Author Archives: Heather Sandefur
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Title: Analyzing correlations between stream benthic macro invertebrate community structure, water quality, and watershed land use in the continental United States
Journal: Biological Engineering Transactions. 7(4): 169-182.
Authors: Heather N. Sandefur, Eric C. Cummings, Ryan Z. Johnston, Marty D. Matlock, David I. Gustafson
Keywords: agricultural land use, benthic macroinvertebrate community, watershed impacts.
As environmental and social issues gain the attention of the general public, consumers increasingly demand that businesses adopt sustainable operating practices in order to maintain their business.
Title: Comparison of Methods for Quantifying Carbon Sequestration in the Urban Forest of North Little Rock, Arkansas
Citation: Biological Engineering Transactions. 6(4): 221-231. 2014.
Authors: Heather N. Sandefur, Marty D. Matlock, Ryan Z. Johnston
Keywords: Carbon sequestration modeling, urban forest.
Title: Hydrodynamic regime considerations for the cultivation of periphytic biofilms in two tertiary wastewater treatment systems
Citation: Ecological Engineering 71: 527–532. @2014
Authors: Heather N. Sandefur, Ryan Z. Johnston, Marty D. Matlock, Thomas A. Costello, Walter H. Adey, Haywood D. Laughinghouse IV
Keywords: Algae cultivation; Turbulence; Wastewater treatment.