Jaakko Puhakka
Jaakko Puhakka
Professor of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology, Tampere University
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Sulfate reduction based bioprocesses for the treatment of acid mine drainage and the recovery of metals
AH Kaksonen, JA Puhakka
Engineering in Life Sciences 7 (6), 541-564, 2007
Effect of hydrogen on reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes
BS Ballapragada, HD Stensel, JA Puhakka, JF Ferguson
Environmental science & technology 31 (6), 1728-1734, 1997
Software for quantification of labeled bacteria from digital microscope images by automated image analysis
J Selinummi, J Seppälä, O Yli-Harja, JA Puhakka
Biotechniques 39 (6), 859-863, 2005
Optimization of metal sulphide precipitation in fluidized-bed treatment of acidic wastewater
AH Kaksonen, ML Riekkola-Vanhanen, JA Puhakka
Water Research 37 (2), 255-266, 2003
Phytoremediation of subarctic soil contaminated with diesel fuel
MRT Palmroth, J Pichtel, JA Puhakka
Bioresource Technology 84 (3), 221-228, 2002
Anaerobic treatment in pulp-and paper-mill waste management: a review
JA Rintala, JA Puhakka
Bioresource technology 47 (1), 1-18, 1994
Effects of hydraulic retention time and sulfide toxicity on ethanol and acetate oxidation in sulfate‐reducing metal‐precipitating fluidized‐bed reactor
AH Kaksonen, PD Franzmann, JA Puhakka
Biotechnology and bioengineering 86 (3), 332-343, 2004
On-site biological remediation of contaminated groundwater: a review
JH Langwaldt, JA Puhakka
Environmental pollution 107 (2), 187-197, 2000
Biogenic hydrogen and methane production from Chlorella vulgaris and Dunaliella tertiolecta biomass
AM Lakaniemi, CJ Hulatt, DN Thomas, OH Tuovinen, JA Puhakka
Biotechnology for biofuels 4 (1), 1-12, 2011
Simple organic electron donors support diverse sulfate-reducing communities in fluidized-bed reactors treating acidic metal-and sulfate-containing wastewater
AH Kaksonen, JJ Plumb, PD Franzmann, JA Puhakka
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 47 (3), 279-289, 2004
The relationship between instability of H2 production and compositions of bacterial communities within a dark fermentation fluidised‐bed bioreactor
PEP Koskinen, AH Kaksonen, JA Puhakka
Biotechnology and bioengineering 97 (4), 742-758, 2007
Performance and ethanol oxidation kinetics of a sulfate-reducing fluidized-bed reactor treating acidic metal-containing wastewater
AH Kaksonen, PD Franzmann, JA Puhakka
Biodegradation 14 (3), 207-217, 2003
Isolation and Characterization of Novosphingobium sp. Strain MT1, a Dominant Polychlorophenol-Degrading Strain in a Groundwater Bioremediation System
MA Tiirola, MK Männistö, JA Puhakka, MS Kulomaa
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (1), 173-180, 2002
Seasonal and diurnal variations of temperature, pH and dissolved oxygen in advanced integrated wastewater pond system® treating tannery effluent
I Tadesse, FB Green, JA Puhakka
Water research 38 (3), 645-654, 2004
Anaerobic conversion of microalgal biomass to sustainable energy carriers–a review
AM Lakaniemi, OH Tuovinen, JA Puhakka
Bioresource technology 135, 222-231, 2013
Microbial electrochemical technologies with the perspective of harnessing bioenergy: maneuvering towards upscaling
SK Butti, G Velvizhi, MLK Sulonen, JM Haavisto, EO Koroglu, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53, 462-476, 2016
Dark fermentative hydrogen production from lignocellulosic hydrolyzates–a review
ME Nissilä, CH Lay, JA Puhakka
biomass and bioenergy 67, 145-159, 2014
Acid bioleaching of solid waste materials from copper, steel and recycling industries
EA Vestola, MK Kuusenaho, HM Närhi, OH Tuovinen, JA Puhakka, ...
Hydrometallurgy 103 (1-4), 74-79, 2010
Transformations of 1, 1, 2, 2-tetrachloroethane under methanogenic conditions
C Chen, JA Puhakka, JF Ferguson
Environmental science & technology 30 (2), 542-547, 1996
Ethanol and hydrogen production by two thermophilic, anaerobic bacteria isolated from Icelandic geothermal areas
PEP Koskinen, SR Beck, J Örlygsson, JA Puhakka
Biotechnology and bioengineering 101 (4), 679-690, 2008
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