A. OLA OPARA portrait
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Geography Department
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Publications

  • A. Opara (date unknown). A. Opara. Biochemically Enhanced Methane Production from Coal. PhD Dissertation, University of Utah, 2012. Accepted, .
  • A. Opara (date unknown). Opara, A. Membrane Separation of Cyanide Species. MSc Thesis, The University of Utah, May 2010.. Accepted, .
  • Adams, D.J. (date unknown). Adams, D.J.; Peoples, M.; Opara, A. New Electro-Biochemical Reactor for Treatment of Wastewaters. In Water in Mineral Processing, Drelich, J., Ed., Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, 2012.. Accepted, .
  • A. Opara (date unknown). A. Opara, D.J. Adams, and M. Peoples. Pilot system successfully removes metals, inorganics. Industrial Water World, Vol. 13, No. 2, March/April, 2013. Accepted, .
  • A. Opara (date unknown). Opara, A.; Peoples, M.J.; Adams, D.J.; Maehl, W. The Landusky Mine Biotreatment System: Comparison of Conventional Bioreactor Performance with a New Electro-Biochemical Reactor (EBR) Technology. Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, 2014. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Hupka, J.; Opara, A.; Janczarek, M. Environmental Threats during Operation of Subsea Gas Pipelines (in Polish). Przemysl Chemiczny, 2010, 8, 916-922. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Opara, A.; Hupka, J. Methane as a Fuel in Sustainable Transportation (in Polish). Przeglad Komunalny, 2008, 8, 69-71. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Opara, A.; Hupka, J. Methane Hydrates as an Energy Source (in Polish). Czysta Energia, 2007, 8, 36-37. Accepted, .
  • A. Opara (date unknown). Opara, A.; Adams, D.J.; Free, M.L.; McLennan, J.; Hamilton, J. Microbial production of methane and carbon dioxide from lignite, bituminous coal, and coal waste materials. International Journal of Coal Geology. Accepted, .
  • Yin, X. (date unknown). Yin, X.; Opara, A.; Du, H.; Miller, J.D. Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Metal-Cyanide Complexes: Fundamental Considerations in Gold Hydrometallurgy. Hydrometallurgy 2011, 106, 64-70. Accepted, .

Research Keywords

  • Biomedical Research (multidisciplinary)
  • Bioinformatics
  • Carbon Compounds