TEAPREVU: A numerical simulation model of Terminal Electron-Accepting Processes in a Representative Elementary Volume of Uranium-contaminated subsurface sediment. Prepared for U.S. DOE Natural and Accelerated Bioremediation Program. E.E. Roden, Y. Fang, T. D. Scheibe, S. C. Brooks, and W. D. Burgos (January 2005).
Numerical Model of Sediment Diagenesis and Hg Speciation. Prepared for NSF Biocomplexity in the Environmental Proposal “Biocomplexity of mercury methylation: genomic to ecosystem approaches toward a predictive model”. C. Gilmour, PI/PD; A. Heyes, R.P. Mason, M.T. Suzuki, E.E. Roden, G.R. Aiken, R.A. Bodaly, and R.C. Harris, Co-PIs (January 2003).
Reactive Transport Simulation of Microbial Redox Processes and Coupled Fe-S-As Biogeochemistry in Alluvial Aquifer Sediments. Prepared for NSF Biocomplexity in the Environmental Proposal “Environmental implications of the coupled biogeochemical cycles of iron and arsenic”, J. Saunders, PI/PD; M.K. Lee, C. Morton, M.O. Barnett, E.E. Roden, C. Zheng, Co-PIs (March 2001).
Numerical Simulation of U(VI) Reductive Immobilization in Fe(III) Oxide-Reducing Subsurface Sediments. Prepared for U.S. DOE Environmental Management Science Proposal “Reductive immobilization of U(VI) in Fe(III) oxide-reducing subsurface sediments: analysis of coupled microbial-geochemical processes in experimental reactive transport systems”, E.E. Roden, PI/PD; M.M. Urrutia, M.O. Barnett, and C.J. Lange, Co-PIs. (March 2000).
Reactive Transport Simulation of U(VI) Reductive Immobilization in Fe(III) Oxide-Reducing Subsurface Sediments. Prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, NABIR Program, Biogeochemical Dynamics Element Proposal “The Effect of Spatial Variability in the Distributions of Metal Reducing Bacteria and Sediment Properties on Immobilization of Uranium(VI) in Groundwater Plumes”, C.J. Murray, PI/PD; T. Scheibe, E.E. Roden, S. Hubbard, and P. Jaffe, Co-PIs. (February, 2000).