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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.
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.
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.
Park C, Novak JT.  2009.  Characterization of lectins and bacterial adhesins in activated sludge flocs. Water Environment Research . 81(8):755-764.
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.
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, 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, Novak JT.  2007.  Characterization of activated sludge exocellular polymers using several cation-associated extraction methods. Water Research. 41(8):1679-1688.
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, Abu-Orf M.M., Novak JT.  2006.  The digestibility of waste activated sludges. Water Environment Research . 78:59-68.