Ball, William P.

Professor
Environmental Health And Engineering

Ames Hall 301
(410) 516-5434
bball@jhu.edu

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Education
  • Ph.D. 1990, STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Experience
  • 2011 - 2011:  Delegate, US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission
  • 2004 - Present:  Specialist Group on Assessment and Control of Hazardous Substances in Water, International Water Association (IWA), International Water Association
Research Areas
  • Adsorption processes in aquatic systems
  • Chesapeake Bay Hypoxia
  • ENVIRONMENTAL engineering
  • Enviornmental implicaitons and applications of engineered nanomaterials
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Groundwater contamination
  • Mass transfer in aqautic systems
  • Physical and chemical processes in water and wastewater treatment
  • Pollutant fate and transport
  • Subsurface remediation
  • Water, sanitation, and hygiene for development
  • Water quality modeling (surface and subsurface waters)
Awards
  • 2018:  Rudolph Hering Medal - American Society of Civil Engineers (with A. Braghetta and F. A. DiGiano)
  • 2018:  Summer Faculty Research Program Award - USAF
  • 2018:  JHU Office of Student Involvement Outstanding Student Organization Advisor Award
  • 2018:  Abel Wolman Doctoral Fellowship - AWWA
  • 2018:  Academic Achievement Award -- Second Place Doctoral Dissertation - American Water Works Association (AWWA)
  • 2018:  Advisor to G. Xia; Outstanding student paper award - 1998 AGU Spring Meeting
  • 2018:  American Water Works Association - New York Section Best Paper Award (with H. Arora - M. LeChevallier - E. Bouwer - C. O'Melia - J. Weiss - and T. Speth)
  • 2018:  Braun Intertec Visiting Professor - University of Minnesota
  • 2018:  Presidential Young Investigator Award - National Science Foundation
  • 2010:  Graduated with Highest Distinction - University of Virginia
  • 2009:  Diversity Recognition Award - Johns Hopkins Institutions Diversity Leadership Council
  • 2008:  Capers and Marion McDonald Award for Excellence in Mentoring and Advising - 2008
  • 2006:  AEESP/CH2M Hill Doctoral Thesis Award (w/ T. Helen Nguyen)
  • 2006:  AEESP Outstanding Publication Award (w/ Paul V. Roberts)
  • 2004:  Excellence in Review Award - Environmental Science and Technology
  • 2003:  Diplomate - American Academy of Environmental Engineers
  • 1997:  Advisor to C. Liu; 1997 API/NGWA Scholarship Award
  • 1988:  Member - Sigma Xi
  • 1985:  Achievement Reward for College Scientists - ARCS Foundation
  • 1980:  Professional Civil Engineer (Commonwealth of Virginia - License 12676)
  • 1976:  Nelson Taylor Fellowship - Stanford University
  • 1976:  Raven Society - Service and Academic Honorary - University of Virginia
  • 1976:  Shannon Award for Academic Achievement - University of Virginia
  • 1975:  Member - Tau Beta Pi - Engineering Honorary
  • 1975:  Member - Chi Epsilon - Civil Engineering Honorary
Presentations
  • "Nutrient and Sediment Trends from the Nontidal Chesapeake Bay Watershed: Synthesis of Progress by Season for the Nine Major Tributaries", Chesapeake Modeling Symposium.  January 1, 2016
  • "Temporal Changes in Net Deposition of Sediment and Nutrients behind Conowingo Dam under Different Flow Conditions: Statistical Evaluations of Monitoring Data between 1987 and 2013", Chesapeake Modeling Symposium.  January 1, 2016
  • "An Improved Method for Interpretation of Concentration-Discharge Relationships in Riverine Water-Quality Data", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.  January 1, 2016
  • "Improving Riverine Constituent Concentration and Flux Estimation by Accounting for Antecedent Discharge Conditions", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.  January 1, 2016
  • "Long-term Trends of Nutrients and Sediment from the Non-tidal Chesapeake Watershed: An Assessment of Progress by River and Season", Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors Annual Conference.  January 1, 2015
  • "Long-Term Export of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sediment in the Susquehanna River Basin: Analysis of Decadal-Scale Trends and Sub-Basin Mass Balances", Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.  January 1, 2015
  • "Non-stationary Concentration-Discharge Relationships for Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sediment for Nine Major Tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.  January 1, 2015
  • "Retrospective Analysis of Phosphorus Source Input and Riverine Output in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed", Maryland Water Monitoring Council Annual Conference.  January 1, 2014
  • "Retrospective Analysis of Sediment-associated Phosphorus Concentration in the Non-Tidal Chesapeake Bay Watershed", Maryland Water Monitoring Council Annual Conference.  January 1, 2014
  • "Evaluation of Methods for Estimating Long-Range Dependence in Water Quality Time Series with Missing Data and Irregular Sampling", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.  January 1, 2014
  • "Nutrient and Sediment Delivery from the Susquehanna River to Chesapeake Bay: Long-term Changes in Loading Trend and Reservoir Sedimentation", Chesapeake Modeling Symposium.  January 1, 2014
  • "Nitrogen Source Input from the Non-Tidal Chesapeake Bay Watershed and Output in the Major Rivers: Evaluation of Changes Based on Long-term Data", Maryland Water Monitoring Council Annual Conference.  January 1, 2014
  • "Long-term trends and mass-balance of nutrient and sediment loadings in the Lower Susquehanna River Watershed", Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Quarterly Review Meeting.  January 1, 2014
  • "Long-Term Loads of Nutrients and Sediment from Non-Tidal Regions of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: An Assessment of Seasonal Trends and Progress", American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.  January 1, 2014
  • "Nutrient and Sediment Loads Delivered through the Conowingo Reservoir", Maryland Department of Natural Resources Conowingo Dam Sediment Load Meeting.  January 1, 2013
  • "Long-term Seasonal Trends of Nutrients and Sediment from the Non-tidal Chesapeake Bay Watershed: An Assessment of Progress in Loading Reduction", American Water Resources Association Annual Conference.  January 1, 2013
  • "Long-term Seasonal Trends of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Suspended Sediment Load from the Non-tidal Susquehanna River Basin to Chesapeake Bay", Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System Annual Meeting.  January 1, 2013
  • "Estuary-Specific Spatial Interpolation Methods for Water Quality and Model Performance Evaluation,", Chesapeake Community Modeling Program’s Chesapeake Modeling Symposium.  January 1, 2012
  • "Long-term Seasonal Nutrient Trends for the Non-tidal Portions of the Major Tributaries to Chesapeake Bay", Chesapeake Modeling Symposium.  January 1, 2012
  • "Transport of Oxidized Muti-walled Carbon Nanotubes through Porous Media: Experimental and Modeling Analysis", 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2012
  • "Hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay: Mining Decades of Data for New Insights", AEESP Education and Research Conference:  Global Sustainability and Environmental Engineering and Science: Implications for Research, Education, and Practice.  January 1, 2011
  • "Transport of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Porous Media", AEESP Education and Research Conference: Global Sustainability and Environmental Engineering and Science: Implications for Research, Education, and Practice.  January 1, 2011
  • "Long-Term Trends in Chesapeake Bay Seasonal Hypoxia, Stratification, and Nutrient Loading", AEESP Education and Research Conference:  Global Sustainability and Environmental Engineering and Science: Implications for Research, Education, and Practice.  January 1, 2011
  • "Influence of nanoparticle surface chemistry on NOM sorption and colloidal stabilization: particle properties matter", 241st American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting.  January 1, 2011
  • "Influence of Surface Chemistry on environmentally relevant properties of carbon nanotubes in aquatic environments", 85th ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium.  January 1, 2011
  • "Influence of Oxygen-Containing Functional Groups and Graphenic Carbon on Zn[II] Sorption by Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes: Application of Two-Site Langmuir Model",  240th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting.  January 1, 2010
  • "U(VI) Sorption and Diffusion in Packed Cells of Hanford Silt/Clay Material", Seventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds.  January 1, 2010
  • "Transport of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Porous Media", 240th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting.  January 1, 2010
  • "Environmental Transport, Transformation, and Fate of Nanomaterials", INBT 2010 Annual Symposium.  January 1, 2010
  • "Statistical Modeling of Spatial and Temporal Trends in Chesapeake Bay Hypoxia and Stratification",  Chesapeake Modeling Symposium 2010 (ChesMS '10).  January 1, 2010
  • "Organization of Data in Non-Convex Spatial Domains", 22nd International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, June 30 to July 2.  January 1, 2010
  • "Influence of surface chemistry on the behavior of engineered nanomaterials in the environment", Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2009
  • "Use of Spatial Statistics to Evaluate the Long-Term Relationship Between Hypoxic Volume, Nitrogen Load, and Stratification in Chesapeake Bay", Biennial Meeting of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors: Grand Challenges in Environmental Engineering and Science: Research and Education.  January 1, 2009
  • "Sorption properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes and their transport in columns packed with glass beads", Biennial Meeting of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors: Grand Challenges in Environmental Engineering and Science: Research and Education.  January 1, 2009
  • "Influence of Surface Chemistry on the Behavior of Carbon Nanotubes in Aquatic Environments", International Conference on the Environmental Implications and Applications of Nanotechnology.  January 1, 2009
  • "Influence of surface chemistry on the deposition and transport properties of carbon nanotubes", International Conference on the Environmental Implications and Applications of Nanotechnology.  January 1, 2009
  • "Influence of Surface Oxides on the Colloidal Stability of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: A Structure-Property Relationship for Engineered Nanoparticles", 83rd Colloid and Surfaces Meeting.  January 1, 2009
  • "Increasing Stratification of the Chesapeake Bay: Causes and Impacts on Summertime Hypoxic Conditions", Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Biannual Meeting.  January 1, 2009
  • "Influence of cosolutes on the adsorption of Cd(II) onto oxidized multiwalled carbon nanotubes", Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2009
  • "ENVR 46-Influence of surface oxide groups on the adsorption of Zn (II) and naphthalene onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes", Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2008
  • "Influences of flow rate on axial diffusion and dispersion: experiments in a cylindrical macropore column", Eos Trans. AGU.  January 1, 2005
  • "The Role of Surface Oxides on Black Carbon in the Sorption of Nitrophenol", Pushing the Boundaries: Making Research and Education in Environmental Engineering and Science Count, Abstract #27, p. 52, poster presentation, AEESP Biennial Research and Education Conference, Clarkson University, July 23-27.  January 1, 2005
  • "Sorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants to black carbons", Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2005
  • "Influence of Initial Solute Concentration Distribution (Aging) Within a Diffusion Region on Desorption Rates and Solute Availability", Eos Trans. AGU.  January 1, 2005
  • "Immobilization of nanoparticles in diatomaceous earth: A synthetic sediment for studying sorption by environmental black carbon.", Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 2004
  • "Study of Water Quality Improvements during Riverbank Filtration at Three Midwestern United States Drinking Water Utilities", Geophysical Research Abstracts.  January 1, 2003
  • "A Review of Some Recently Proposed Modeling Paradigms for the Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals to Heterogeneous Carbonaceous Matter in Soils, Sediments, and Rocks", Geophysical Research Abstracts.  January 1, 2003
  • "Fate of Disinfection By-Product Precursors and Microorganisms During Riverbank Filtration", Second International Riverbank Filtration Conference Proceedings.  January 1, 2003
  • "Preliminary Investigation of Thermal Treatment for Quantification of Black Carbon in Environmental Samples", Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference of the International Humic Substances Society, Boston MA, July 21-26.  January 1, 2002
  • "Wood Char as a Potential Sorbent in Soils", Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference of the International Humic Substances Society, Boston MA, July 21-26.  January 1, 2002
  • "Water Quality Improvements during Riverbank Filtration at Three Sites in the Midwestern United States", Preprints from the International Water Association 2nd World Water Congress, Berlin, Germany, October 15-19.  January 1, 2001
  • "Sorption Rate Studies with Halogenated Organic Chemicals and Sandy Aquifer Material: Implications for Solute Transport and Groundwater Remediation", Environmental Engineering : Proceedings of the 1990 Specialty Conference.  January 1, 1990
  • "Slow Diffusion of Sorbing Hydrophobic Organic Compounds in Sandy Aquifer Material", 199th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society.  January 1, 1990

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Wilusz DC, Harman CJ, Ball WP (2017).  Sensitivity of Catchment Transit Times to Rainfall Variability Under Present and Future Climates.  Water Resources Research.  53(12).
  • Zhang Q, Ball WP (2017).  Improving riverine constituent concentration and flux estimation by accounting for antecedent discharge conditions.  Journal of Hydrology.  547.
  • C., Wilusz Daniel; J., Harman Ciaran; P., Ball William (2017).  Sensitivity of Catchment Transit Times to Rainfall Variability Under Present and Future Climates.  Water Resources Research.  53(12).  10231-10256.
  • Zhang, Qian; Ball, William P. (2017).  Improving riverine constituent concentration and flux estimation by accounting for antecedent discharge conditions.  JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY.  547.  387-402.
  • Zhang Q, Harman CJ, Ball WP (2016).  An improved method for interpretation of riverine concentration-discharge relationships indicates long-term shifts in reservoir sediment trapping.  Geophysical Research Letters.  43(19).
  • Zhang Q, Ball WP, Moyer DL (2016).  Decadal-scale export of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment from the Susquehanna River basin, USA: Analysis and synthesis of temporal and spatial patterns.  Science of the Total Environment.  563-564.
  • Zhang Q, Hirsch RM, Ball WP (2016).  Long-Term Changes in Sediment and Nutrient Delivery from Conowingo Dam to Chesapeake Bay: Effects of Reservoir Sedimentation.  Environmental Science and Technology.  50(4).
  • Zhang, Qian; Hirsch, Robert M.; Ball, William P. (2016).  Long-Term Changes in Sediment and Nutrient Delivery from Conowingo Dam to Chesapeake Bay: Effects of Reservoir Sedimentation.  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.  50(4).  1877-1886.
  • Zhang, Qian; Harman, Ciaran J.; Ball, William P. (2016).  An improved method for interpretation of riverine concentration-discharge relationships indicates long-term shifts in reservoir sediment trapping.  GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS.  43(19).  10215-10224.
  • Zhang Q, Brady DC, Boynton WR, Ball WP (2015).  Long-Term Trends of Nutrients and Sediment from the Nontidal Chesapeake Watershed: An Assessment of Progress by River and Season.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association.  51(6).
  • Murphy, Rebecca R.; Perlman, Eric; Ball, William P.; Curriero, Frank C. (2015).  Water-Distance-Based Kriging in Chesapeake Bay.  JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING.  20(9).
  • Murphy RR, Perlman E, Ball WP, Curriero FC (2015).  Water-distance-based kriging in Chesapeake Bay.  Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.  20(9).
  • Zhang, Qian; Brady, Damian C.; Boynton, Walter R.; Ball, William P. (2015).  Long-Term Trends of Nutrients and Sediment from the Nontidal Chesapeake Watershed: An Assessment of Progress by River and Season.  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION.  51(6).  1534-1555.
  • Kelley CD, Krolick A, Brunner L, Burklund A, Kahn D, Ball WP, Weber-Shirk M (2014).  An affordable open-source turbidimeter.  Sensors (Switzerland).  14(4).
  • Yang J, Bitter JL, Smith BA, Fairbrother DH, Ball WP (2013).  Transport of oxidized multi-walled carbon nanotubes through silica based porous media: Influences of aquatic chemistry, surface chemistry, and natural organic matter.  Environmental Science and Technology.  47(24).
  • Zhang Q, Brady DC, Ball WP (2013).  Long-term seasonal trends of nitrogen, phosphorus, and suspended sediment load from the non-tidal Susquehanna River Basin to Chesapeake Bay.  Science of the Total Environment.  452-453.
  • Murphy, R.R.; Perlman, E.; Curriero, F.C.; Ball, W.P (2013).  Kriging with Water Distance in Chesapeake Bay.  ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.  (submitted).
  • Yang, Jin; Bitter, Julie L.; Smith, Billy A.; Fairbrother, D. Howard; Ball, William P. (2013).  Transport of Oxidized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes through Silica Based Porous Media: Influences of Aquatic Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, and Natural Organic Matter.  Environmental Science & Technology.  47(24).  14034-14043.
  • Smith B, Yang J, Bitter JL, Ball WP, Fairbrother DH (2012).  Influence of surface oxygen on the interactions of carbon nanotubes with natural organic matter.  Environmental Science and Technology.  46(23).
  • Murphy RR, Kemp WM, Ball WP (2011).  Long-Term Trends in Chesapeake Bay Seasonal Hypoxia, Stratification, and Nutrient Loading.  Estuaries and Coasts.  34(6).
  • Perlman E, Burns R, Kazhdan M, Murphy RR, Ball WP, Amenta N (2010).  Organization of data in non-convex spatial domains.  Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics).  6187 LNCS.
  • Schwab K, Figueroa ME, Ball W, Guikema S, Zaitchik B, Young C (2010).  JHU global water program.  Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest (Applied Physics Laboratory).  28(3).
  • Chen KL, Smith BA, Ball WP, Fairbrother DH (2010).  Assessing the colloidal properties of engineered nanoparticles in water: Case studies from fullerene C60nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes.  Environmental Chemistry.  7(1).
  • Murphy RR, Curriero FC, Ball WP (2010).  Comparison of spatial interpolation methods for water quality evaluation in the chesapeake bay.  Journal of Environmental Engineering.  136(2).
  • Cho HH, Wepasnick K, Smith BA, Bangash FK, Fairbrother DH, Ball WP (2010).  Sorption of aqueous Zn[II] and Cd[II] by multiwall carbon nanotubes: The relative roles of oxygen-containing functional groups and graphenic carbon.  Langmuir.  26(2).
  • Schwab, K; Figueroa, ME; Ball, W; Guikema, S; Zaitchik, B; Young, C (2010).  JHU Global Water Program.  Johns Hopkins Apl Technical Digest.  28.  236-237.
  • Cho, HH; Wepasnick, K; Smith, BA; Bangash, FK; Fairbrother, DH; Ball, WP (2010).  Sorption of Aqueous Zn[II] and Cd[II] by Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes: The Relative Roles of Oxygen-Containing Functional Groups and Graphenic Carbon.  Langmuir.  26(2).  967-981.
  • Bai J, Liu C, Ball WP (2009).  Study of sorption-retarded U(VI) diffusion in Hanford silt/clay material.  Environmental Science and Technology.  43(20).
  • Smith B, Wepasnick K, Schrote KE, Cho HH, Ball WP, Fairbrother DH (2009).  Influence of surface oxides on the colloidal stability of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: A structure-property relationship.  Langmuir.  25(17).
  • Smith B, Wepasnick K, Schrote KE, Bertele AR, Ball WP, O'Melia C, Fairbrother DH (2009).  Colloidal properties of aqueous suspensions of acid-treated, multi-walled carbon nanotubes.  Environmental Science and Technology.  43(3).
  • Fairbrother, Howard; Smith, Billy; Wepasnick, Kevin A.; Ball, William P. (2009).  Influence of surface chemistry on the transport properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes in porous media.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  237.
  • Smith, B; Wepasnick, K; Schrote, KE; Cho, HH; Ball, WP; Fairbrother, DH (2009).  Influence of Surface Oxides on the Colloidal Stability of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: A Structure-Property Relationship.  Langmuir.  25(17).  9767-9776.
  • Bai, J; Liu, CX; Ball, WP (2009).  Study of Sorption-Retarded U(VI) Diffusion in Hanford Silt/Clay Material.  Environmental Science & Technology.  43(20).  7706-7711.
  • CHO, H-H; WEPASNICK, K.; SMITH, B.A.; K., F.; BANGASH, D.; FAIRBROTHER, HOWARD; BALL, W.P. (2009).  The Roles of Graphenic Carbon and Carboxyl Functional Groups on the Sorption of Zn(II) by Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Solution.  Langmuir.
  • Cho HH, Smith B, Wepasnick KA, Fairbrother H, Ball WP (2008).  Influence of surface oxide groups on the adsorption of Zn (II) and naphthalene onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes.  ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts.
  • Ball WP, Brady DC, Brooks MT, Burns R, Cuker BE, Di Toro DM, Gross TF, Kemp WM, Murray L, Murphy RR, Perlman E, Piasecki M, Testa JM, Zaslavsky I (2008).  Prototype system for multidisciplinary shared cyberinfrastructure: Chesapeake bay environmental observatory.  Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.  13(10).
  • Cho HH, Smith BA, Wnuk JD, Fairbrother DH, Ball WP (2008).  Influence of surface oxides on the adsorption of naphthalene onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes.  Environmental Science and Technology.  42(8).
  • BALL, W.P.; BRADY, D.; BROOKS, M.; BURNS, R.; CUKER, B.E.; DI, D.M.; TORO, T; GROSS, F.; KEMP, W.M.; MURRAY, L.; MURPHY, R.; PERLMAN, E.; PIASECKI, M.; TESTA, J.; ZASLAVSKY, I. (2008).  A Prototype System for Multi-Disciplinary Shared Cyberinfrastructure.  ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.  13(10).  960-970.
  • Cho, HH; Smith, BA; Wnuk, JD; Fairbrother, DH; Ball, WP (2008).  Influence of surface oxides on the adsorption of naphthalene onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes.  Environmental Science & Technology.  42(8).  2899-2905.
  • DIGENOVA, T.; YOHANNES, B.; HILL, D.; BALL, W.P.; SHKLYAN, R.; LI, Y.; ALCOCK, D. (2008).  Sustainable engineering requires community collaboration.  World Water and Environmental Engineering.  (January/February).  34-37.
  • Cho HH, Smith BA, Wepasnick K, Fairbrother H, Ball WP (2008).  Influence of surface oxide groups on the adsorption of Zn (II) and naphthalene onto multi-walled carbon nanotubes.  ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry - Preprints of Extended Abstracts.  48(2).
  • Haws NW, Paraskewich MR, Hilpert M, Ball WP (2007).  Effect of fluid velocity on model-estimated rates of radial solute diffusion in a cylindrical macropore column.  Water Resources Research.  43(10).
  • Haws NW, Ball WP, Bouwer EJ (2007).  Effects of initial solute distribution on contaminant availability, desorption modeling, and subsurface remediation.  Journal of Environmental Quality.  36(5).
  • Nguyen TH, Cho HH, Poster DL, Ball WP (2007).  Evidence for a pore-filling mechanism in the adsorption of aromatic hydrocarbons to a natural wood char.  Environmental Science and Technology.  41(4).
  • Hammes K, Schmidt MWI, Smernik RJ, Currie LA, Ball WP, Nguyen TH, Louchouarn P, Houel S, Gustafsson O, Elmquist M, Cornelissen G, Skjemstad JO, Masiello CA, Song J, Peng P, Mitra S, Dunn JC, Hatcher PG, Hockaday WC, Smith DM, Hartkopf-Fröder C, Böhmer A, Lüer B, Huebert BJ, Amelung W, Brodowski S, Huang L, Zhang W, Gschwend PM, Flores-Cervantes DX, Largeau C, Rouzaud JN, Rumpel C, Guggenberger G, Kaiser K, Rodionov A, Gonzalez-Vila FJ, Gonzalez-Perez JS, de la Rosa JM, Manning DAC, López-Capél E, Ding L (2007).  Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire-derived (black-elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles.  21(3).
  • NGUYEN, T.H.; CHO, H-H; POSTER, D.L.; BALL, W.P. (2007).  Evidence for a Pore-Filling Mechanism in the Adsorption of Aromatic Hydrocarbons to a Natural Wood Char.  Environmental Science and Technology.  41(4).  1212-1217.
  • HAWS, N.W.; PARASKEWICH, M.; HILPERT, M.; BALL, W.P. (2007).  Exploring relative rates of axial diffusion in a cylindrical macropore column.  Water Resources Research.  43.  W10409.
  • Dong W, Xie G, Miller TR, Franklin MP, Oxenberg TP, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP, Halden RU (2006).  Sorption and bioreduction of hexavalent uranium at a military facility by the Chesapeake Bay.  Environmental Pollution.  142(1).
  • Nguyen TH, Ball WP (2006).  Absorption and adsorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants to diesel and hexane soot.  Environmental Science and Technology.  40(9).
  • Haws NW, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP (2006).  The influence of biogeochemical conditions and level of model complexity when simulating cometabolic biodegradation in sorbent-water systems.  Advances in Water Resources.  29(4).
  • Brown RA, Kercher AK, Nguyen TH, Nagle DC, Ball WP (2006).  Production and characterization of synthetic wood chars for use as surrogates for natural sorbents.  Organic Geochemistry.  37(3).
  • Haws NW, Ball WP, Bouwer EJ (2006).  Modeling and interpreting bioavailability of organic contaminant mixtures in subsurface environments.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  82(3-4).
  • Brown, RA; Kercher, AK; Nguyen, TH; Nagle, DC; Ball, WP (2006).  Production and characterization of synthetic wood chars for use as surrogates for natural sorbents.  Organic Geochemistry.  37(3).  321-333.
  • HAWS, N.W.; BOUWER, E.J.; BALL, W.P. (2006).  The influence of biogeochemical conditions and level of model complexity when simulating cometabolic biodegradation in sorbent-water systems.  Advances in Water Resources.  29.  571-589.
  • DONG, W.; XIE, G.; MILLER, T.R.; FRANKLIN, M.P.; OXENBERG, .T.P.; E, J.; BOUWER, W.P.; BALL, R; HALDEN, U. (2006).  Sorption and Bioreduction of Hexavalent Uranium at a Military Facility by the Chesapeake Bay.  Environmental Pollution.  142:.  132-146.
  • Nguyen TH, Langley LA, Fairbrother DH, Ball WP (2005).  Sorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants to black carbons.  ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry - Preprints of Extended Abstracts.  45(2).
  • Dong W, Ball WP, Liu C, Wang Z, Stone AT, Bai J, Zachara JM (2005).  Influence of calcite and dissolved calcium on uranium(VI) sorption to a Hanford subsurface sediment.  Environmental Science and Technology.  39(20).
  • Nguyen TH, Sabbah I, Ball WP (2005).  Immobilization of soot particles in a silica matrix: A sorbent-carrier system for studying organic chemical sorption.  Environmental Science and Technology.  39(17).
  • Sabbah I, Ball WP, Young DF, Bouwer EJ (2005).  Misinterpretations in the modeling of contaminant desorption from environmental solids when equilibrium conditions are not fully understood.  Environmental Engineering Science.  22(3).
  • Nguyen TH, Goss KU, Ball WP (2005).  Polyparameter linear free energy relationships for estimating the equilibrium partition of organic compounds between water and the natural organic matter in soils and sediments.  Environmental Science and Technology.  39(4).
  • Nguyen, TH; Goss, KU; Ball, WP (2005).  Polyparameter linear free energy relationships for estimating the equilibrium partition of organic compounds between water and the natural organic matter in soils and sediments.  Environmental Science & Technology.  39(4).  913-924.
  • HAWS, N.W.; BALL, W.P.; BOUWER, E.J. (2005).  Modeling and Interpreting Bioavailability of Organic Contaminant Mixtures in Subsurface Environments.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  82(3-4).  255-292.
  • SABBAH, I.; BALL, W.P.; YOUNG, D.F.; BOUWER, E.J. (2005).  Misinterpretations in the Modeling of Contaminant Desorption from Environmental Solids when Equilibrium Conditions Are Not Fully Understood.  Environmental Engineering Science.  22(3).  350-356.
  • Nguyen, TH; Sabbah, I; Ball, WP (2005).  Immobilization of soot particles in a silica matrix: A sorbent-carrier system for studying organic chemical sorption.  Environmental Science & Technology.  39(17).  6527-6534.
  • Ball, WP; Elimelech, M; Tobiason, JE (2005).  In honor of Charles R. O'Melia: Researcher, scholar, engineer, and educator.  Environmental Science & Technology.  39(17).  352A-353A.
  • Dong, WM; Ball, WP; Liu, CX; Wang, ZM; Stone, AT; Bai, J; Zachara, JM (2005).  Influence of calcite and dissolved calcium on uranium(VI) sorption to a Hanford subsurface sediment.  Environmental Science & Technology.  39(20).  7949-7955.
  • Sabbah I, Ball WP, D'Adamo PC, Bouwer EJ (2004).  Modeling the effect of aging on naphthalene and phenanthrene desorption rates from borden sand.  ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry - Preprints of Extended Abstracts.  44(2).
  • Sabbah I, Ball WP, D'Adamo PC, Bouwer EJ (2004).  Modeling the effect of aging on naphthalene and phenanthrene desorption rates from Borden sand.  ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts.  228(1).
  • Nguyen TH, Sabbah I, Ball WP (2004).  Sorption nonlinearity for organic contaminants with diesel soot: Method development and isotherm interpretation.  Environmental Science and Technology.  38(13).
  • Weiss WJ, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP, O'Melia CR, Aboytes R, Speth TF (2004).  Riverbank filtration: Effect of ground passage on NOM character.  Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - AQUA.  53(2).
  • Nguyen TH, Brown RA, Ball WP (2004).  An evaluation of thermal resistance as a measure of black carbon content in diesel soot, wood char, and sediment.  Organic Geochemistry.  35(3).
  • Dong, WM; Ball, WP; Stone, AT; Bai, J; Liu, CX; Wang, ZM (2004).  Influence of calcite solids and dissolved calcium on U(VI) sorption and desorption in Hanford subsurface sediments..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  227.  U1043-U1044.
  • Langley, LA; Nguyen, TH; Ball, WP; Fairbrother, DH (2004).  Surface characterization of black carbon using chemical derivatization X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  228.  U702-U702.
  • Dong, WM; Oxenberg, TP; Ball, WP; Stone, AT; Bouwer, EJ (2004).  Influence of soil organic matter (SOM) on depleted uranium (Du(VI)) distribution and fate at Aberdeen proving ground.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  227.  U85-U85.
  • Ball, WP; D'Adamo, PC; Bouwer, EJ (2004).  Modeling the effect of aging on naphthalene and phenanthrene desorption rates from Borden sand..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  228.  U633-U633.
  • NGUYEN, T.H.; BROWN, R.A.; BALL, W.P. (2004).  An Evaluation of Thermal Resistance as a Measure of Black Carbon Content in Diesel Soot, Wood Char, and Sediment.  Organic Geochemistry.  35(3).  217-234.
  • Nguyen TH, Sabbah I, Ball WP (2004).  Immobilization of nanoparticles in diatomaceous earth: A synthetic sediment for studying sorption by environmental black carbon.  ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts.  228(1).
  • Nguyen, TH; Sabbah, I; Ball, WP (2004).  Response to comment on "Sorption nonlinearity for organic contaminants with diesel soot: Method development and isotherm interpretation".  Environmental Science & Technology.  38(20).  5486-5487.
  • Weiss, WJ; Bouwer, EJ; Ball, WP; O'Melia, CR; Aboytes, R; Speth, TF (2004).  Riverbank filtration: Effect of ground passage on NOM character.  Journal of Water Supply Research and Technology-Aqua.  53(2).  61-83.
  • Dong, WM; Oxenherg, TP; Ball, WP; Stone, AT; Bouwer, EJ (2004).  Sorption and desorption characteristics of depleted uranium (Du) at Aberdeen proving ground (APG), MD..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  227.  U90-U90.
  • Nguyen, TH; Sabbah, I; Ball, WP (2004).  Sorption nonlinearity for organic contaminants with diesel soot: Method development and isotherm interpretation (vol 38, pg 3593, 2004).  Environmental Science & Technology.  38(20).  5488-5488.
  • Nguyen, TH; Sabbah, I; Ball, WP (2004).  Sorption nonlinearity for organic contaminants with diesel soot: Method development and isotherm interpretation.  Environmental Science & Technology.  38(13).  3595-3603.
  • Weiss WJ, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP, O'Melia CR, Arora H, Speth TF (2003).  Comparing RBF with bench-scale conventional treatment for precursor reduction.  Journal / American Water Works Association.  95(12).
  • Nguyen TH, Sabbah I, Ball WP (2003).  Precise measures of sorption non-linearity for hydrophobic organic chemicals with diesel soot.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  43(2).
  • Weiss WJ, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP, O'Melia CR, LeChevallier MW, Arora H, Speth TF (2003).  Riverbank filtration - Fate of DBP precursors and selected microorganisms.  Journal / American Water Works Association.  95(10).
  • Klausen J, Vikesland PJ, Kohn T, Burris DR, Ball WP, Roberts AL (2003).  Longevity of granular iron in groundwater treatment processes: Solution composition effects on reduction of organohalides and nitroaromatic compounds.  Environmental Science and Technology.  37(6).
  • Brown, RA; Ball, WP (2003).  Sorption of chlorobenzene and 1,2-dichlorobenzene to NOM-loaded wood char..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  226.  U505-U505.
  • Nguyen, TH; Sabbah, I; Ball, WP (2003).  Precise measures of sorption non-linearity for hydrophobic organic chemical with diesel soot..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  226.  U487-U487.
  • Weiss, WJ; Bouwer, EJ; Ball, WP; O'Melia, CR; Lechevallier, MW; Arora, H; Speth, TF (2003).  Riverbank filtration - fate of DBP precursors and selected microorganisms.  Journal American Water Works Association.  95(10).  68-81.
  • Vikesland PJ, Klausen J, Zimmermann H, Roberts AL, Ball WP (2003).  Longevity of granular iron in groundwater treatment processes: Changes in solute transport properties over time.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  64(1-2).
  • Sabbah, I; Bouwer, EJ; Ball, WP (2003).  Misinterpretations of desorption rate in diffusively limited systems owing to deficiencies in equilibrium isotherm determination..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  226.  U504-U505.
  • KLAUSEN, J.; VIKESLAND, P.J.; KOHN, T.; BURRIS, D.R.; BALL, W.P.; ROBERTS, A.L. (2003).  Longevity of Granular Iron in Groundwater Treatment Processes: Solution Composition Effects on Reduction of Organohalides and Nitroaromatic Compounds.  Environmental Science and Technology.  37(6).  1208-1218.
  • VIKESLAND, P.J.; KLAUSEN, J.; ZIMMERMANN, H.; ROBERTS, A.L.; BALL, W.P. (2003).  Longevity of Granular Iron in Groundwater Treatment Processes: Changes in Solute Transport Properties over Time.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  64(1-2).  3-33.
  • Allen-King RM, Grathwohl P, Ball WP (2002).  New modeling paradigms for the sorption of hydrophobic organic chemicals to heterogeneous carbonaceous matter in soils, sediments, and rocks.  Advances in Water Resources.  25(8-12).
  • Allen-King, R.M.; Grathwohl, P.; Ball, W.P. (2002).  New Modeling Paradigms for the Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Chemicals to Heterogeneous Carbonaceous Matter in Soils, Sediments, and Rocks.  Advances in Water Resources.  25(8-12).  985-1016.
  • Liu C, Ball WP (2002).  Back diffusion of chlorinated solvent contaminants from a natural aquitard to a remediated aquifer under well-controlled field conditions: Predictions and measurements.  Ground Water.  40(2).
  • Vikesland PJ, Klausen J, Zimmermann H, Ball WP, Roberts AL (2000).  Contaminant reduction by Fe(0): evaluation of transport properties and chemical reactivity over time.  ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts.  40(2).
  • Ball WP, D'Adamo PC, Paraskewich MR, Bouwer EJ (2000).  Predicting sequestration effects for hydrophobic organic chemicals: Mountain of research and a modicum of application.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Vikesland PJ, Klausen J, Zimmermann H, Ball WP, Roberts AL (2000).  Contaminant reduction by Fe(0): Evaluation of transport properties and chemical reactivity over time.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  40(2).
  • Xia G, Ball WP (2000).  Polanyi-based models for the competitive sorption of low-polarity organic contaminants on a natural sorbent.  Environmental Science and Technology.  34(7).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (2000).  Column experimental design requirements for estimating model parameters from temporal moments under nonequilibrium conditions.  Advances in Water Resources.  23(5).
  • Liu C, Szecsody JE, Zachara JM, Ball WP (2000).  Use of the generalized integral transform method for solving equations of solute transport in porous media.  Advances in Water Resources.  23(5).
  • Mackay DM, Wilson RD, Brown MJ, Ball WP, Xia G, Durfee DP (2000).  A controlled field evaluation of continuous vs. pulsed pump-and-treat remediation of a VOC-contaminated aquifer: Site characterization, experimental setup, and overview of results.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  41(1-2).
  • LIU, C.; SZECSODY, J.E.; ZACHARA, J.M.; BALL, W.P. (2000).  Use of the Generalized Integral Transform Method for Solving Equations of Solute Transport in Porous Media.  Advances in Water Resources.  23(5).  483-492.
  • Vikesland PJ, Klausen J, Zimmermann H, Ball W, Roberts A (2000).  Contaminant reduction by Fe(0): Evaluation of transport properties and chemical reactivity over time.  Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society.  220(Part 1).  358.
  • XIA, G.; BALL, W.P. (2000).  Polanyi-Based Models for the Competitive Sorption of Low-Polarity Organic Contaminants on a Natural Sorbent.  Environmental Science and Technology.  34(7).  1246-1253.
  • Ball, WP; D'Adamo, PC; Paraskewich, MR; Bouwer, EJ (2000).  Predicting sequestration effects for hydrophobic organic chemicals: A mountain of research and a modicum of application..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  220.  U328-U328.
  • Arnold WA, Ball WP, Roberts AL (1999).  Polychlorinated ethane reaction with zero-valent zinc: Pathways and rate control.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  40(2).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1999).  Two-region linear/nonlinear sorption modeling: Batch and column experiments.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.  18(8).
  • Xia G, Ball WP (1999).  Adsorption-partitioning uptake of nine low-polarity organic chemicals on a natural sorbent.  Environmental Science and Technology.  33(2).
  • Chongxuan L, Ball WP (1999).  Application of inverse methods to contaminant source identification from aquitard diffusion profiles at Dover AFB, Delaware.  Water Resources Research.  35(7).
  • Young, DF; Ball, WP (1999).  Two-region linear/nonlinear sorption modeling: Batch and column experiments.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.  18(8).  1686-1693.
  • ARNOLD, W.A; BALL, W.P.; ROBERTS, A.L. (1999).  Polychlorinated Ethane Reaction with Zero-Valent Zinc: Pathways and Rate Control.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  40.  183-200.
  • Braghetta A, Digiano FA, Ball WP (1998).  NOM accumulation at NF membrane surface: impact of chemistry and shear.  Journal of Environmental Engineering.  124(11).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1998).  Estimating diffusion coefficients in low-permeability porous media using a macropore column.  Environmental Science and Technology.  32(17).
  • Liu C, Ball WP (1998).  Analytical modeling of diffusion-limited contamination and decontamination in a two-layer porous medium.  Advances in Water Resources.  21(4).
  • Kimani Njoroge BN, Ball WP, Cherry RS (1998).  Sorption of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene and tetrachloroethene within an authigenic soil profile: Changes in K(oc) with soil depth.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  29(4).
  • Braghetta, A; DiGiano, FA; Ball, WP (1998).  Nanofiltration of natural organic matter: pH and ionic strength effects (vol 123, pg 637, 1997).  Journal of Environmental Engineering-Asce.  124(1).  79-79.
  • NJOROGE, B.N.K.; BALL, W.P.; CHERRY, R.S. (1998).  Sorption of 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene and Tetrachloroethene within an authigenic soil profile: Changes in Koc with soil depth.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  29(4).  347-377.
  • Zhang WX, Bouwer EJ, Ball WP (1998).  Bioavailability of hydrophobic organic contaminants: Effects and implications of sorption-related mass transfer on bioremediation.  Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation.  18(1).
  • YOUNG, D.F.; BALL, W.P. (1998).  Estimating diffusion coefficients in low permeability aquitard material using a macropore column.  Environmental Science and Technology.  32(17).  2578-2584.
  • BRAGHETTA, A.; DIGIANO, F.A.; BALL, W.P. (1998).  NOM accumulation at the NF membrance surface: Impact of chemistry and shear.  Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE.  124(11).  1087-1098.
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1997).  Modeling batch and column data with two-region linear/nonlinear sorption models.  ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints.  37(2).
  • Braghetta, A; DiGiano, FA; Ball, WP (1997).  Nanofiltration of natural organic matter: pH and ionic strength effects.  Journal of Environmental Engineering-Asce.  123(7).  628-641.
  • Young, DF; Ball, WP (1997).  Modeling batch and column data with two-region linear/nonlinear sorption models..  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  214.  153-ENVR.
  • Ball WP, Xia G, Durfee DP, Wilson RD, Brown MJ, Mackay DM (1997).  Hot methanol extraction for the analysis of volatile organic chemicals in subsurface core samples from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.  Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation.  17(1).
  • Braghetta A, DiGiano FA, Ball WP (1997).  Nanofiltration of natural organic matter: pH and ionic strength effects.  Journal of Environmental Engineering.  123(7).
  • Ball, WP; Xia, G; Durfee, DP; Wilson, RD; Brown, MJ; Mackay, DM (1997).  Hot methanol extraction for the analysis of volatile organic chemicals in subsurface core samples from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.  Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation.  17(1).  104-121.
  • YOUNG, D.F.; BALL, W.P. (1997).  Injection Mode Effects on Tracer Experiments in Columns.  J Hydrologic Eng ASCE.  2(3).  113-119.
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1997).  Injection mode effects on tracer experiments in columns.  Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.  2(3).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1997).  Effects of column conditions on the first-order rate modeling of nonequilibrium solute breakthrough: Cylindrical macropores versus spherical media.  Water Resources Research.  33(5).
  • Ball WP, Liu C, Xia G, Young DF (1997).  A diffusion-based interpretation of tetrachloroethene and trichloroethene concentration profiles in a groundwater aquitard.  Water Resources Research.  33(12).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1995).  Effects of Column Conditions on the First‐Order Rate Modeling of Nonequilibrium Solute Breakthrough.  Water Resources Research.  31(9).
  • Young DF, Ball WP (1994).  A priori simulation of tetrachloroethene transport through aquifer material using an intraparticle diffusion model.  Environmental Progress.  13(1).
  • YOUNG, DF; BALL, WP (1994).  A-PRIORI SIMULATION OF TETRACHLOROETHENE TRANSPORT THROUGH AQUIFER MATERIAL USING AN INTRAPARTICLE DIFFUSION-MODEL.  Environmental Progress.  13(1).  9-20.
  • Jiang Z, Ball WP (1994).  Computer simulation of pulsed pumping for remediation under mass transfer limited conditions.  National Conference on Environmental Engineering.
  • Freiburger EJ, Jacobs TL, Ball WP (1993).  Probabilistic evaluation of packed-tower aeration designs for VOC removal.  Journal / American Water Works Association.  85(10).
  • FREIBURGER, EJ; JACOBS, TL; BALL, WP (1993).  PROBABILISTIC EVALUATION OF PACKED-TOWER AERATION DESIGNS FOR VOC REMOVAL.  Journal American Water Works Association.  85(10).  73-86.
  • Ball WP, Roberts PV (1992).  Comment on Long-term Sorption of Halogenated Organic Chemicals by Aquifer Material. 1. Equilibrium. [Erratum to Document Cited in CA115(4):35278s].  Environmental Science and Technology.  26(11).
  • BALL, WP; ROBERTS, PV (1992).  LONG-TERM SORPTION OF HALOGENATED ORGANIC-CHEMICALS BY AQUIFER MATERIAL .1. EQUILIBRIUM - COMMENT.  Environmental Science & Technology.  26(11).  2301-2302.
  • ROBERTS, PV; BALL, WP; MUNZ, C (1992).  EQUILIBRIUM AND RATE OF PHYSICAL TRANSPORT PROCESSES - INTERACTIONS, COMPLEMENTARY ROLES, AND RELATION TO CHEMICAL CONDITIONS.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society.  203.  261-ENVR.
  • Ball WP, Roberts PV (1991).  Long-Term Sorption of Halogenated Organic Chemicals by Aquifer Material. 2. Intraparticle Diffusion.  Environmental Science and Technology.  25(7).
  • Ball WP, Roberts PV (1991).  Long-Term Sorption of Halogenated Organic Chemicals by Aquifer Material. 1. Equilibrium.  Environmental Science and Technology.  25(7).
  • BALL, WP; ROBERTS, PV (1991).  LONG-TERM SORPTION OF HALOGENATED ORGANIC-CHEMICALS BY AQUIFER MATERIAL .1. EQUILIBRIUM.  Environmental Science & Technology.  25(7).  1223-1237.
  • BALL, WP; ROBERTS, PV (1991).  LONG-TERM SORPTION OF HALOGENATED ORGANIC-CHEMICALS BY AQUIFER MATERIAL .2. INTRAPARTICLE DIFFUSION.  Environmental Science & Technology.  25(7).  1237-1249.
  • BALL, WP; GOLTZ, MN; ROBERTS, PV (1991).  MODELING THE TRANSPORT OF SOLUTES INFLUENCED BY MULTIPROCESS NONEQUILIBRIUM - COMMENT.  Water Resources Research.  27(4).  653-656.
  • Ball WP, Buehler C, Harmon TC, Mackay DM, Roberts PV (1990).  Characterization of a sandy aquifer material at the grain scale.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  5(3).
  • Ball WP, Goltz MN, Roberts PV (1990).  Sorption rate studies with halogenated organic chemicals and sandy aquifer material. Implications for solute transport and groundwater remediation.  National Conference on Environmental Engineering.
  • Mackay DM, Ball WP, Durant MG (1986).  Variability of aquifer sorption properties in a field experiment on groundwater transport of organic solutes: Methods and preliminary results.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.  1(1-2).
  • MACKAY, D.M.; BALL, W.P.; DURANT, M.G. (1986).  Variability of aquifer sorption properties in a field experiment on groundwater transport of organic solutes: Methods and preliminary results.  J Contaminant Hydrol.  1(1).  119-132.
  • Ball WP, Jones MD, Kavanaugh MC (1984).  Mass transfer of volatile organic compounds in packed tower aeration.  Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation.  56(2).
  • Ball, W.P.; Jones, M.D.; Kavanaugh, M.C. (1984).  Mass Transfer of Volatile Organic Compounds in Packed Tower Aeration.  Journal Water Pollution Control Federation.  56(2).  127-136.
  • Kavanaugh MC, Ball WP, Carter KB, Cassel AF, Glaser HT, James CR, Sadick TE, Holmgren RS, Hancuff WR, DeBoice J, Tubbs L, Trussell RR (1981).  POTOMAC ESTUARY EXPERIMENTAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT: A CASE STUDY OF TREATING A HEAVILY POLLUTED SOURCE..  Proceedings - Water Reuse Symposium.  1.
Book Chapters
  • Fairbrother H, Smith B, Wnuk J, Wepasnick K, Ball WP, Cho H, Bangash FK (2008).  Surface Oxides on Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs): Effects on CNT Stability and Sorption Properties in Aquatic Environments.  Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: Environmental and Health Impacts.
  • Fairbrother, H.; Smith, B.; Wnuk, J.; Wespanick, K.; Ball, W.P.; Cho, H-H; Bangash, F.K. (2008).  Surface Oxides on Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs): Effects on CNT Stability and Sorption Properties in Aquatic Environments.  Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: Environmental and Health Impacts.  131-156.
  • BALL, WILLIAM P.; RAY, C.; MELIN, G.; LINSKY, R.B. (2003).  Reduction in DBP Precursors and Pathogens during Riverbank Filtration at Three Midwestern Drinking Water Utilities.  Riverbank Filtration: Improving Source-Water Quality.
  • Weiss, WJ; Bouwer, EJ; Ball, WP; O'Melia, CR; Arora, H; Speth, TF (2002).  Reduction in disinfection byproduct precursors and pathogens during riverbank filtration at three midwestern United States drinking water utilities.  Riverbank Filtration: Improving Source-Water Quality.  43.  147-173.
  • BALL, W.P.; STONE, A.T.; ROBERTS, A.L.; POWERS, S.E.; BISOGNI, J.J.; BURKEN, J.G.; PAGILLA, K. (2001).  Laboratory Study of Completely Mixed Flow Reactors Using UV/Visible Spectrophotometry.  AEESP Environmental Engineering Processes Laboratory Manual.
  • BALL, W.P.; CURTIS, G.P.; ROBERTS, P.V.; WARD, C.H.; SCALF, R.M.; CHERRY, J. (1997).  Physical/chemical processes affecting the subsurface fate and transport of synthetic organic chemicals.  Chapter in Subsurface Restoration.  27-58.
  • HARMON, T.C.; BALL, W.P.; ROBERTS, P.V.; SAWHNEY, B.L; BROWN, K. (1989).  Nonequilibrium transport of organic contaminants in groundwater.  Reactions and Movement of Organic Chemicals in Soils.  SSSA Sp.Publ. 22.  405-437.
Conference Proceedings
  • Perlman E, Burns R, Kazhdan M, Murphy RR, Ball W, Amenta N (2010).  Organization of data in non-convex spatial domains.  Scientific and Statistical Database Management.  Springer Berlin Heidelberg.  342-359.
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