Michael Harbottle
Michael Harbottle
Senior Lecturer in Geoenvironmental Engineering, Cardiff University
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Electrokinetic-enhanced bioremediation of organic contaminants: a review of processes and environmental applications
RT Gill, MJ Harbottle, JWN Smith, SF Thornton
Chemosphere 107, 31-42, 2014
The effect of electrokinetics on soil microbial communities
G Lear, MJ Harbottle, CJ Van Der Gast, SA Jackman, CJ Knowles, G Sills, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (11), 1751-1760, 2004
Impact of electrokinetic remediation on microbial communities within PCP contaminated soil
G Lear, MJ Harbottle, G Sills, CJ Knowles, KT Semple, IP Thompson
Environmental Pollution 146 (1), 139-146, 2007
A comparison of the technical sustainability of in situ stabilisation/solidification with disposal to landfill
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa, CW Evans
Journal of hazardous materials 141 (2), 430-440, 2007
Enhanced biodegradation of pentachlorophenol in unsaturated soil using reversed field electrokinetics
MJ Harbottle, G Lear, GC Sills, IP Thompson
Journal of environmental management 90 (5), 1893-1900, 2009
Sustainability of land remediation. Part 1: overall analysis
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa, CW Evans
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Geotechnical Engineering …, 2008
Heavy metal leaching and environmental risk from the use of compost-like output as an energy crop growth substrate
K Page, MJ Harbottle, PJ Cleall, TR Hutchings
Science of the Total Environment 487, 260-271, 2014
Toxicity effects on metal sequestration by microbially-induced carbonate precipitation
AJ Mugwar, MJ Harbottle
Journal of hazardous materials 314, 237-248, 2016
Changes in metal speciation and mobility during electrokinetic treatment of industrial wastes: Implications for remediation and resource recovery
C Peppicelli, P Cleall, D Sapsford, M Harbottle
Science of the total environment 624, 1488-1503, 2018
Assessing the true technical/environmental impacts of contaminated land remediation-a case study of containment, disposal and no action
MJ Harbottle, A Al Tabbaa, CW Evans
Land Contamination and Reclamation 14, 85-100, 2006
The development of a new method for testing the lateral load capacity of small-scale masonry walls using a centrifuge and digital image correlation
DM Herbert, DR Gardner, M Harbottle, J Thomas, TG Hughes
Construction and Building Materials 25 (12), 4465-4476, 2011
In situ resource recovery from waste repositories: exploring the potential for mobilization and capture of metals from Anthropogenic ores
D Sapsford, P Cleall, M Harbottle
Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy 3 (2), 375-392, 2017
Self-healing soil: Biomimetic engineering of geotechnical structures to respond to damage
MJ Harbottle, MT Lam, SP Botusharova, DR Gardner
7th International Congress on Environmental Geotechnics, 2014
Sustainability assessment of electrokinetic bioremediation compared with alternative remediation options for a petroleum release site
RT Gill, SF Thornton, MJ Harbottle, JWN Smith
Journal of environmental management 184, 120-131, 2016
Electrokinetic migration of nitrate through heterogeneous granular porous media
RT Gill, SF Thornton, MJ Harbottle, JWN Smith
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 35 (3), 46-56, 2015
Sustainability of land remediation. Part 2: impact assessment
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa, CW Evans
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Geotechnical Engineering …, 2008
Degradation of 2-chlorobenzoic acid in stabilised/solidified soil systems
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 61 (2), 173-181, 2008
Robust sustainable technical solutions
A Al-Tabbaa, M Harbottle, C Evans
Sustainable brownfield regeneration: Liveable places from problem spaces …, 2007
The technical sustainability of in-situ stabilisation/solidification
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa, CW Evans
The use of electrokinetics to enhance the degradation of organic contaminants in soils
M Harbottle
University of Oxford, 2004
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