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Bellona, C., Heil, D., Yu, C., Fu, P., and Drewes, J. E. (2012). The pros and cons of using nanofiltration in lieu of reverse osmosis for indirect potable reuse applications. Separation and Purification Technology 85. 69-76.
Hyland, K.C., Dickenson, E., Drewes, J.E., and C.P. Higgins (2012) Sorption of Ionized and Neutral Emerging Trace Organic Compounds onto Activated Sludge from Different Wastewater Treatment Configurations. Water Research 46: 1958-1968.
Xu, P., Cath, T., Wang, G., Drewes, J.E. and Ruetten, J. (2010). Consider the Pros and Cons of Desalination. In Sustainability of Water Resources and Supplies. Editor Frederick Bloetscher. Publisher American Water Works Association (AWWA).
Bellona, C. and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Comparing the Phenomenological and Hydrodynamic Modeling Approaches for Describing the Rejection of Emerging Nonionic Organic Contaminants by a Nanofiltration Membrane. ACS Symposium Series, vol. 1048. Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products and Organohalogens. Chapter 20, pp 397–420. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2010-1048.ch020, Washington, D.C.
Xu, P., Drewes, J.E., Wang, L.J. & Heil, D. (2007). Beneficial use of co-produced water through membrane treatment: Technical-economic assessment. Desalination .
Cath, T.Y., Childress, A.E., Elimelech, M. (2006). Forward osmosis: Principles, applications, and recent developments. Journal of Membrane Science , 281 (1-2) 70-87.
Cartinella, J.L., Cath, T.Y., Flynn, M.T., Miller, G.C., Hunter, K.W., Childress, A.E. (2006). Removal of natural steroid hormones from wastewater using membrane contactor processes. Environmental Science and Technology , 40 (23), 7381-7386.
Sethi, S., Walker, S, Drewes, J.E., & Xu, P. (2006). Existing and emerging concentrate minimization and disposal practices for membrane systems. Florida Water Resources Journal , June, 38-48.
Drewes, J.E., Hoppe, C., & Jennings, T. (2006). Fate and transport of N-nitrosamines under conditions simulating full-scale groundwater recharge operations. Water Environment Research 78, 13, 2466-2473.
Amy, G. and Drewes, J.E. (2006). Soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) as a natural and sustainable wastewater reclamation/reuse technology: Fate of wastewater effluent organic matter (EfOM) and trace organic compounds. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (in press).
Xu, P. and Drewes, J.E. (2006). Viability of nanofiltration and ultra-low pressure reverse osmosis membranes for multi-beneficial use of methane produced water. Sep. Pur. Techn. 52, 67-76.
Xu, P., Drewes, J.E., Kim, T. Bellona, C. & Amy, G. (2006). Effect of membrane fouling on transport of emerging organic contaminants in NF/RO membrane applications. J. Membrane Science 279, 165-175.
Drewes, J.E., Quanrud, D., Amy, G. & Westerhoff, P. (2006). Character of Organic Matter in Soil-Aquifer Treatment Systems. J. Environmental Engineering 11, 1447-1458.
Rauch-Williams, T. & Drewes, J.E. (2006). Using soil biomass as an indicator for the biological removal of effluent-derived organic carbon during soil infiltration. Water Research 40, 961-968.
Amy, G., Kim, T.U., Yoon, J. Bellona, C., Drewes, J.E., Pellegrino, J. & Heberer, T. (2005). Removal of micropollutants by NF/RO membranes. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply , 5 (5), 25-33.
Cath, T.Y., Gormly, S., Beaudry, E.G., Flynn, M.T., Adams, V.D., Childress, A.E. (2005). Membrane contactor processes for wastewater reclamation in space. I. Direct osmotic concentration as pretreatment for reverse osmosis. Journal of Membrane Science, 257 85-98.
Cath, T.Y., Childress, A.E. (2005). Membrane contactor processes for wastewater reclamation in space. II. Combined direct osmosis, osmotic distillation, and membrane distillation for treatment of metabolic wastewater. Journal of Membrane Science, 257, 111-119.
Drewes, J.E., Bellona, C., Oedekoven, M., Xu, P., Kim, T.-U., & Amy, G. (2005). Rejection of wastewater-derived micropollutants in high-pressure membrane applications leading to indirect potable reuse. Environmental Progress 24, 4, 400-409.
Kim, T.-U., Amy, G. & Drewes, J.E. (2005). Rejection of trace organic compounds by high-pressure membranes. Water Science & Technology 51, 6-7, 335-344.
Rauch, T. & Drewes, J.E. (2005). A novel approach for quantifying biological bulk organic carbon removal in groundwater recharge systems. Journal of Environmental Engineering , 131, 6, 909-923.
Drewes, J.E., Hemming, J., Ladenburger, S., Schauer, J. & Sonzogni, W. (2005). An assessment of endocrine disrupting activity changes in water reclamation systems through the use of bioassays and chemical measurements. Water Environment Research 77, 1, 12-23.
Xu, P., Drewes, J.E., Bellona, C., Amy, G., Kim, T., Adam, M. & Heberer, T. (2005). Rejection of emerging organic micropollutants in nanofiltration/reverse osmosis membrane applications. Water Environment Research , 77, 1, 40-48.
Drewes, J.E., C. Bellona, M. Oedekoven, P. Xu, T.U. Kim, G. Amy (2005). Rejection of wastewater-derived micropollutants in high pressure membrane applications leading to indirect potable reuse. Env. Prog., 24(4):400-409.
Bellona, C. & Drewes, J.E. (2005). The role of physico-chemical properties of membranes and solutes for rejection of organic acids by nanofiltration membranes. Journal of Membrane Science , 249, 1-2, 227-234.
Rauch, T. & Drewes, J.E. (2004). Assessing the removal potential of soil-aquifer treatment systems for bulk organic matter. Water Science & Technology 50, 2, 245-253.
Mansell, J., Drewes, J.E., & Rauch, T., (2004). Removal mechanisms of endocrine disrupting compounds (steroids) during soil-aquifer treatment. Water Science & Technology 50, 2, 229-237.
Bellona, C., Drewes, J.E., Xu, P. & Amy, G. (2004). Factors affecting the rejection of organic solutes during NF/RO treatment - A literature review. Water Research 38, 2795-2809.
Cath, T.Y., Adams, V.D., Childress, A.E. (2004). Experimental study of desalination using direct contact membrane Distillation: A New Approach to Flux Enhancement. Journal of Membrane Science , 228 (1) 5-16.
Mansell, J. and Drewes, J.E. (2004). Fate of steroidal hormones during soil-aquifer treatment (SAT). J. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation . 24, 2, 94-101.