Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty at the University of Delaware.

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Jennie Saxe

Jennie Saxe

Assistant Professor
343A DuPont Hall
Newark, Delaware 19716
Phone: (302) 831-2446
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EDUCATION

2003 | Ph.D. | University of Delaware, Department of Civil and
2000 | M.A.S. | University of Delaware
1998 | B.S.P.H. | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

SHORT BIO

  • Environmental engineering and public health
  • Undergraduate instruction and advising

RESEARCH AREAS/SUSTAINABILITY

  • Environmental and Water Resources

SELECT PUBLICATIONS

  1. Impellitteri C, Saxe J.P., Schmitt E.C., and Young, K.R. (2011) A survey on the temporal and spatial
    distribution of perchlorate in the Potomac River. J. Environ. Monit., 13, 2277-2283.
  2. Saxe J.P., Lubenow B.L., Chiu P.C., Huang C.-P., and Cha D.K. (2006) Enhanced Biodegradation of Azo
    Dyes using an Integrated Elemental Iron Pretreatment-Activated Sludge System I: Evaluation of Integrated
    Treatment System Performance. Water Env. Res. 78, 19-25.
  3. Saxe J.P., Lubenow B.L., Chiu P.C., Huang C.-P., and Cha D.K. (2006) Enhanced Biodegradation of Azo
    Dyes using an Integrated Elemental Iron -Activated Sludge System II: Effect of Physical Chemical Parameters.
    Water Env. Res. 78, 26-30.
  4. Perey J.R., Chiu P.C., Huang C.-P. and Cha D.K. (2002) Zero Valent Iron Pretreatment for Enhancing the
    Biodegradability of Azo Dyes. Water Env. Res. 74,221-225.
  5. Perey J.R., Oh S.-Y., Lubenow B.L., Cha D.K., Chiu P.C. and Huang C.-P. (2001) Enhancing
    Biodegradability of Refractory Aromatics: Pretreatment with Elemental Iron. in: Ex Situ Biological Treatment
    Technologies: The Sixth International In Situ and On Site Bioremediation Symposium. p. 149-155. Battelle
    Press, Columbus.

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