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Prof. Andrei L. Barkovskii

Georgia College & State University, USA

Email: andrei.barkovskii@gcsu.edu


1986  Ph.D., Supreme Certification Committee, USSR

1977  M.Sc., Saratov State University, USSR

Publications (selected)

  1. Barkovskii, A.L., Coleman, C. 2011, Persistence and Profiles of Tetracycline Resistance Genes in Swine Farms and Impact of Operational Practices on Their Occurrence in Farms’ Vicinity, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. DOI 10.1007/s11270-011-0838-1.
  2. Barkovskii, A.L., Green, C., Hurley, D. 2010, The Occurrence, Spatial and Temporal Distribution, and Environmental Routes of Tetracycline Resistance and Integrase Genes in Grassostrea virginica Beds, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60, 2215-2224.
  3. Barkovskii A. L., H. Fukui, J. Leisen, S-H. Kim, T. L. Marsh, A. I. Khijniak, J. 2009, Rearrangement of Bacterial Community Structure during Peat Diagenesis. Soil Biol. Biochem., 41, 135-143.
  4. Barkovskii, A.L., Coleman, C. 2009, Persistent and Transient Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Swine Feeding Operations and Their Environmental Fate as Affected by Farms’ Operational Practices. Proceedings of 2009 Annual Meeting on Microbial Ecology, p.189, Ningbo, China.
  5. Fu Q., Barkovskii A. L., Adriaens P. 2005, Microbial Dechlorination of PCDDs in Estuarine Environments: Effects of Respiratory Conditions and Priming Compound on Community Structure and Dechlorination Patterns. Marine Environ. Res., 59, 177-195.
  6. Barkovskii A.L., Fukui H. 2004 A Simple Method for Differential Isolation of Freely-Dispersed and Particle-Associated Peat Microorganisms. J. Microbiol. Methods, 56, 93-105.
  7. C. L. Gruden, Fu, Q. S, Barkovskii A. L., Albrecht I. D., Lynam M. M., Adriaens P. 2003 Dechlorination of Sediment Dioxins: Catalysts, Mechanisms, and Implications for Remedial Strategies and Dioxin Cycling, p. 347-373. In: Dehalogenation: Microbial Processes and Environmental Applications (M. M. Häggblom, I. D. Bossert, Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.
  8. Adriaens P, Barkovskii A. L. 2002, Fate and Microbial Degradation of Halogenated Aromatics, p. 1238-1252. In: Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology (G. Britton, Ed.-in-Chief), Wiley & Sons.
  9. Fu Q. S., Barkovskii A. L., Adriaens P. 2001, Dioxin Cycling in Aquatic Sediments: The Passaic River Estuary. Chemosphere, 43, 643-648.
  10. Adriaens P., Fu Q. S., Albrecht I. D., Barkovskii A. L. 2001 The Dioxin Conundrum: Sources, Sinks, and Natural Attenuation. Batelle Press.
  11. Barkovskii A. L., 2001, Bacterial Reductive Dehalogenation in the Rhizosphere. In: Pesticide Biotransformation in Plants and Microorganisms, (R. E. Hoagland, R. M. Zablotowicz, J. C. Hall, Eds), Oxford Press, ACS. Symp. Ser. 777, 283-308.
  12. Fu Q., Barkovskii A. L., Adriaens P. 1999, Reductive Transformation of Dioxins: An Assessment of the Contribution of Dissolved Organic Matter to Dechlorination Reactions. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33, 3837-3842.
  13. Albrecht I. D., Barkovskii A. L., Adriaens P.1999, Production and Dechlorination of 2, 3, 7, 8-TetraCDD in Historically-Contaminated Estuarine Sediments. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33, 737-744.
  14. Weber W. J., Kim H. S., Barkovskii A. L., 1999, Biotreatment of hPAH-Contaminanted Soils in Intermittently Mixed Batch Reactors. In: Phytoremediation and Innovative Strategies for Specialized Remedial Applications (A. Leeson and B. C. Alleman, Eds), p. 75-80, Battelle Press, Columbus-Richland.
  15. Adriaens P., Fu Q., Albrecht I. D., Barkovskii A. L. 1999, Effect of Sediment Biogeochemistry on Dioxin Dechlorination Patterns: The New York-New Jersey Estuary. Organohalogen Compounds, 41, 373-378.
  16. Adriaens P., Barkovskii A. L., Albrecht I. D. 1999, Fate of Halogenated Aromatic Compounds in Soils and Sediments, p. 175-212. In: Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils (D. C. Adriano, J.-M. Bollag, W. T. Frankenburger, and R. Sims, eds). Soil Science Society of America Press, Madison, WI.
  17. Barkovskii A. L., Adriaens P., 1998, Impact of Humic Constituents on Microbial Dechlorination of Polychlorinated Dioxins. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 17, 1013-1020.