Meagan Mauter
Meagan Mauter
Associate Professor, Stanford University
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Environmental applications of carbon-based nanomaterials
MS Mauter, M Elimelech
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (16), 5843-5859, 2008
13202008
Microbial cytotoxicity of carbon-based nanomaterials: implications for river water and wastewater effluent
S Kang, MS Mauter, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 43 (7), 2648-2653, 2009
3822009
Physicochemical determinants of multiwalled carbon nanotube bacterial cytotoxicity
S Kang, MS Mauter, M Elimelech
Environmental science & technology 42 (19), 7528-7534, 2008
3432008
Antifouling ultrafiltration membranes via post-fabrication grafting of biocidal nanomaterials
MS Mauter, Y Wang, KC Okemgbo, CO Osuji, EP Giannelis, M Elimelech
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 3 (8), 2861–2868, 2011
2282011
Risks and risk governance in unconventional shale gas development
MJ Small, PC Stern, E Bomberg, SM Christopherson, BD Goldstein, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (15), 8289-8297, 2014
1672014
New perspectives on nanomaterial aquatic ecotoxicity: Production impacts exceed direct exposure impacts for carbon nanotubes
MJ Eckelman, MS Mauter, J Isaacs, M Elimelech
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (5), 2902–2910, 2012
1502012
Regional variation in water-related impacts of shale gas development and implications for emerging international plays
MS Mauter, PJJ Alvarez, A Burton, DC Cafaro, W Chen, KB Gregory, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (15), 8298-8306, 2014
1252014
The role of nanotechnology in tackling global water challenges
MS Mauter, I Zucker, F Perreault, JR Werber, JH Kim, M Elimelech
Nature Sustainability 1 (4), 166-175, 2018
1092018
Nanotechnology for sustainable food production: promising opportunities and scientific challenges
SM Rodrigues, P Demokritou, N Dokoozlian, CO Hendren, B Karn, ...
Environmental Science: Nano 4 (4), 767-781, 2017
962017
Quantity, quality, and availability of waste heat from United States thermal power generation
DB Gingerich, MS Mauter
Environmental science & technology 49 (14), 8297-8306, 2015
912015
Nanocomposites of vertically aligned single-walled carbon nanotubes by magnetic alignment and polymerization of a lyotropic precursor
MS Mauter, M Elimelech, CO Osuji
ACS Nano 4 (11), 6651–6658, 2010
832010
Investment optimization model for freshwater acquisition and wastewater handling in shale gas production
L Yang, IE Grossmann, MS Mauter, RM Dilmore
AIChE Journal 61 (6), 1770-1782, 2015
652015
Multiobjective optimization model for minimizing cost and environmental impact in shale gas water and wastewater management
TV Bartholomew, MS Mauter
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 4 (7), 3728-3735, 2016
522016
Bacterial nanocellulose aerogel membranes: novel high-porosity materials for membrane distillation
ME Leitch, C Li, O Ikkala, MS Mauter, GV Lowry
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 3 (3), 85-91, 2016
492016
Osmotically assisted reverse osmosis for high salinity brine treatment
TV Bartholomew, L Mey, JT Arena, NS Siefert, MS Mauter
Desalination 421, 3-11, 2017
472017
Environmental life-cycle assessment of disposable bioreactors
M Mauter
Bioprocess int 7 (4), 18-29, 2009
472009
Modular polymerized ionic liquid block copolymer membranes for CO 2/N 2 separation
BJ Adzima, SR Venna, SS Klara, H He, M Zhong, DR Luebke, MS Mauter, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2 (21), 7967-7972, 2014
432014
Expert elicitation of trends in Marcellus oil and gas wastewater management
MS Mauter, VR Palmer
Journal of Environmental Engineering 140 (5), B4014004, 2014
402014
Fundamental challenges and engineering opportunities in flue gas desulfurization wastewater treatment at coal fired power plants
DB Gingerich, E Grol, MS Mauter
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 4 (7), 909-925, 2018
332018
Water treatment capacity of forward-osmosis systems utilizing power-plant waste heat
X Zhou, DB Gingerich, MS Mauter
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 54 (24), 6378-6389, 2015
332015
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