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Heather Shipley, Ph.D.

Journal Publications

  • Jinxuan Hu and Heather J. Shipley. “Regeneration of Spent TiO2 nanoparticles for Pb (II), Cu (II) and Zn (II) Removal” (2012) Journal of Hazardous Materials (submitted)
  • James T. Jenkins, David L. Halaney, Konstantin V. Sokolov, Leo L. Ma, Heather J. Shipley, Smridhi Mahajan, Reto Asmis, Thomas E. Milner, Keith P. Johnston, Marc D. Feldman. “Excretion and Toxicity of Gold-Iron Nanoparticles” (2012) Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine (accepted)
  • Heather J. Shipley, Karen E. Engates, Valerie Grover. “Removal of Pb, Cd, Cu, and Zn by Hematite Nanoparticles: Effect of Solid Concentration, pH, Temperature and Exhaustion” (2012), Journal of Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (in press).
  • Timothy T. Yuen, Can Saygin, Heather J. Shipley, HungDa Wan, David Akopian. “Choosing to major in engineering based on interests, perceptions, and experiences” (2012) International Journal of Engineering Education (in press).
  • Eugenio Recio-Oviedo, Drew Johnson, Heather J. Shipley. “Evaluation of hydrogen sulfide concentration and control in a sewer system” (2012), Environmental Technology. (in press).
  • Jinxuan Hu, Heather J. Shipley.  “Evaluation of Desorption Phenomena of Pb(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II) from Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles” (2012), Science of the Total Environment .431, 209-220.
  • Valerie Grover, Jinxuan Hu, Karen E. Engates, Heather J. Shipley. "A study of Hematite Nanoparticles for Metal Remediation: Adsorption, Desorption, and Regeneration" (2012), Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 31, 86-92. Special Issue “Nanomaterials in the Environment”
  • Heather J. Shipley, Yan Gao, Amy T. Kan, Mason B. Tomson. (2011) “Mobilization of trace metals and inorganic compounds during resuspension of anoxic sediments from Trepangier Bayou, Louisiana” Journal of Environmental Quality. 40, 484-491
  • Heather J. Shipley, Karen E. Engates, and Allison M. Guettner. "Study of Iron oxide Nanoparticles in Soil for Remediation of Arsenic" (2011) Journal of Nanoparticle Research 13, 2387-2397.
  • Karen E. Engates, Heather J. Shipley. “Heavy Metal Removal Using Titanium Dioxide Anatase Nanoparticles and Bulk Media” (2011) Environmental Science and Pollution Research 18, 386.
  • Heather J. Shipley, Sujin Yean, Amy T. Kan, Mason B. Tomson. "A Sorption Kinetics Model to Predict Arsenic Adsorption to Magnetite Nanoparticles" (2010)Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 17, 1053.
  • Heather J. Shipley, Sujin Yean, Amy T. Kan, Mason B. Tomson. "Effect of Solid Concentration, pH, IS, and Temperature on Arsenic Adsorption" (2009) Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 28, 509-515.
  • Weichun Yang, Lin Duan, Nan Zhang, Chendong Zhang, Heather J. Shipley, Amy T. Kan, Mason B. Tomson, Wei Chen. “Resistant Desorption of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Typical Chinese Soils: Implications for Long-term Fate and Soil Quality Standards” (2008) Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 27, 235-242.
  • Cafer T. Yavuz, J. T. Mayo, William W. Yu, Arjun Prakash, Joshua C. Falkner, Sujin Yean, Lili Cong, Heather J. Shipley, Amy Kan, Mason Tomson, Douglas Natelson, Vicki L. Colvin.(2006) “Low-Field Magnetic Separation of Monodisperse Fe3O4 Nanocrystals’ Science. 314, 964-967

Conference Presentations:

  • Heather J. Shipley, “Water: An Environmental Engineering Perspective” Zamorano University, Honduras May 2012
  • Heather J. Shipley, “Adaptations to Environmental Chemistry Course: Content and Teaching Methods”, American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, March 2011                                      
  • Timothy T. Yuen, Can Saygin, Heather J. Shipley, HungDa Wan, David Akopian “Interactive Technology Experience Center for K-12 STEM Education: From Summer Camps to Robotics Competitions”, ASEE Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 2012.
  • Jinxuan Hu and Heather Shipley “Regeneration of Spent Nano TiO2 for Aquatic Metal Removal", Presentation, American Chemical Society March 2012, San Diego, CA.
  • Tanzina Rahman, Jessica George, Heather Shipley “Transport of Al2O3 Nanoparticles in Sand: Effects of Ionic Strength, pH and Flow Rate", Presentation, American Chemical Society 2011 Southwest Regional Conference, November 2011, Austin, TX.
  • Jinxuan Hu and Heather Shipley “Thermodynamic Study of Metal Desorption from Anatase Nanoparticles", Presentation, American Chemical Society 2011 Southwest Regional Conference, November 2011, Austin, TX.
  • Valerie Grover, Jinxuan Hu, Karen E. Engates, Heather J. Shipley “Sorption of Metals to Hematite Nanoparticles: Competitive and Temperature Effects” American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, March 2011
  • Carolina Contreras, Krista Paredes, Jessica George, Heather J. Shipley “Stability and Mobility of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Porous Media”. Proceedings of 2011 American Society Engineering Education-GSW Conference (2011) T1C-4 (Best Graduate Student Paper Award)
  • Jinxuan Hu, Valerie Grover, Karen E. Engates, Heather J. Shipley “Desorption of Metals from Metal Oxide Nanoparticles: Equilibrium and Kinetics Studies” American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, March 2011
  • Heather J. Shipley, Karen E. Engates, Valerie Grover, Jinxuan Hu “Metal Removal by Commercial Metal Oxide Nanoparticles: Adsorption, Desorption, and Exhaustion Studies” Nano 2010: Environmental Effects of Nanomaterials and Nanoparticles, Clemson, SC. August 2010.
  • Carolina Contreras, Krista Paredes, Jessica George, Heather J. Shipley “Stability and Mobility of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Porous Media” American Chemical Society, Boston, MA, August 2010, Paper #333.
  • Valerie Grover, Karen E. Engates, Jinxuan Hu, Carolina Contreras, Heather J. Shipley “Removal of Heavy Metal using Commercial Metal Oxide Nanoparticles” IWA EDGE Conference, Phoenix, AZ, June 2010
  • Karen Engates and Heather J. Shipley “Heavy metal removal by metal oxide nanoparticles in batch studies” American Chemical Society, San Francisco, CA, March 2010, Paper #18725.
  • Heather J. Shipley, Karen E. Engates, Allison Guettner, Carolina Contreras, Krista Paredes “Removal of Metals and Arsenic by Commercial Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Batch and Column Experiments” 4th International Conference on Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials, Vienna, Austria, September 2009
  • Heather J. Shipley and Karen Engates “Heavy Metal and Arsenic Sorption to Metal Oxide Nanoparticles for Environmental Applications” AEESP Conference, Iowa City, IA, July 2009
  • Heather J. Shipley “Applications and Implications of Nanomaterials on the Environment” Women’s International Research and Engineering Summit, Barcelona, Spain, June 2009
  • Karen E. Engates and Heather J. Shipley. “ Batch Studies of Nano-Iron Oxides and Heavy Metal Sorption”. Proceedings of 2009 American Society Engineering Education-GSW Conference (2009) TB4-2

 


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