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Peter R. Jaffé
Peter R. Jaffé
William L. Knapp '47 Professor of Civil Engineering, Princeton University
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Hyperresolution global land surface modeling: Meeting a grand challenge for monitoring Earth's terrestrial water
EF Wood, JK Roundy, TJ Troy, LPH Van Beek, MFP Bierkens, E Blyth, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (5), 2011
8142011
An experimental study of complete dissolution of a nonaqueous phase liquid in saturated porous media
PT Imhoff, PR Jaffé, GF Pinder
Water Resources Research 30 (2), 307-320, 1994
4921994
Biofilm Growth and the Related Changes in Physical Properties of a Porous Media. 1.- Experimental Investigation
PRJ Taylor, S.W.
Water Resources Research 26 (9), 2153-2159, 1990
4571990
Effect of ten quaternary ammonium cations on tetrachloromethane sorption to clay from water
JA Smith, PR Jaffe, CT Chiou
Environmental Science & Technology 24 (8), 1167-1172, 1990
4421990
Ammonium oxidation coupled to dissimilatory reduction of iron under anaerobic conditions in wetland soils
JC Clément, J Shrestha, JG Ehrenfeld, PR Jaffé
Soil biology and biochemistry 37 (12), 2323-2328, 2005
3582005
Defluorination of Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) by Acidimicrobium sp. Strain A6
S Huang, PR Jaffé
Environmental science & technology 53 (19), 11410-11419, 2019
3422019
Biofilm Growth and the Related Changes in Physical Properties of a Porous Media. 2.- Permeability
PRJ Taylor, S.W., P.C.D. Milly
Water Resources Research 26 (9), 2161-2169, 1990
3261990
Biodegradation kinetics of phenanthrene partitioned into the micellar phase of nonionic surfactants
S Guha, PR Jaffé
Environmental Science & Technology 30 (2), 605-611, 1996
3151996
Substrate and Biomass Transport in a Porous Medium
PRJ Taylor, S.W.
Water Resources Research 26 (9), 2181-2194, 1990
2541990
Bioavailability of hydrophobic compounds partitioned into the micellar phase of nonionic surfactants
S Guha, PR Jaffé
Environmental science & technology 30 (4), 1382-1391, 1996
2511996
Dissolution of a mineral phase in potable aquifers due to CO2 releases from deep formations; effect of dissolution kinetics
S Wang, PR Jaffe
Energy conversion and management 45 (18-19), 2833-2848, 2004
2352004
Global uncertainty assessments by high dimensional model representations (HDMR)
G Li, SW Wang, H Rabitz, S Wang, P Jaffé
Chemical Engineering Science 57 (21), 4445-4460, 2002
2192002
Uranium reoxidation in previously bioreduced sediment by dissolved oxygen and nitrate
HS Moon, J Komlos, PR Jaffé
Environmental Science & Technology 41 (13), 4587-4592, 2007
1992007
Uranium removal from groundwater via in situ biostimulation: Field-scale modeling of transport and biological processes
SB Yabusaki, Y Fang, PE Long, CT Resch, AD Peacock, J Komlos, ...
Journal of contaminant hydrology 93 (1-4), 216-235, 2007
1952007
Solubilization of PAH mixtures by a nonionic surfactant
S Guha, PR Jaffé, CA Peters
Environmental Science & Technology 32 (7), 930-935, 1998
1941998
Benzene transport through landfill liners containing organophilic bentonite
JA Smith, PR Jaffe
Journal of Environmental Engineering 120 (6), 1559-1577, 1994
1851994
Watershed-scale impacts of stormwater green infrastructure on hydrology, nutrient fluxes, and combined sewer overflows in the mid-Atlantic region
MJ Pennino, RI McDonald, PR Jaffe
Science of the Total Environment 565, 1044-1053, 2016
1772016
Biofilm growth and the related changes in the physical properties of a porous medium: 3. Dispersivity and model verification
SW Taylor, PR Jaffé
Water Resources Research 26 (9), 2171-2180, 1990
1771990
Multisubstrate biodegradation kinetics of naphthalene, phenanthrene, and pyrene mixtures
S Guha, CA Peters, PR Jaffé
Biotechnology and bioengineering 65 (5), 491-499, 1999
1671999
Characterization of incubation experiments and development of an enrichment culture capable of ammonium oxidation under iron-reducing conditions
S Huang, PR Jaffé
Biogeosciences 12 (3), 769-779, 2015
1472015
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