Dr. Rouff evaluates sustainably sourced sorbents, such as biochar and wastewater derived materials, for removal of dissolved contaminants and capture of atmospheric gases. She applies thermoanalytical techniques to characterize and determine the stability of organic carbon in soils.
#Barreto, M.S.C., J. Schellekens, #M.V. Ramlogan, A. A. Rouff, E.J. Elzinga, P, Vidal-Torrado, L.R.F. Alleoni (2021) Effects of horticulture on soil organic matter properties in highly weathered tropical soils Soil & Tillage Research 213 105156. External Https://doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2021.105156
#Rabinovich, A., J.R. Heckman, B. Lew and A.A. Rouff (2021) Magnesium Supplementation for Improved Struvite Recovery from Dairy Lagoon Wastewater Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 9, 105628. External Https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2021.105628
#Barreto M.S.C., #M. V. Ramlogan, D.M. Oliveira, E.E. Verburg, E.J. Elzinga, A.A. Rouff., M. Jemo, L.R.F. Alleoni (2021) Thermal Stability of Soil Organic Carbon After Long-Term Manure Application Across Land Uses And Tillage Systems In An Oxisol Catena, 200, 105164. External Https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2021.105164
#Rabinovich, A. and A.A. Rouff (2021) Effect of Phenolic Organics on the Precipitation of Struvite from Simulated Dairy Wastewater ACS EST Water 1, 910–918 External Https://doi.org/10.1021/acs water.0c00234
#Goswami, O. and A.A. Rouff (2021) Soil Lead Concentration and Speciation in Community Farms of Newark, New Jersey, USA. Soil Systems 5, 2 Externalhttps://doi.org/10.3390/soilsystems5010002
#Barreto M.S.C., E.J. Elzinga, #M. V. Ramlogan, A.A. Rouff., L.R.F. Alleoni (2021) Calcium enhances adsorption and thermal stability of organic compounds on soil minerals, Chemical Geology 559, 119804. External Https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119804
#Ramlogan, M.V., #A. Rabinovich and A.A. Rouff (2020) Thermochemical Analysis of Ammonia Gas Sorption by Struvite from Livestock Wastes and Comparison with Biochar and Metal–Organic Framework Sorbents Environmental Science & Technology, 54, 13264–13273. External Https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.0c02572