Rachel Brennan

Professor of Civil Engineering

Rachel Brennan

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Wastewater Wastewater Treatment Ethanol Biomass Nitrogen Life Cycle Nutrients Waste Water Water Nutrient Economic Analysis Temperature Irrigation Ponds Carbon Digestion Proteins Methane Anaerobic Digestion Starch Biofuels Eutrophication Reaction Yield Water Quality Araceae

Most Recent Publications

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

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

Spatial optimization of nutrient recovery from dairy farms to support economically viable load reductions in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

P. V. Femeena, F Pandara Valappil, C. Costello, R. A. Brennan, 2023, Agricultural Systems

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

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

Nitrate removal in greenhouse water using mushroom compost with artificially constructed wetlands

Robert Harvey, D Davis, B Savani, J PECCHIA, John Pecchia, 2021, Journal of Plant Sciences and Research on p. 5

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

Most-Cited Papers

Sequential ethanol fermentation and anaerobic digestion increases bioenergy yields from duckweed

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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