Paul D. Jensen
Paul D. Jensen
Australian Centre for Water and Environmental Biotechnology
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Methylotrophic methanogenesis discovered in the archaeal phylum Verstraetearchaeota
I Vanwonterghem, PN Evans, DH Parks, PD Jensen, BJ Woodcroft, ...
Nature microbiology 1 (12), 1-9, 2016
Linking microbial community structure, interactions and function in anaerobic digesters using new molecular techniques
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, DP Ho, DJ Batstone, GW Tyson
Current opinion in biotechnology 27, 55-64, 2014
Deterministic processes guide long-term synchronised population dynamics in replicate anaerobic digesters
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, PG Dennis, P Hugenholtz, K Rabaey, ...
The ISME journal 8 (10), 2015-2028, 2014
Free nitrous acid (FNA)-based pretreatment enhances methane production from waste activated sludge
Q Wang, L Ye, G Jiang, PD Jensen, DJ Batstone, Z Yuan
Environmental science & technology 47 (20), 11897-11904, 2013
Pre-treatment mechanisms during thermophilic–mesophilic temperature phased anaerobic digestion of primary sludge
H Ge, PD Jensen, DJ Batstone
Water research 44 (1), 123-130, 2010
Identification of synergistic impacts during anaerobic co-digestion of organic wastes
S Astals, DJ Batstone, J Mata-Alvarez, PD Jensen
Bioresource technology 169, 421-427, 2014
Temperature phased anaerobic digestion increases apparent hydrolysis rate for waste activated sludge
H Ge, PD Jensen, DJ Batstone
Water Research 45 (4), 1597-1606, 2011
Anaerobic co-digestion of pig manure and algae: impact of intracellular algal products recovery on co-digestion performance
S Astals, RS Musenze, X Bai, S Tannock, S Tait, S Pratt, PD Jensen
Bioresource technology 181, 97-104, 2015
Assessing the role of biochemical methane potential tests in determining anaerobic degradability rate and extent
PD Jensen, H Ge, DJ Batstone
Water Science and Technology 64 (4), 880, 2011
Methanosarcinaceae and acetate-oxidizing pathways dominate in high-rate thermophilic anaerobic digestion of waste-activated sludge
DP Ho, PD Jensen, DJ Batstone
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (20), 6491-6500, 2013
The opportunity for high-performance biomaterials from methane
PJ Strong, B Laycock, SNS Mahamud, PD Jensen, PA Lant, G Tyson, ...
Microorganisms 4 (1), 11, 2016
Temperature and solids retention time control microbial population dynamics and volatile fatty acid production in replicated anaerobic digesters
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, K Rabaey, GW Tyson
Scientific reports 5 (1), 8496, 2015
Anaerobic Processes
DJ Batstone, PD Jensen
ChemInform 43 (6), no-no, 2012
Genome‐centric resolution of microbial diversity, metabolism and interactions in anaerobic digestion
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, K Rabaey, GW Tyson
Environmental microbiology 18 (9), 3144-3158, 2016
Anaerobic membrane bioreactors enable high rate treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater
PD Jensen, SD Yap, A Boyle-Gotla, J Janoschka, C Carney, M Pidou, ...
Biochemical Engineering Journal 97, 132-141, 2015
Effects of temperature and hydraulic retention time on acetotrophic pathways and performance in high-rate sludge digestion
D Ho, P Jensen, D Batstone
Environmental science & technology 48 (11), 6468-6476, 2014
Anaerobic codigestion of sewage sludge and glycerol, focusing on process kinetics, microbial dynamics and sludge dewaterability
PD Jensen, S Astals, Y Lu, M Devadas, DJ Batstone
Water research 67, 355-366, 2014
Increased temperature in the thermophilic stage in temperature phased anaerobic digestion (TPAD) improves degradability of waste activated sludge
H Ge, PD Jensen, DJ Batstone
Journal of Hazardous Materials 187 (1-3), 355-361, 2011
Digestion of waste bananas to generate energy in Australia
WP Clarke, P Radnidge, TE Lai, PD Jensen, MT Hardin
Waste Management 28 (3), 527-533, 2008
Integrated biodiesel and biogas production from microalgae: Towards a sustainable closed loop through nutrient recycling
LM González-González, DF Correa, S Ryan, PD Jensen, S Pratt, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 1137-1148, 2018
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