James Clark

Chair, Integration Task Force, American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists

James H. Clarke

Professor of the Practice – Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Vanderbilt University

Email: james.h.clarke@vanderbilt.edu

Education

Ph.D. Theoretical Chemistry – The Johns Hopkins University, 1973
B.A. with honors, Chemistry – Rockford College

CRESP Research Interests

Chemical and Radionuclide Risk Assessment

Design of Environmental Sampling and Remediation Investigations

Environmental Fate and Transport of Chemicals and Radionuclides

Innovative Approaches to the Remediation of Contaminated Sites

Sustainable and Resilient Environmental Management

Energy Choices and Environmental Consequences

Brief Biography

Dr. Jim Clarke is Professor of the Practice of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Vanderbilt
University and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Prior to joining the faculty of
Vanderbilt University in the Fall of 2000, he was Chairman, President and CEO of Eckenfelder,
Inc, an environmental engineering and consulting firm focusing on services to the private sector
in the areas of hazardous waste management, contaminated site investigation and remediation
and wastewater treatment.

Jim has expertise and experience in the overall areas of fate and transport of chemicals and radionuclides in the environment, risk assessment for hazardous chemicals and radionuclides, hazardous and radioactive waste management, innovative approaches to the remediation of contaminated sites, environmental forensics and environmental chemistry. His research interests are in the areas of sustainable environmental protection, contaminant containment technology, risk analysis and performance assessment, the
investigation, remediation and long-term management of contaminated sites, and the environmental consequences of energy choices.

CRESP Projects

  • Long-term Performance of Near Surface Contamination Isolation Systems
  • D & D Activities and Decisions

Publications

Burger, J., M. Gochfeld, D.S. Kosson, K.G. Brown, L.S. Bliss, A. Bunn, J.H. Clarke, H.J. Mayer, and J.A. Salisbury. 2019. The costs of delaying remediation on human, ecological, and eco-cultural resources: Considerations for the Department of Energy: A methodological framework. Science of the Total Environment, 649, 1054-1064. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.232

A Systems Approach to Near Surface Disposal Facility Design James H. Clarke and Joseph Rustick, Advances in Environmental Studies, April 2018.

Waste Management ’17, Poster “Risk to Ecological Resources from Delaying Decommissioning and Waste Management: Conceptualization and Examples from the Hanford Site” Joanna Burger (lead author), Michael Gochfeld, David Kosson, James Clarke, Christian Jetner and Taryn Pittfeld.

Invited participation : 100th Meeting and Conference for the National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health Scientific Review Panel, September, 2017, Washington, D. C.

“Evaluating Vulnerability of Critical State Park Infrastructure”, Kendra Abkowitz Brooks and James H. Clarke, Risk Management., 2015.

“Application of a Proposed Generic LLW Waste Package Analysis With Changing Infiltration in a Humid Environment”, Joseph H. Rustick, Steven L. Krahn, David S. Kosson, Michael T. Ryan and James H. Clarke, Remediation, Summer 2016.

“Assessing Impacts to Tennessee Park Infrastructure”, Kendra Abkowitz Brooks and James H. Clarke, Journal of Facilities Management v. 14, no. 1, February 2016

“Background on the Current State of Decommissioning and Introductory Comments” James H. Clarke,  American Nuclear Society (ANS)  Division of Decommissioning and Environmental Science, Co-Chair Panel on the Decommissioning Regulatory Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants, ANS Winter Meeting, November 10, 2015.

“Comparison of LLW Disposal Facilities at Major Department of Energy Sites”, Joseph H. Rustick, David S. Kosson, Steven L. Krahn, Michael T. Ryan, Craig H. Benson,and James H. Clarke, Remediation, Winter 2015.

“A Systematic Approach to the Evaluation of RCRA Disposal Facilities Under Future Climate-Induced Events”, R. Worthy, M. D. Abkowitz and J. H. Clarke, REMEDIATION, Spring 2015

“Complexity of bioindicator selection for ecological, human, and cultural health: Chinook salmon and red knot as case studies “, Joanna Burger, Michael Gochfeld, Lawrence Niles, Charles Powers, Kevin Brown, James H. Clarke, Amanda Dey, David Kosson, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 03/2015; 187(3):4233.

“Environmental Assessment for Sustainability and Resiliency for Ecological and Human Health”, Joanna Burger, Michael Gochfeld, James H. Clarke, Christian Jeitner and Taryn Puttfield, invited paper, Journal of Environmental Studies, v1 no. 1, pp 1-8, 2015.

“Evaluating the Collective Radiation Dose to Workers from the U.S. Once-Through Nuclear Fuel Cycle.” Krahn, S.L., A.G. Croff, B.L. Smith, J.H. Clarke, A.G. Sowder, A.J. Machiels, Journal of Nuclear Technology. 185(2):192-207, 2014.

“Evaluating the Collective Radiation Dose to Workers from the U.S. Once-Through Nuclear Fuel Cycle”, Krahn, Steven, Croff, Allen, Smith, Bethany, Clarke, James, Sowder, Andrew, and Machiels, Albert. Health Physics Society Annual Meeting, 13-17, Baltimore, MD, USA, July 2014.

“A Decision Analysis Tool to Support Planning and Decision-Making for Sustainable, Deployment-Oriented Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) of Advanced Nuclear Energy Technologies”, Krahn, Steven, Ault, Timothy, Gardiner, Andrea, Croff, Allen, Clarke, James, Machiels, Albert, and Sowder, Andrew International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP), Charlotte, NC, USA, April 6-9, 2014.

“Estimating Worker Collective Doses from a Revised Approach to Managing Commercial Used Nuclear Fuel”, Smith, B.L., S. L. Krahn, J.H. Clarke, A.G. Croff, K.G. Brown, A. Machiels, A. G. Sowder, ANS Winter Meeting. (ANS). Anaheim, CA, Transactions of the ANS, 2014.

“The Environmental, Health and Safety Risks of the Transition from the Present U.S. Once-Through to a Modified Open Nuclear Fuel Cycle”.  Smith, B.L, S. L. Krahn, J. H. Clarke, K. G. Brown, A. Machiels, A. G. Sowder ICAPP, Charlotte, NC (ANS)., 2014.

“Developing Operational Safety Performance Measures For Nuclear Chemical Facilities”, L. Fyffe, J. Hutton, J. Clarke and S. Krahn,  Trans. of the American Nuclear Society, 14th International High Level Radioactive Waste Conference, pgs. 311-315, 2013.

“Determining Environmental Impacts for Sensitive Species Using Iconic Species as Bioindicators for Management and Policy”, J. Burger, M. Gochfeld, C. W. Powers, J. H. Clarke, K. Brown, D. Kosson, L. Niles. A. Dey, C Jeitner and T. Pittfield, J. Environ. Prot. 4, 87-95, 2013.

“Types and Integration of Environmental Assessment and Monitoring Plans”, J. Burger, M. Gochfeld, C. W. Powers,

  1. H. Clarke, and D. Kosson Intern J. Environ. Sci. Engineer. Res. 4, 31-51, 2013.

“An Ecological Multidisciplinary Approach to Protecting Society, Human Health and the Environment”, Burger, M. Gochfeld, J. H. Clarke, C. W. Powers and D. Kosson, Remediation 23, 123-148,  2013.

“Risk to Ecological Resources from Delaying Decommissioning and Waste Management; Case Examples from the.Hanford Site”, J. Burger, M. Gochfeld, M. Bunn, D. Kosson, J. H. Clarke, C. Jeitner and T. Pittfield, Waste Management Conference 17, Phoenix, AZ, 2013.

“Habitat Protection for Sensitive Species: Balancing Species Requirements and Human Constraints Using Bioindicators as Examples”, J. Burger, M. Gochfeld, C. W. Powers, L. Niles, R. Zappalorti, J. Feinburg, and J. H. Clarke, Natural Science, 5, No. 5A, pp 50-62, 2013.

“Near Surface Disposal Performance Assessment: Modeling Monthly Precipation and Temperature in Various Climate Environments”, Roneisha W. Worthy, James H. Clarke and Mark Abkowitz, Remediation Fall 2013.

“Simulating the Impact of Cover Degradation on RCRA Landfill Performance”, Roneisha W. Worthy, James H. Clarke and Mark Abkowitz, Remediation Fall 2013.

“Environmental, Health and Safety Aspects of Uranium Mining and Recovery.”, Smith, B.L., S. L. Krahn, J.H. Clarke, A.G. Croff, K.G. Brown, A. Machiels, A. G. Sowder ANS Winter Meeting Panel Session, Uranium Recovery and Reclamation, 2013.

“Modeling the Environmental Health and Safety Risks of the Present U.S. Nuclear Fuel Cycle”,  Smith, B.L., K. G. Brown, S. L. Krahn, J. H. Clarke, A. Machiels, A. G. Sowder, International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management.. Albuquerque, NM (ANS), 2012.

“U.S. Chemical Safety Board Reports and Relevant Guidance for Nuclear Chemical Facilities”, L. Morgan, J. Hutton, J. Clarke and S. Krahn, , Trans. of the American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting, Vol. 107, pg. 307, 2012.

“Assessment of Radiological and Chemical Risks of the Once-Through U-235 Fuel Cycle”, invited. Smith, B.L., J. Clarke, S. Krahn, A. Machiels, A. Sowder ANS Winter Meeting. (ANS). San Diego, CA, Transactions of the ANS. Vol. 107: pp. 129-132, 2012.

“A Comprehensive Radiological and Chemical Risk Assessment of the Open Nuclear Fuel Cycle (Development of a Conceptual Model)”. Smith, B.L., S. L. Krahn, J.H. Clarke, A. Machiels, A. G. Sowder ANS Annual Meeting. ANS. Chicago, IL. Vol. 106: pp. 147-148, 2012.

“Information Needs for Siting New and Evaluating Current, Nuclear Facilities: Ecology, Fate and Transport, and Human Health”, Joanna Burger, James H. Clarke and Michael Gochfeld,  Environ Monit Assess. 172(1-4):121-34., 2011.

“A Revolutionary Masters Degree Curriculum in Nuclear Environmental Engineering”, Steven L. Krahn, David S. Kosson, James H. Clarke, presented at the 2011 Winter meeting of the American Nuclear Society, Washington D.C., November, 2011.

“A Systems Approach to Teaching Radioactive Waste Management”,  Steven L. Krahn, David S. Kosson, James H. Clarke, presented at the 2011 Winter meeting of the American Nuclear Society, Washington D.C., November, 2011.

“Development of a Risk Informed Approach to D&D Priority Setting for Department of Energy Surplus Facilities” James H. Clarke, Charles W. Powers, Henry Mayer, and David S. Kosson, presented at the 2011 Winter meeting of the American Nuclear Society, Washington D.C., November, 2011.

“Impact of Anthropogenic Climate Change on Near Surface Disposal Facilities”, Roneisha S. Worthy, Mark Abkowitz, Craig S. Benson, and James H. Clarke, presented at the 2011 Winter meeting of the American Nuclear Society, Washington D.C., November, 2011.

“Analysis of Modeling Capabilities to Predict Disposal Facility Cover Design and Performance at DOE Sites”, Roneisha S. Worthy, Mark Abkowitz, James H. Clarke and Craig S. Benson, presented at Waste Management 2011, Phoenix 2011, February 2011.

Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities and Stakeholder Concerns, James H. Clarke, Joanna Burger, Charles W. Powers and David S. Kosson, Science and Stakeholders,  Springer, 2011

“Assessing the Importance of Ecological Processes through Biomonitoring and Ecological Forecasting at Nuclear Materials and Waste Sites”, Brooke Traynham, Joanna Burger and James H. Clarke, Radiological Assessment,  Springer, 2010.

“Building Confidence in Performance Assessments”, Joseph H. Rustick, James H. Clarke and Martin LeTourtneau, presented at Waste Management 2011, Phoenix,AZ, February 2011

“Development of a Risk-Informed Approach to Setting D&D Priorities”, James H. Clarke, Charles W. Powers and David S. Kosson, American Nuclear Society Topical Meeting and Technology Focus on DD&R, invited presentation, Idaho Falls, ID, August 2010.

“Estimating the Frequencies of Drop Events During the Preclosure Emplacement Period at Yucca Mountain, NV”, Leah Spradley, Mark Abkowitz and James H. Clarke, Nuclear Technology v170, pp 322-335, May 2010.

“Estimating Surface Facility Throughput During the Pre-Closure Emplacement Period at Yucca Mountain, NV”, Leah Spradley, Mark Abkowitz and James H. Clarke,  v. 169, pp 180-194, February 2010.

“Tool for Assessment of Process Importance at the Ground Water/ Surface Water Interface’, Ravi. C. Palakodeti,E ugene J. LeBoeuf and James H. Clarke, Journal of Environmental Management, 2009.

“Monitoring the Long-Term Performance of Engineered Containment Systems: Role of Ecological Processes”,  Brooke Trayhnam, James H. Clarke, Joanna Burger and Jody Waugh, Waste Management 09.

“Evaluation of Transportation and Acceptance Strategies Associated with the Potential Yucca Mountain Waste Management System”, Leah L. Spradley, Mark Abkowitz and James H. Clarke, Nuclear Technology v. 165, pp 209-221 Feb 2009.

‘Life-Cycle Risk Analysis for U.S. DOE Wastes in Shallow Land Burial’,  Kevin G. Brown, David S. Kosson, Charles W. Powers, James H. Clarke, and Frank L. Parker, Waste Management 09.

“Improving Consistency of Performance Assessments in the U.S. DOE Complex”,  Martin J. LeTourneau, Steven Khran, David S. Kosson, Charles W. Powers, James H. Clarke, Roger R. Seitz and Elmer L. Wilhite,  Waste Management 09.

“Evaluating the Potential Impact of Using the Transport, Aging and Disposal (TAD) Canister on Yucca Mountain Pre-Closure Operations, Leah Spradley, Mark Abkowitz and James H. Clarke, accepted for publication in RadWaste (Best Paper Award – Waste Management 08 Conference)

“Monitoring the Long Term Performance of Engineered Containment Systems: What Can We Learn from Ecological Monitoring Approaches?”, Brooke Traynham and James H. Clarke,  Waste Management 08, Phoenix, AZ  (February, 2008).

“Evaluating the Potential Impact of  Using  the Transport, Aging and Disposal (TAD) Canister on Yucca Mountain Pre-Closure Operations”, Leah L. Spradley, James H. Clarke and Mark Abkowitz, Waste Management 08, Phoenix, AZ  (February, 2008).

“Managing Residual Contaminants – Reuse and Isolation Case Studies”,  Kevin M. Kostelnik and James H. Clarke, Remediation, Spring 2008.

“Modeling Approaches for the Groundwater/Surface Water Interface: Critique, Challenges, and Needs for the Future”, R. C. Palakodeti, E. J. LeBoeuf,  J. H. Clarke, C. R. Bartlett and N. R. Grosso, submitting editor requested  revisions to the Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.

“A Screening Tool for Determination of Process Importance Across the Ground Water/Surface Water Interface”, R. C. Palakodeti, James H. Clarke and E. J. LeBouef, Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, October 2007.

“A Comparison of Carbon Calculators”, Joseph P. Padgett, Anne C. Steinemann, James H. Clarke, Michael P. Vandenbergh,  Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 28, pp 106-115, 2008.

“Thoughts on Education and the Nuclear Renaissance: What Have We learned that Could be Important This Time?”” participation as invited panel member for and presentation in  Session on  “Preserving Worldwide Nuclear Competency – Where Education Institutional Knowledge and Industry Meet”, Waste Management 07, Tucson AZ, February 2007

“State vs. Acme Manufacturing” invited participation as an expert in a  Mock Daubert Hearing, annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, San Antonio, TX, February 2007.

“Should Environmental Forensics Just Be About Liability For the Past, or Can It Help Us Avoid Liability in the Future?”, J. H. Clarke and K. M. Kostelnik, invited presentation, annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, San Antonio, TX, February 2007.

“The U. S. Experience with Uranium Recovery and Remediation of Uranium Mill Tailings Sites” James H. Clarke and Frank L. Parker, presented in a workshop on Cleaning Up Sites Contaminated by Radioactive Materials, sponsored by the US Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia (June 2007).

“The U.S. Experience of Remediation of Uranium Mill Tailings Sites and Comparison with the Russian Experience”, Frank L. Parker and James H. Clarke, presented in a workshop on Cleaning Up Sites Contaminated by Radioactive Materials, sponsored by the US Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia (June 2007).

“A Mock Daubert Hearing based on New Mexico vs. General Electric”, played the role of the expert whose testimony is beng challenged, invited presentation National Ground Water Association Ground Water and Environmental Law Conference, Chicago, IL, July, 2006.

“Engineered Containment Systems for Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes – Do Current Approached Present Opportunities for Future Environmental Forensics? The Need for Sustainable Long-Term Protection”, invited presentation National Ground Water Association Ground Water and Environmental Law Conference, Chicago, IL, July, 2006.

“Preparing to Fuel Our Economy Before the Well Runs Dry” invited presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Southeast Association of Airport Executives, Nashville, TN, May 2006

“A Sustainable Environmental Protection System for the Management of Residual Contaminants”, K. M. Kostelnik, J. H. Clarke, J. L. Harbour, F. Sanchez, and F.L. Parker, Long-Term Management of Contaminated Sites, invited contribution to a special issue of Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, v. 13, pp 117-137 (2007)

“A Risk Assessment Methodology for Intentional Chemical and Biological Contamination of Distribution Systems”, L. Spradley, M. Abkowitz and J. H. Clarke, Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, v. 3, issue 3 (2006)

“The Integration of Engineered and Institutional Controls: A Case Study Approach with Lessons Learned from Previously Closed Sites”, K. M. Kostelnik, J. H. Clarke and J. L. Harbour, Proceedings of the 05 Waste Management Conference, Tucson, AZ, February, 2005

“A Sustainable System for Residual Hazards Management”, K. M. Kostelnik, J. H. Clarke and J. L. Harbour, Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Prevention, Assessment, Rehabitation and Development of Brownfields Sites, Siena, Italy, June 2004.

Performance and Verification of Barriers Through Prediction and Monitoring, C. Chien, A.Gatchett and G. Chamberlain (eds), contributor to Chapter One – Damage and System Performance Prediction, CRC Press, 2005.

“A Review of the Literature on Institutional Controls with a Focus on the Management of Residual Hazards”, K. M. Kostelnik, J. H. Clarke and J. L. Harbour, submitted to Research in Social Problems and Public Policy.

“Containment of Legacy Wastes during Stewardship” J.H. Clarke, L. G. Everett and S. Kowall, International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies 30th Session, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 2004.

“Engineered Containment Systems for  Radioactive and Hazardous Waste: Do Current Approaches Present Opportunities for Future Environmental Forensics?” J. H. Clarke, K. M. Kostelnik, A. N. Clarke and L. G. Everett, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Dallas, TX, February 2004

“Engineered Containment and Control Systems: Nurturing Nature”, J. H. Clarke, M. M. MacDonell, E. D. Smith, R. J. Dunn and W. J. Waugh,  Risk Analysis 24 (3), pp 771-779, June 2004.

“The Integration of Engineered and Institutional Controls” J. H. Clarke and K.M. Kostelnik, , invited presentation, CRESP workshop on The Real Obstacle to Site Completion: Credible Post-Remediation Sustainable Protection at  Contaminated Sites with Residual Waste, Washington D.C. January, 2006.

“Energy – Challenges for Environmental Scientists and Engineers”, David S. Kosson and James H. Clarke, National Cross-Disciplinary Workshop in Engineering and Geoscience: Process-Driven Risk Assessment and Sustainable Mitigation Strategies, Nashville, TN, September 2005.

“Decommissioning: 2005 and Beyond”, J. H. Clarke, presented to the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, May, 2005.

“The Integration of Engineered and Institutional Controls: A Case Study Approach With Lessons Learned From Previously Closed Sites”,  K. M. Kostelmik, J. H. Clarke and J. L. Harbour, Waste Management 05, Tucson, AZ, March, 2005.

“Risk  in Technically Severe Environments: Contaminant Isolation Facilities”, J. H. Clarke, K. M. Kostelnik, J. L. Harbour, F. Sanchez, F. L. Parker and D. S. Kosson, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Palm Springs, CA, December, 2004.

“The USEPA Regulations Governing Contaminated Site Investigation and Remediation “, presented to the Division of Waste Management and Environmental Protection, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in a Workshop on Contaminated Site Decommissioning and Remediation, September, 2004 (invited presentation).

“The USEPA Approach to Risk Assessment”, presented to the Division of Waste Management and Environmental Protection, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in a Workshop on Contaminated Site Decommissioning and Remediation, September, 2004 (invited presentation).

“The Integration of Engineered and Institutional Controls: Lessons Learned from Previously Closed Sites”, K. Kostelnik and J. H. Clarke, presented to the Workshop on Research and Needs for Durable Institutional Controls at Sites with Residual Contamination, Vanderbilt University, July 8, 2004 (invited presentation).

Professional Activities and Participation

NAS NRC Committee on Buried and Tank Waste

Member of an independent review panel for remediation activities at the former West Valley spent fuel reprocessing site in New York

Member of an independent peer review panel concerning potential safety issues associated with the use of sonic drilling to characterize buried wastes in the Subsurface Disposal Area at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.

Member of an independent peer review panel concerning the interim risk assessment performed for the Subsurface Disposal Area at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.

Chair of a working group on Contamination Containment and Control for the development of the Science and Technology Roadmap for Long Term Stewardship prepared by the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory for the Department of Energy

Comments on 2015 Proposed NRC Low Level Waste Rule 80FR16082, July 24, 2015, with David Kosson (VU), Craig Benson (U. Wisc), Kathy Higley (Oregon State U.), Charles W. Powers  (VU), and Richard B. Stewart (NYU Law School) on behalf of the Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) of which VU is the lead Institution.

Comments on NRC Proposed Low Level Waste Disposal Preliminary Rule Language, January 7, 2013, with David Kosson (VU), Craig Benson (U. Wisc), Charles W. Powers  (VU), and Richard B. Stewart (NYU Law School) on behalf of the Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) of which VU is the lead Institution

Chair, Integration Task Force, American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists

Consultant to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Committee on Reactor Safeguards and the Division of Waste Management and Environmental Protection

Member of the former Nuclear Regulatory Commission Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste and Materials

Selected Honors and Awards

American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES), Trustee 2018-present

American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES), Board Certified Environmental Scientist (BCES) 2012 – present

AAEES, Chair, BCES Integration Task Force 1017-present

Phi Beta Kappa

Member, Board of Trustees, Rockford College (Now Rockford University), Rockford, Illinois,

Fellow, American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Member, Executive Board, American Nuclear Society, Division of  Environmental Science, 2005 to 2008

Member, Executive Board, American Nuclear Society, Division of Decommissioning and Environmental Science

Consultant to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste. 2000-2004

Member, Nuclear Regulatory Commission Advisory Committee on Nuclear Waste and Materials  2005 -2008

Consultant to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards, 2008 to 2017

Distinguished Service Award, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 2008

Waste Management 08, Best Paper Award

Additional Information:

Detailed profile – Vanderbilt University

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