Hadnagy, E., B. Riedinger, J. Vilberg, and A. Koutsospyros (presenter). “Online M.S.
Environmental Engineering Programs – The University of New Haven (UNH) Experience”
(peer-reviewed conference proceeding & presentation), 13th International Conference on Protection and Restoration of the Environment, Jul 2016, Mykonos Island, Greece
Hadnagy, E., K.H. Gardner, W.H. Chesner, H. Justus, M. Forgione, G. Maxwell. “Pilot Scale Evaluation of an In-Situ Amendment Delivery and Mixing Device for Contaminated
Sediment Remediation Applications.” J. of Soils and Sediments, 2015, 15(2): 480-489.
Hadnagy, E., K. Gardner, B. Smith, H. Rectanus, D. Nair, and R. Fimmen. “Causes of Metals Release in Response to In-Situ Chemical Oxidation Applications”
(presentation), The 29th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water
and Energy, Oct 2013, Amherst, MA
Hadnagy, E., K. Gardner, S. Weil, B. Skarin, G. Mizrahi, A. Chang, and C. Keskin,
“Evaluation of Sediment Remedial Alternatives from a Contaminant Bioaccumulation Perspective
– Spatial Considerations and Uncertainty Assessment” (poster), SETAC North America 32nd Annual Meeting, Nov 2011, Boston, MA
Carbonneau, K., E. Hadnagy, and J. Fairclough, “In Situ Stabilization/Solidification Pilot Testing of Coal Tar Contaminated Sediment
in Sydney Harbor, Nova Scotia”, The 25th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water and Energy, Oct 2009,
Hadnagy, E., K.H. Gardner, and I. Calante, “Polychlorinated Biphenyl Dechlorination and Bioavailability in Marine and Freshwater
Sediments” (presentation), Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments,
Feb 2009, Jacksonville, FL
Hawkins, A.L., K.H. Gardner, J.A. Bleiler, and E. Hadnagy, “In Situ Wetland Restoration Demonstration” (poster), Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium & Workshop, Dec
2008, Washington, D.C.
Hadnagy, E., L. Rauch, and K.H. Gardner. “Dechlorination of Polychlorinated Biphenyls, Naphthalenes, and Dibenzo-p-Dioxins
by Magnesium/Palladium Bimetallic Particles.” J. of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 2007, 42(6): 685-695.