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Lee JWoo, Jutidamrongphan W, Park KYoung, Moon S, Park C.  2012.  Advanced treatment of wastewater from food waste disposer in modified Ludzack-Ettinger type membrane bioreactor. Environmental Engineering Research. 17(2):59-63.
Wang M, Sahu AK, Rusten B, Park C.  2013.  Anaerobic co-digestion of microalgae Chlorella sp. and waste activated sludge. Bioresource Technology. 142:585-590.
Park C, Helm RF.  2008.  Application of metaproteomic analysis for studying extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in activated sludge flocs and their fate in sludge digestion. Water Science and Technology . 57(12):2009-2015.
McKeever R, Sheppard D, Nüsslein K, Baek K-H, Rieber K, Ergas SJ, Forbes R, Hilyard M, Park C.  2012.  Biodegradation of ethylene dibromide (1,2-dibromoethane [EDB]) in microcosms simulating in situ and biostimulated conditions. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 209-210:92-98.
Baek K-H, Wang M, McKeever R, Rieber K, Park C, Nüsslein K.  2013.  Biodegradation of low concentrations of 1,2-dibromoethane in groundwater is enhanced by phenol. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 98(3):1329-1338.
Ostendorf DW, Park C, Rotaru C, Pereira MS.  2009.  Case study of steady oxygen concentration gradients in a groundwater plume from a highway infiltration basin. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 135(11):1237-1243.
Park C, Novak JT.  2007.  Characterization of activated sludge exocellular polymers using several cation-associated extraction methods. Water Research. 41(8):1679-1688.
Park C, Novak JT.  2009.  Characterization of lectins and bacterial adhesins in activated sludge flocs. Water Environment Research . 81(8):755-764.
Novak JT, Park C.  2004.  Chemical conditioning of sludge. Water Science and Technology. 49(10):73-80.
Kim J, Park C, Novak JT.  2011.  Combination of coagulating agents (Aluminum Sulfate and Cationic Polymer) for biosolids dewatering and Its impact to odors. Korean Society of Civil Engineers Journal of Civil Engineering. 15(3):447–451.
Novak JT, Park C, Abu-Orf M.M..  2004.  Conditioning and dewatering of digested waste activated sludges. Journal of Residuals Science and Technology. 1(1):45-51.
Novak JT, Park C, Abu-Orf M.M..  2005.  Conditioning and dewatering of digested waste activated sludges-closure. Journal of Residuals Science and Technology . 2:110-112.
Park C, Abu-Orf M.M., Novak JT.  2006.  The digestibility of waste activated sludges. Water Environment Research . 78:59-68.
Baek K-H, Oh H-M, Park C, Yoon B-D, Kim H-S.  2010.  Diversity and abundance of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in activated sludge treating different types of wastewater. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 20(7):1128-1133.
Park C, Muller C.D., Abu-Orf M.M., Novak JT.  2006.  The effect of wastewater cations on activated sludge characteristics: effects of aluminum and iron in floc. Water Environment Research . 78(1):31-40.
Park C, Fang Y, Murthy S, Novak JT.  2009.  Effects of floc aluminum on activated sludge characteristics and removal of 17-α-ethinylestradiol in wastewater systems. Water Research . 44(5):1335-1340.
Kim YMo, Lee DSung, Park C, Park D, Park JMoon.  2011.  Effects of free cyanide on microbial communities and biological carbon and nitrogen removal performance in the industrial activated sludge process. Water Research. 45:1267-1279.
Nguyen LN, Hai FI, Nghiem LD, Kang J, Price WE, Park C, Yamamoto K.  2014.  Enhancement of removal of trace organic contaminants by powdered activated carbon dosing into membrane bioreactors. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers. 45(2):571–578.
Westgate PJ, Park C.  2010.  Evaluation of proteins and organic nitrogen in wastewater treatment effluents. Environmental Science and Technology. 44:5352-5357.
Park C, Novak JT, Helm RF, Ahn Y-O, Esen A.  2008.  Evaluation of the extracellular proteins in full-scale activated sludges. Water Research. 42(14):3879-3889.
Park C, Chon D-H.  2015.  High-rate anaerobic side-stream reactor (ASSR) processes to minimize the production of excess sludge. Water Environment Research. 87(12):2090-2097.
Novak JT, Park C, Higgins MJ, Erdal ZK.  2007.  Impacts of the MicroSludge™ process on odor causing compounds in anaerobically digested biosolids. Water Practice. 1(4):1-12.
Abu-Orf M.M., Muller CD, Park C, Novak JT.  2004.  Innovative technologies to reduce water content of dewatered municipal residuals. 1(2):83-91.
Park C, Helm RF, Novak JT.  2008.  Investigating the fate of activated sludge extracellular proteins in sludge digestion using sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Water Environment Research. 80(12):2219-2227.
Park C, Chon D-H, Rome MN, Kim H-S.  2011.  Investigating the mechanism of sludge reduction in activated sludge with an anaerobic side-stream reactor. Water Science and Technology. 63(1):93-99.
Wang M, Park C.  2015.  Investigation of anaerobic digestion of Chlorella sp. and Micractinium sp. grown in high-nitrogen wastewater and their co-digestion with waste activated sludge. Biomass and Bioenergy. 80:30-37.
Kim YMo, Chon D-H, Kim H-S, Park C.  2012.  Investigation of bacterial community in activated sludge with an anaerobic side-stream reactor (ASSR) to decrease the generation of excess sludge. Water Research. 46(13):4292-4300.
Chon D-H, Rome MN, Kim YMo, Park KYoung, Park C.  2011.  Investigation of the sludge reduction mechanism in the anaerobic side-stream reactor process using several control biological wastewater treatment processes. Water Research. 45(18):6021–6029.
Wang M, Kuo-Dahab M.C., Dolan S., Park C.  2014.  Kinetics of nutrient removal and expression of extracellular polymeric substances of the microalgae, Chlorella sp. and Micractinium sp., in wastewater treatment. Bioresource Technology. 154:131-137.
Yuan X., Wang M, Park C, Sahu AK, Ergas SJ.  2012.  Microalgae growth using high strength wastewater followed by anaerobic co-digestion. Water Environment Research. 84(5):396-404.

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