Peer Reviewed Manuscripts

  1. Bachand, P.A.M., Vaithiyanathan, P., Richardson, C.J. (2020). Phosphorus removal improvements and cost reductions leveraging cationic polymers and anionic polyacrylamides in Chemically Enhanced Treatment Wetlands (CETW) systems. Ecological Engineering, 146(1), 105722. Published: 2020.

  2. Bachand, P.A.M., Bachand, S.M., Kraus, T.E.C., Stern, D., Liang, Y.L. and Horwath, W.R. (2019). Sequestration and Transformation in Chemically Enhanced Treatment Wetlands: DOC, DBPPs, and Nutrients. Publicly Available on ASCE Library , "Journal of Environmental Engineering", 145(8), 04019044, Published: 2019.

  3. Bachand, P.A.M., Kraus, T.E.C., Horwath, W.R., Hatch, N.R., Bachand, S.M. (2019). Chemically Enhanced Treatment Wetland to Improve Water Quality and Mitigate Land Subsidence in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta: Cost and Design Considerations. Publicly Available on San Francisco Estuary & Watershed. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, 17, 3. Published: 2019

  4. Bachand, S.M., Kraus, T.E.C., Stern, D., Liang, Y.L., Horwath, W.R. and Bachand, P.A.M. (2019). Aluminum- and iron-based coagulation for in-situ removal of dissolved organic carbon, disinfection byproducts, mercury and other constituents from agricultural drain water. Publicly Available on ScienceDirect, "Ecological Engineering", 134, pp. 26-38, Published: 2019.

  5. Liang, Y.L., Kraus, T.E.C., Silva, L.C., Bachand, P.A.M., Bachand, S.M., Doane, T.A. and Horwath, W.R. (2019). Effects of ferric sulfate and polyaluminum chloride coagulation enhanced treatment wetlands on Typha growth, soil and water chemistry. Publicly Available on ScienceDirect, "Science of the Total Environment", 648, pp. 116-124.

  6. Bachand, P.A.M., Kraus, T.E.C., Stumpner, E.B., Bachand, S.M., Stern, D., Liang, Y.L. and Horwath, W.R. (2019). Mercury sequestration and transformation in chemically enhanced treatment wetlands. Publicly Available on Chemosphere, "Chemosphere", 217, pp. 496-506, Published: 2019.

  7. Stumpner, E.B., Kraus, T.E.C., Liang, Y.L., Bachand, S.M., Horwath, W.R. and Bachand, P.A.M. (2018). Sediment accretion and carbon storage in constructed wetlands receiving water treated with metal-based coagulants. Publicly Available on ScienceDirect, "Ecological Engineering", 111, pp. 176-185, Published: 2018.

  8. Bachand, PAM, S.B. Roy, J.Choperena, D. Cameron and W.R. Horwath. Awaiting submittal. On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River Basin. Available on California Agriculture, "California Agriculture" 70(4): 200-207, Published: 2016.

  9. Bachand, P.A.M., S. Roy, J. Choperena, D. Cameron and W.R. Horwath. Submitted. Implications of Using On-Farm Flood Flow Capture To Recharge Groundwater and Mitigate Flood Risks Along the Kings River, CA. Available on ACS Publications, "Environmental Science and Technology" 48(23), 13601-13609, Published: 2014.

  10. Windham-Myers L., J.A. Fleck, J.T. Ackerman, M. Marvin-DiPasquale, C.A. Stricker, W.A. Heim, P.A. Bachand, C.A. Eagles-Smith, G. Gill, M. Stephenson, and C.N. Alpers. 2014. Mercury cycling in agricultural and managed wetlands: a synthesis of methylmercury production, hydrologic export, and bioaccumulation from an integrated field study. Publicly Available on USGS, "Science of the Total Environment" 484: 221-231, Published: 2014.

  11. Bachand, P. A. M., Bachand, S., Fleck, J., Anderson, F., & Windham-Myers, L. 2014. Differentiating transpiration from evaporation in seasonal agricultural wetlands and the link to advective fluxes in the root zone. Available on USGS, “Science of The Total Environment” 484: 232-248, Published: 2014.

  12. Bachand, P.A.M., S.M. Bachand, J.A. Fleck, C.N. Alpers, M. Stephenson, and L. Windham-Myers. 2014. Methylmercury production in and export from agricultural wetlands in California, USA: The need to account for physical transport processes into and out of the root zone. Available on USGS, “Science of the Total Environment 472: 957-970, Published: 2014.

  13. Hernes, P.J., R.G.M. Spencer, R.Y. Dyda, B.A. Pellerin, P.A.M. Bachand, B. Bergamaschi. 2013. DOM composition in an agricultural watershed: Assessing patterns and variability in the context of spatial scales. Available on USGS, “Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta” 122: 599-610, Published: 2013.

  14. Oh, N-H, B. Pellerin, P. Bachand, P. Hernes, S. Bachand, N. Ohara, M.L. Kavvas, B. Bergamaschi, B. and W.R. Horwath. 2013. The Role of Irrigation Runoff and Winter Rainfall on Dissolved Organic Carbon Loads in an Agricultural Watershed. Available on USGS, “Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment” 179:1-10, Published: 2013.

  15. Geisseler, D., Lazicki, P. A., Pettygrove, G. S., Ludwig, B., Bachand, P. A., and Horwath, W. R. (2012). Nitrogen Dynamics in Irrigated Forage Systems Fertilized with Liquid Dairy Manure. Available on ACSESS DL, “Agronomy Journal” 104(4), 897-907, Published: July, 2012.

  16. Y.K. Henneberry, T.E.C. Kraus, J.A. Fleck, D.P. Krabbenhoft, P.M. Bachand and W.R. Horwath. 2011. Removal of inorganic mercury and methylmercury from surface waters following coagulation of dissolved organic matter with metal-based salts. Publicly Available on USGS, "Science of the Total Environment" 409: 631–637, Published: 2011.

  17. J.L. Florsheim, B.A. Pellerin, N.H. Oh, N. Ohara, P.A.M. Bachand, S.M. Bachand, B.A. Bergamaschi, P.J. Hernes and M.L. Kavvas. 2011. From deposition to erosion: Spatial and temporal variability of sediment sources, storage, and transport in a small agricultural watershed. Available on USGS, "Geomorphology" 132(3-4): 272-286, Published: 2011.

  18. Bachand, P.A.M, A.C. Heyvaert, S.E. Prentice and T. Delaney . 2010. Feasibility study and conceptual design for using coagulants to treat runoff in the Tahoe Basin. Abstract Available on ASCE Library, ASCE "Journal of Environmental Engineering" 136:1218-1231, Published: 2010.

  19. Bachand, P.A.M., S.M. Bachand, S. Lopus, A. Heyvaert and I. Werner. 2009. Treatment with Chemical Coagulants at Different Dosing Levels Changes Ecotoxicity of Stormwater from the Tahoe Basin, California, USA". Available on Taylor & Francis Online, "Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental" 45(2), 137–154, Published: 2009.

  20. Saraceno, JF , B.A. Pellerin, B.D. Downing, E. Boss, P.A.M. Bachand and B.A. Bergamaschi. 2009. High-frequency in situ optical measurements during a storm event: Assessing relationships between dissolved organic matter, sediment concentrations, and hydrologic processes. Available from USGS, "Journal of Geophysical Research", 114, G00F09, Published: 2009.

  21. Lopus, S. E., P. A. M. Bachand, A. Heyvaert, I. Werner, S. J. Teh, and J. Reuter. 2009. Potential toxicity concerns from chemical coagulation treatment of stormwater in the Tahoe Basin, California, USA. Available on ScienceDirect, "Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety" Published: 2009.

  22. Hernes, P.J., R.G.M. Spencer, R.Y. Dyda, B.A. Pellerin, P.A.M. Bachand, and B.A. Bergamaschi. 2008. The role of hydrologic regimes on dissolved organic carbon composition in an agricultural watershed. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (2008) 5266–5277. Available from Science Direct, "Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta" 72 (2008) 5266–5277, Published: 2008.

  23. Trejo-Gaytan, J, P. Bachand, J. Darby. 2006. Treatment of Urban Runoff at Lake Tahoe: Low-Intensity Chemical Dosing. Available on ResearchGate, "Water Environment Research" 78(13): 2487-2500, Published: 2006.

  24. Bachand, P.A.M. and A.J. Horne. 2000. Denitrification in constructed free-water surface wetlands: I. Very high nitrate removal rates in a macrocosm study. Ecological Engineering 14(1-2):9-15. Available on ScienceDirect, “Ecological Engineering” 14(1-2):9-15, Published: September 1999.

  25. Bachand, P.A.M. and A.J. Horne. 2000. Denitrification in constructed free-water surface wetlands: II. Vegetation community effects. Available on ScienceDirect, “Ecological Engineering” 14(1-2): 17-32, Published: September 1999.