01-190-237

Effectiveness of Secondary Liners in Reducing Phosphogypsum Stack Post-Closure Liabilities

Nadim F. Fuleihan with Reinaldo Rolo, and Rajendra K. Shrestha, Ardaman & Associates, Inc. December 2006.

01-197-235

Preparation of an Application for Approval to Use Stabilized Phosphogypsum as a Fill Material for Coastal Protection Devices

Kelly A. Rusch and Roger K. Seals with Maria Teresa Gutierrez-Wing, Louisiana State University. April 2010.

01-148-226

Field Application of Phosphate Rock for Remediation of Metal-Contaminated Soils

Lena Q. Ma, Jorge Santos, Xinde Cao, Uttam Saha, and Willie Harris, University of Florida. May 2008.

01-153-221

Development of Process to Manufacture Glass/Glass-Ceramic Products from Phosphogypsum

Chris Chapman, Bogdan Wojak, and Richard Peters, with P. K. Bhattacharjee, Vitrification International Technologies, Inc., Richland, Washington. April 2006.

01-183-214

Piney Point Pond Water Remediation Using Reverse Osmosis

Kenneth J. Jardine, William N. Futch, and Dennis H. Michalski, The Mosaic Co.; Vaughn V. Astley, Dr. Phosphate, Inc. November 2005.

01-179-213

Potential Technologies to Reduce or Replace Groundwater Consumption in the Southwest Florida Water Management District

John E. Garlanger, with Patrick A. Kennedy and Francis K. Cheung, Ardaman & Associates, Inc. May 2005.

01-162-211

Development of Economically Stabilized Phosphogypsum Composites for Saltwater Application

Kelly A. Rusch and Roger K. Seals, Louisiana State University. February 2005.

01-170-208

Corrosion Protection of Grinding Mills in the Phosphate Industry Using Impressed Current Technology

D. Tao and B. K.Parekh, University of Kentucky. June 2004.

01-148-194

Field Demonstration of Metal Immobilization in Contaminated Soils Using Phosphate Amendments

Xinde Cao, Lena Q. Ma, Satya P. Singh, Ming Chen, Willie G. Harris, and Peter Kizza, University of Florida. January 2003.

01-162-182

Development of Economically Stabilized Phosphogypsum Composites for Saltwater Application

Kelly A. Rusch, Roger K. Seals, and Tingzong Guo, Louisiana State University. September 2001.

01-144-173

Electromagnetic Transport Systems for the Phosphate Industry

Henry H. Kolm and D. Bruce Montgomery, Magplane Technology, Inc. March 2001.

01-154-171

Decreasing Iron Content in Wet-Process Phosphoric Acid

Hassan El-Shall and El-Sayed A. Abdel-Aal, University of Florida. February 2001.

01-139-170

A Comparative Analysis of Environmental Impacts: Phosphogypsum versus Borrow Pits

Patricia M. Dooris, Dean F. Martin with Scott Emery, David E. Sumpter, Melissa Derby, Maria T. Gallardo, and Barbara B. Martin, University of South Florida. December 2000.

01-138-168

Phosphate Rock Treatment for Waste Reduction-Phase Two

Glenn A. Gruber et al., Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. January 1999.

01-127-164

The Substrate Suitability of Phosphogypsum Composites for Marine Habitat Enhancement

Charles A. Wilson et al., Louisiana State University. January 1998.

01-153-163

Development of Process to Manufacture Glass Products from Phosphogypsum

Chris Chapman, Richard Peters, and Bogdan Wojak, Vitrification International Technologies, Inc. April 1999.

01-141-162

Cost-Effective Reagents as Defoamers and Crystal Modifiers to Enhance the Filtration of Phosphogypsum

Hassan El-Shall, Brij M. Moudgil, and El-Sayed A. Abdel-Aall, University of Florida. March 1999.

01-155-160

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Neutralizing Accidental Spills of Acidic Waste Water from Holding Ponds

Daniel P. Foley and Allan L. Pollock, HiTech Solutions, Inc. December 2000.

01-152-147

Rail-Veyor Bulk Material Transport System

Merton F. Dibble - Rail-Veyor Technology, Inc.; Julian Hazen - Met Pro Supply, Inc. May 2002.

01-113-138

Magnesium Separation from Dolomitic Phosphate by Acid Leaching

Douglas H. Laird and Wendy K. Hanson , Science Ventures. August 1997.

01-133-137

PECO Process for Producing Phosphoric Acid from Flotation Feed

Phosphate Engineering & Construction Co., Inc. December 1996.

01-116-136

Removal of Unwanted Metals and Materials in Phosphoric Acid by Means of Magnetic Separation

Dean F. Martin et al., University of South Florida. October 1997.

01-119-133

Enhanced Filtration of Phosphogypsum

Brij M. Moudgil, University of Florida. December 1995.

01-112-125

Phosphate Rock Treatment for Waste Reduction

Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. October 1995.

01-132-117

Proceedings of the Phosphogypsum Fact-Finding Forum, December 7, 1995, Tallahassee, Florida

Florida Institute of Phosphate Research and The Florida Center for Public Management, Florida State University. February 1996.

01-086-116

Establishing Vegetation Cover on Phosphogypsum in Florida

Steven G. Richardson, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. December 1995.

01-102-112

Defining the MgO Problem and Its Economic Impact on Phosphoric Acid Production

Jacobs Engineering, Inc. and A. N. Baumann. February 1995.

01-101-106

Immobilization of Pb from Contaminated Water, Soils, and Wastes by Phosphate Rock

Q. Y. Ma, University of Florida; T. J. Logan and S. J. Traina, Ohio State University. October 1994.

01-024-090

Gypsum as an Ameliorant for the Subsoil Acidity Syndrome

Malcolm E. Sumner, University of Georgia. December 1990.

01-048-084

Use of Phosphogypsum to Increase Yield and Quality of Annual Forages

G. L. Mullins and C. C. Mitchell, Jr., Auburn University. May 1990.

01-020-082

Use of Gypsum to Improve Physical Properties and Water Relations in Southeastern Soils

William P. Miller, University of Georgia. December 1989.

01-033-077

Phosphogypsum for Secondary Road Construction

Wen F. Chang, University of Miami. June 1989.

01-068-072

A Demonstration Project: Roller Compacted Concrete Utilizing Phosphogypsum

Wen F. Chang, University of Miami. December 1988.

01-068-070

Engineering Properties and Construction Applications of Phosphogypsum

Wen F. Chang and Murray I. Mantell, University of Miami. 1990.

01-015-069

Fugitive Dust Control for Phosphate Fertilizer

Dale A. Lundgren and Cumbum N. Rangaraj, University of Florida. March 1989.

01-037-055

Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Phosphogypsum, University of Miami, December 1986

G. Michael Lloyd, Jr. (ed.), Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. January 1988.

01-014-048

Reclamation, Reconstruction and Reuse of Phosphogypsum for Building Materials

Wen F. Chang, University of Miami. January 1987.

01-000-041

DAP Quality Seminar. Bartow, Florida

Florida Institute of Phosphate Research, Tennessee Valley Authority, and The Fertilizer Institute. August 1986.

01-000-035

Phosphogypsum: A Review of the Florida Institute of Phosphate Research Programs to Develop Uses for Phosphogypsum

G. Michael Lloyd, Jr., Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. December 1985.

01-028-028

Proceedings of the Second Workshop on By-Products of Phosphate Industries

University of Miami, April 1984. May 1985.

01-008-026

Use of Florida Phosphogypsum in Synthetic Construction Aggregate

Alexander May et al., U.S. Bureau of Mines. September 1983.

01-001-018

Phosphogypsum: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Phosphogypsum

David P. Borris and Patricia W. Boody, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. November 1980

01-001-017

Phosphogypsum: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Phosphogypsum, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 5-7 November 1980

David P. Borris and Patricia W. Boody, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. 1981.

01-002A-002

Evaluation of Fluid Bed Decomposition of Phosphogypsum

A. P. Kouloheris, Zellars-Williams, Inc. August 1982.