Professor Andrew C. Mitchell
Professor Andrew C. Mitchell
Prof in Microbial Geochemistry
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Engineered applications of ureolytic biomineralization: a review
AJ Phillips, R Gerlach, E Lauchnor, AC Mitchell, AB Cunningham, ...
Biofouling 29 (6), 715-733, 2013
Microbially enhanced carbon capture and storage by mineral-trapping and solubility-trapping
AC Mitchell, K Dideriksen, LH Spangler, AB Cunningham, R Gerlach
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 5270-5276, 2010
A microbial ecosystem beneath the West Antarctic ice sheet
BC Christner, JC Priscu, AM Achberger, C Barbante, SP Carter, ...
Nature 512 (7514), 310-313, 2014
The coprecipitation of Sr into calcite precipitates induced by bacterial ureolysis in artificial groundwater: temperature and kinetic dependence
AC Mitchell, FG Ferris
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (17), 4199-4210, 2005
The influence of Bacillus pasteurii on the nucleation and growth of calcium carbonate
AC Mitchell, FG Ferris
Geomicrobiology Journal 23 (3-4), 213-226, 2006
Potential CO2 Leakage Reduction through Biofilm-Induced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation
AJ Phillips, E Lauchnor, J Eldring, R Esposito, AC Mitchell, R Gerlach, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (1), 142-149, 2013
Biofilm enhanced geologic sequestration of supercritical CO2
AC Mitchell, AJ Phillips, R Hiebert, R Gerlach, LH Spangler, ...
international journal of greenhouse gas control 3 (1), 90-99, 2009
Biofilm enhanced geologic sequestration of supercritical CO2
AC Mitchell, AJ Phillips, R Hiebert, R Gerlach, LH Spangler, ...
international journal of greenhouse gas control 3 (1), 90-99, 2009
Bacterially induced calcium carbonate precipitation and strontium coprecipitation in a porous media flow system
EG Lauchnor, LN Schultz, S Bugni, AC Mitchell, AB Cunningham, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (3), 1557-1564, 2013
Diversity, abundance, and potential activity of nitrifying and nitrate-reducing microbial assemblages in a subglacial ecosystem
ES Boyd, RK Lange, AC Mitchell, JR Havig, TL Hamilton, MJ Lafrenière, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (14), 4778-4787, 2011
Generalized Mechanochemical Synthesis of Biomass‐Derived Sustainable Carbons for High Performance CO2 Storage
N Balahmar, AC Mitchell, R Mokaya
Advanced Energy Materials 5 (22), 1500867, 2015
Methanogenesis in subglacial sediments
ES Boyd, M Skidmore, AC Mitchell, C Bakermans, JW Peters
Environmental microbiology reports 2 (5), 685-692, 2010
Microbially enhanced geologic containment of sequestered supercritical CO2
AB Cunningham, R Gerlach, L Spangler, AC Mitchell
Energy Procedia 1 (1), 3245-3252, 2009
The low salinity effect observed on sandstone model surfaces
T Hassenkam, AC Mitchell, CS Pedersen, LL Skovbjerg, N Bovet, ...
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 403, 79-86, 2012
Influence of bedrock mineral composition on microbial diversity in a subglacial environment
AC Mitchell, MJ Lafrenière, ML Skidmore, ES Boyd
Geology 41 (8), 855-858, 2013
Resilience of planktonic and biofilm cultures to supercritical CO2
AC Mitchell, AJ Phillips, MA Hamilton, R Gerlach, WK Hollis, JP Kaszuba, ...
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 47 (2), 318-325, 2008
Reducing the risk of well bore leakage of CO2 using engineered biomineralization barriers
AB Cunningham, R Gerlach, L Spangler, AC Mitchell, S Parks, A Phillips
Energy Procedia 4, 5178-5185, 2011
Nanosecond time-resolved fluorescence microscopy: principles and practice
CG Morgan, AC Mitchell, JG Murray
Trans. Roy. Microsc. Soc 1, 463-466, 1990
Microbial CaCO3 mineral formation and stability in an experimentally simulated high pressure saline aquifer with supercritical CO2
AC Mitchell, A Phillips, L Schultz, S Parks, L Spangler, AB Cunningham, ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 15, 86-96, 2013
Microbial oxidation as a methane sink beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
AB Michaud, JE Dore, AM Achberger, BC Christner, AC Mitchell, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (8), 582-586, 2017
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