Rachel Brennan

Professor of Civil Engineering

Rachel Brennan

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Wastewater Wastewater Treatment Water Ethanol Life Cycle Biomass Nutrient Ponds Nutrients Carbon Economic Analysis Irrigation Methane Nitrogen Proteins Reaction Yield Fungi Eutrophication Pond Water Quality Impurities Anaerobic Digestion Machine Learning Remediation Araceae

Most Recent Publications

Trace organic contaminant removal in six full-scale integrated fixed-film activated sludge (IFAS) systems treating municipal wastewater

M. Shreve, R. Brennan, Water Research on p. 318-331

Sequential ethanol fermentation and anaerobic digestion increases bioenergy yields from duckweed.

O. Calicioglu, R. Brennan, Bioresource Technology on p. 344-348

Duckweed growth model for large-scale applications

Ozgul Calicioglu, Mert Y. Sengul, Pandara Valappil Femeena, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, Journal of Cleaner Production

Advantageous microbial community development and improved performance of pilot-scale field systems treating high-risk acid mine drainage with crab shell

Yishan Lin, Jessica A. Grembi, Sara S. Goots, Aswathy Sebastian, István Albert, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, Journal of Hazardous Materials

Carlos R. Fernandez Pulido, Jonathan Caballero, Mary Ann Bruns, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, Ecological Engineering

Techno-economic Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment of an Integrated Wastewater-Derived Duckweed Biorefinery

Ozgul Calicioglu, Pandara Valappil Femeena, Christopher L. Mutel, Deborah L. Sills, Tom L. Richard, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering on p. 9395-9408

Coupling ecological wastewater treatment with the production of livestock feed and irrigation water provides net benefits to human health and the environment: A life cycle assessment

B. Roman, R. A. Brennan, 2021, Journal of Environmental Management

Matthew Arenas, Pandara Valappil Femeena, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, Sustainability (Switzerland)

Duckweed protein supports the growth and organ development of mice: A feeding study comparison to conventional casein protein

B. Roman, R. A. Brennan, J. D. Lambert, 2021, Journal of Food Science on p. 1097-1104

Most-Cited Papers

Trace organic contaminant removal in six full-scale integrated fixed-film activated sludge (IFAS) systems treating municipal wastewater

Michael J. Shreve, Rachel A. Brennan, 2019, Water Research on p. 318-331

Sequential ethanol fermentation and anaerobic digestion increases bioenergy yields from duckweed

O. Calicioglu, R. A. Brennan, 2018, Agricultural Wastes on p. 344-348

Michael J. Shreve, Adrienne Brockman, Marissa Hartleb, Sarah Prebihalo, Frank L. Dorman, Rachel A. Brennan, 2016, International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation on p. 132-140

B. Roman, R. A. Brennan, 2019, Ecological Engineering: X

Techno-economic Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment of an Integrated Wastewater-Derived Duckweed Biorefinery

Ozgul Calicioglu, Pandara Valappil Femeena, Christopher L. Mutel, Deborah L. Sills, Tom L. Richard, Rachel A. Brennan, 2021, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering on p. 9395-9408

O. Calicioglu, T. L. Richard, Rachel A. Brennan, 2019, Agricultural Wastes

Andrew N. Kreider, Carlos R. Fernandez Pulido, Mary Ann Bruns, Rachel A. Brennan, 2019, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 469-475

Remediation of high-strength mine-impacted water with mixed organic substrates containing crab shell and spent mushroom compost

Jessica A. Grembi, Bradley A. Sick, Rachel A. Brennan, 2016, Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE

D. J. Kelsey, C. Nieto-Delgado, F. S. Cannon, R. A. Brennan, 2015, Proceedings of the Society for Applied Bacteriology on p. 65-75

Coupling ecological wastewater treatment with the production of livestock feed and irrigation water provides net benefits to human health and the environment: A life cycle assessment

B. Roman, R. A. Brennan, 2021, Journal of Environmental Management