Joseph N. Ryan
Joseph N. Ryan
Professor | Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering | University of Colorado Boulder
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Colloid mobilization and transport in groundwater
JN Ryan, M Elimelech
Colloids and surfaces A: Physicochemical and engineering aspects 107, 1-56, 1996
Influence of dissolved organic matter on the environmental fate of metals, nanoparticles, and colloids
GR Aiken, H Hsu-Kim, JN Ryan
Environmental science & technology 45 (8), 3196-3201, 2011
Binding of mercury (II) to dissolved organic matter: the role of the mercury-to-DOM concentration ratio
M Haitzer, GR Aiken, JN Ryan
Environmental science & technology 36 (16), 3564-3570, 2002
Peer reviewed: the promise of bank filtration
N Tufenkji, JN Ryan, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 36 (21), 422A-428A, 2002
Relative insignificance of mineral grain zeta potential to colloid transport in geochemically heterogeneous porous media
M Elimelech, M Nagai, CH Ko, JN Ryan
Environmental science & technology 34 (11), 2143-2148, 2000
Transport of Cryptosporidium oocysts in porous media: Role of straining and physicochemical filtration
N Tufenkji, GF Miller, JN Ryan, RW Harvey, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 38 (22), 5932-5938, 2004
Enhanced dissolution of cinnabar (mercuric sulfide) by dissolved organic matter isolated from the Florida Everglades
M Ravichandran, GR Aiken, MM Reddy, JN Ryan
Environmental Science & Technology 32 (21), 3305-3311, 1998
Effects of ionic strength and flow rate on colloid release: Relating kinetics to intersurface potential energy
JN Ryan, PM Gschwend
Journal of colloid and interface science 164 (1), 21-34, 1994
Binding of mercury (II) to aquatic humic substances: Influence of pH and source of humic substances
M Haitzer, GR Aiken, JN Ryan
Environmental science & technology 37 (11), 2436-2441, 2003
Bacteriophage PRD1 and silica colloid transport and recovery in an iron oxide-coated sand aquifer
JN Ryan, M Elimelech, RA Ard, RW Harvey, PR Johnson
Environmental science & technology 33 (1), 63-73, 1999
Colloid movement in unsaturated porous media: Recent advances and future directions
NM DeNovio, JE Saiers, JN Ryan
Vadose Zone Journal 3 (2), 338-351, 2004
Effects of iron on optical properties of dissolved organic matter
BA Poulin, JN Ryan, GR Aiken
Environmental science & technology 48 (17), 10098-10106, 2014
The reversibility of virus attachment to mineral surfaces
JP Loveland, JN Ryan, GL Amy, RW Harvey
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 107, 205-221, 1996
Transport and recovery of bacteriophage PRD1 in a sand and gravel aquifer: Effect of sewage-derived organic matter
AP Pieper, JN Ryan, RW Harvey, GL Amy, TH Illangasekare, DW Metge
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (4), 1163-1170, 1997
Inhibition of precipitation and aggregation of metacinnabar (mercuric sulfide) by dissolved organic matter isolated from the Florida Everglades
M Ravichandran, GR Aiken, JN Ryan, MM Reddy
Environmental science & technology 33 (9), 1418-1423, 1999
Colloid mobilization in two Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifers: Field studies
JN Ryan, PM Gschwend
Water Resources Research 26 (2), 307-322, 1990
Mercury (II) sorption to two Florida Everglades peats: Evidence for strong and weak binding and competition by dissolved organic matter released from the peat
RT Drexel, M Haitzer, JN Ryan, GR Aiken, KL Nagy
Environmental science & technology 36 (19), 4058-4064, 2002
Effect of solution chemistry on clay colloid release from an iron oxide-coated aquifer sand
JN Ryan, PM Gschwend
Environmental science & technology 28 (9), 1717-1726, 1994
Dissolution of cinnabar (HgS) in the presence of natural organic matter
JS Waples, KL Nagy, GR Aiken, JN Ryan
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (6), 1575-1588, 2005
Field and laboratory investigations of inactivation of viruses (PRD1 and MS2) attached to iron oxide-coated quartz sand
JN Ryan, RW Harvey, D Metge, M Elimelech, T Navigato, AP Pieper
Environmental science & technology 36 (11), 2403-2413, 2002
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