Dr. Sybil Sharvelle


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34 Luthy, R. G., Sharvelle, S., Dillon, P. (2019) Urban Stormwater for Enhancing Water Supply. Environmental Science and Technology, 53:10. 2019
33 Hodgson, B., Sharvelle, S. (2019) Development of Generalized Emperical Models for Comparing Effectiveness of Wastewater Nutrient Removal Technologies. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, in press. 2019
32 Rasoulkhani, K., Mostavi, A., Cole, J., Sharvelle, S. (2019) Resilience-Based Infrastructure Planning and Asset Management: Study of Dual and Singular Water Distribution Infrastructure Performance Using A Simulation Approach, Sustainable Cities and Society, 48(July):101577. 2019
31 Quiroz Arita, C., Sheehan, J., Baral, N. R., Hughes, A. R., Peers, G., Hodgson, B. A., Sharvelle, S. E., Bradley, T. H. (2019). A Cyanobacterial Sidestream Nutrient Removal Process and Its Life Cycle Implications. BioEnergy Research, 12(1):217-228. 2019
30 Daigger, G. T., Sharvelle, S. E., Arabi, M., Love, N. G. (2019) Progress and Promise Transitioning to the One Water/Resource Recovery Integrated Urban Water Management Systems. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 145(10):04019061. 2019
29 Lackey, K., Sharkey, S., Sharvelle, S., Kehoe, P., Chang, T. (2019) Decentralized Water Reuse: Implementing and Regulating Onsite Non-Potable Water Systems, Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment, in press. 2019
28 Cole, J., Sharvelle, S., Grigg, N. S., Pivo, G., Haukaas, J. (2018). Collaborative, Risk-Informed, Triple Bottom Line, Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Planning Framework for Integrated Urban Water Management. Water, 10(12), 1722. 2018
27 Hodgson, B., S. Sharvelle, J. Silverstein, A. McKenna (2017) Impact of Water Conservation and Reuse on Water Systems and Receiving Water Body Quality, Environmental Engineering Science, 35:6, DOI:101089/ees.2017.0157. 2017
26 McKenna, A., J. Silverstein, B.Hodgson, S. Sharvelle (2017) Modeled Response of Wastewater Nutrient Treatment to Indoor Water Conservation, Environmental Engineering Science,  35:5, DOI:10.1089/ees.2017.0161. 2017
25 Negahban-Azar and S.Sharvelle (2017) Potential Changes in Soil Quality Resulting from Graywater Recycling for Landscape Irrigation, Water Environment Research, May:252-264. 2017
24 Sharvelle, S., A. Dozier, M. Arabi, B. Reichel (2017) A Geospatially-Enabled Web Tool for Urban Water Demand Forecasting and Assessment of Alternative Urban Water Management Strategies, Environmental Modelling and Software, 97:213-228. 2017
23 Cole, J., S. Sharvelle, D. Fourness, N. Grigg, L. Roesner, J. Haukaas (2017) Evaluation of Centralized and Decentralized Strategies for Dual Water Supply: A Case Study. ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 144(1). 2017
22 Wilson, Laura P., S. Sharvelle, S.K. DeLong (2016) “Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion Performance via Combined Solids and Leachate-based Hydrolysis Reactor Inoculation”, Bioresource Technology, 220(2016):94-103. 2016
21 Ekeren, Kristen M, B.A. Hodgson, S. Sharvelle, S.K. DeLong (2016) Investigation of Pathogen Disinfection and Regrowth in a Simple Graywater Recycling System for Toilet Flushing, Desalination and Water Treatment, DOI: 10.1080/19443994.2016.115992. 2016
20 Keely, Scott; Brinkman, Nichole; Zimmerman, Brian; Wendell, David; Ekeren, Kristen; De Long, Susan; Sharvelle, Sybil; Garland, Jay (2015) Characterization of the Relative Importance of Human- and Infrastructure-Associated Bacteria in Graywater: A Case Study, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 119(1). 2015
19 Chowdhury, R.K., S. Sharvelle, S. Beecham (2015) “Greywater Quality Changes in a Permeable Pavement Reservoir”, Water Management, DOI: 10.1680/wama.14.0010. 2015
18 Quinn, J.C., A. Hanif, S. Sharvelle, T.H. Bradley (2014) “Microalgae to Biofuels: Life Cycle Impacts of Anaerobically Digested Lipid Extracted Algae,” Bioresource Technology, 171(2014):37-43. 2014
17 Bergdolt, J., S. Sharvelle, L.A. Roesner (2013) “Estimation of Graywater Constituent Removal Rates in an Outdoor Free Water Surface Wetland in a Temperate Climate,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, 139(5), 766–771. 2013
16 Robins, C.A., S. Sharvelle (2013) “An Economic Analysis of Energy Generation and Food Waste Diversion for Enhanced Biogas Production at a Colorado Wastewater Treatment Facility,” Water Practice and Technology, 8(1):105-119. 2013
15 Wilson, L.P., L.H. Loetscher, S. Sharvelle, S.K. DeLong (2013) “Microbial Community Acclimation Enhances Waste Hyrolysis Rates Under Elevated Ammonia and Salinity Conditions,” Bioresource Technology, 146(2013):15-22. 2013
14 Negahban-Azar, M., S. Sharvelle, M. Stromberger, C. Olson, and L. Roesner (2012) “Fate of Graywater Constituents After Long-Term Application for Landscape Irrigation,” Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 223(8):4733-4749. 2012
13 Jokerst, Adam, S. Sharvelle, M. Hallowed, L. Roeser (2011) “Seasonal Performance of an Outdoor Constructed Wetland for Graywater Treatment in a Temperate Climate” Water Environment Research,83(12):2187-2198 2011
12 Gallagher, Neal, S. Sharvelle (2010) “Demonstration of Anaerobic Digestion of Black Water for Methane Capture and Use in an Office Building” Water Practice and Technology,DOI oi:10.2166/wpt.2011.008 2011
11 Sharvelle, S., Garland, J., and M. K. Banks (2008) “Biodegradation of Polyalcohol Ethoxylate by a Wastewater Microbial Consortium,” Biodegradation 19(2):215-221. 2008
10 Sharvelle, S., Skvarenina, E., and M.K. Banks (2008) “Biodegradation of Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate by a Wastewater Microbial Consortium.” ater Environment Research, 80:3:276-281. 2008
9 Sharvelle, S., McLamore E., and M.K. Banks (2008) “Hydrodynamic Characteristics in Biotrickling Filters as Affected by Packing Material and Hydraulic Loading Rate.” Journal of Environmental Engineering, 134(5):346-352. 2008
8 Sharvelle, S., Arabi, M., McLamore, E., and M.K. Banks (2008) “Model Development for Biotrickling Filter Treatment of Graywater Simulant and Waste Gas. I.” Journal of Environmental Engineering, 134:10:813-825. 2008
7 Sharvelle, S., Arabi, M., Mannering, F., and M.K. Banks (2008) “Model Sensitivity for Biotrickling Filter Treatment of Graywater and Waste Gas. II” Journal of Environmental Engineering, 134:10:826-834. 2008
6 Barry, B., Brophy S., Banks, M.K., Sharvelle, S., Oakes, W. (2008) “Developing Professional Competencies Through Challenge to Project Experiences.” International Journal of Engineering Education, 24-6. 2008
5 McLamore, E., Sharvelle, S., Huang, Z., Banks, M.K. (2007) “Simultaneous Treatment of Graywater and Waste Gas in a Biotrickling Filter,” Water Environment Research, 80:11:2096-2103. 2007
4 Sharvelle, S., Lattyak, R., and M.K. Banks (2007) “Evaluation of Biodegradability and Biodegradation Kinetics for Anionic, Nonionic, and Amphoteric Surfactants.” Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 183(1-4): 177–186. 2007
3 Sharvelle, S., McLamore, E., and M.K. Banks (2007) “Characterization of Effluent from Biological Trickling Filters Treating Graywater in Advanced Life Support Systems.” 11(3):95-104 2007
2 Sharvelle, S., Shah, N., and M.K. Banks (2007) “Influence of Support Media Characteristics on Biofilm Activity in Graywater Treatment Systems for Advanced Life Support,” 11(3):89-93. 2007
1 Kuchenrither, R.D., Sharvelle, S., and J. Silverstein (2002) “Risk Exposure Among Wastewater and Biosolids Workers.” Water Environment and Technology, 14(5):37-40. 2002