Kirk Hatfield
Kirk Hatfield
Professor of Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida
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Field‐scale evaluation of in situ cosolvent flushing for enhanced aquifer remediation
PSC Rao, MD Annable, RK Sillan, D Dai, K Hatfield, WD Graham, ...
Water resources research 33 (12), 2673-2686, 1997
Partitioning tracers for measuring residual NAPL: Field-scale test results
MD Annable, PSC Rao, K Hatfield, WD Graham, AL Wood, CG Enfield
Journal of Environmental Engineering 124 (6), 498-503, 1998
A direct passive method for measuring water and contaminant fluxes in porous media
K Hatfield, M Annable, J Cho, PSC Rao, H Klammler
Journal of contaminant hydrology 75 (3-4), 155-181, 2004
Field-scale evaluation of the passive flux meter for simultaneous measurement of groundwater and contaminant fluxes
MD Annable, K Hatfield, J Cho, H Klammler, BL Parker, JA Cherry, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (18), 7194-7201, 2005
Use of humic substances to remediate polluted environments: from theory to practice
IV Perminova, K Hatfield, N Hertkorn
Springer, 2005
Tiered approach to resilience assessment
I Linkov, C Fox‐Lent, L Read, CR Allen, JC Arnott, E Bellini, J Coaffee, ...
Risk Analysis 38 (9), 1772-1780, 2018
Remediation chemistry of humic substances: theory and implications for technology
IV Perminova, K Hatfield
Use of Humic Substances to Remediate Polluted Environments: From Theory to …, 2005
Flux-based assessment at a manufacturing site contaminated with trichloroethylene
NB Basu, PSC Rao, IC Poyer, MD Annable, K Hatfield
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 86 (1-2), 105-127, 2006
Design of quinonoid-enriched humic materials with enhanced redox properties
IV Perminova, AN Kovalenko, P Schmitt-Kopplin, K Hatfield, N Hertkorn, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 39 (21), 8518-8524, 2005
Features of resilience
EB Connelly, CR Allen, K Hatfield, JM Palma-Oliveira, DD Woods, ...
Environment systems and decisions 37, 46-50, 2017
Infrastructure resilience assessment, management and governance–state and perspectives
HR Heinimann, K Hatfield
Resilience and Risk: Methods and Application in Environment, Cyber and …, 2017
Comparison of univariate and transfer function models of groundwater fluctuations
CD Tankersley, WD Graham, K Hatfield
Water Resources Research 29 (10), 3517-3533, 1993
Controlled release, blind test of DNAPL remediation by ethanol flushing
MC Brooks, MD Annable, PSC Rao, K Hatfield, JW Jawitz, WR Wise, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 69 (3-4), 281-297, 2004
Controlled release, blind tests of DNAPL characterization using partitioning tracers
MC Brooks, MD Annable, PSC Rao, K Hatfield, JW Jawitz, WR Wise, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 59 (3-4), 187-210, 2002
Optimal estimation of residual non–aqueous phase liquid saturations using partitioning tracer concentration data
AI James, WD Graham, K Hatfield, PSC Rao, MD Annable
Water Resources Research 33 (12), 2621-2636, 1997
Silanized humic substances act as hydrophobic modifiers of soil separates inducing formation of water-stable aggregates in soils
AB Volikov, VA Kholodov, NA Kulikova, OI Philippova, SA Ponomarenko, ...
Catena 137, 229-236, 2016
Analogs of 2′-deoxyadenosine: Facile enzymatic preparation and growth inhibitory effects on human cell lines
MC Huang, K Hatfield, AW Roetker, JA Montgomery, RL Blakley
Biochemical Pharmacology 30 (19), 2663-2671, 1981
Changes in contaminant mass discharge from DNAPL source mass depletion: Evaluation at two field sites
MC Brooks, AL Wood, MD Annable, K Hatfield, J Cho, C Holbert, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 102 (1-2), 140-153, 2008
Temporal evolution of DNAPL source and contaminant flux distribution: Impacts of source mass depletion
NB Basu, PSC Rao, RW Falta, MD Annable, JW Jawitz, K Hatfield
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 95 (3-4), 93-109, 2008
Kinetics of tetrachloroethylene‐reductive dechlorination catalyzed by vitamin B12
DR Burris, CA Delcomyn, B Deng, LE Buck, K Hatfield
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 17 (9 …, 1998
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