Michael Harbottle
Michael Harbottle
Senior Lecturer in Geoenvironmental Engineering, Cardiff University
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TitleCited byYear
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
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
Degradation of 2-chlorobenzoic acid in stabilised/solidified soil systems
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 61 (2), 173-181, 2008
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
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 of land remediation. Part 2: impact assessment
MJ Harbottle, A Al-Tabbaa, CW Evans
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Geotechnical Engineering …, 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
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
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