Darren Lytle
Darren Lytle
Branch Chief, Environmental Engineer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Iron corrosion scales: model for scale growth, iron release, and colored water formation
P Sarin, VL Snoeyink, DA Lytle, WM Kriven
Journal of environmental engineering 130 (4), 364-373, 2004
Evaluating plant performance with endospores
EW Rice, KR Fox, RJ Miltner, DA Lytle, CH Johnson
Journal‐American Water Works Association 88 (9), 122-130, 1996
Milwaukee's crypto outbreak: investigation and recommendations
KR Fox, DA Lytle
Journal‐American Water Works Association 88 (9), 87-94, 1996
Formation of Pb (IV) oxides in chlorinated water
DA Lytle, MR Schock
Journal‐American Water Works Association 97 (11), 102-114, 2005
Physiochemical characterization of five iron tubercles from a single drinking water distribution system: possible new insights on their formation and growth
TL Gerke, JB Maynard, MR Schock, DL Lytle
Corrosion Science 50 (7), 2030-2039, 2008
Effect of pH, DIC, orthophosphate and sulfate on drinking water cuprosolvency
MR Schock, DA Lytle, JA Clement
National Risk Management Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH (United States), 1995
Accumulation of arsenic in drinking water distribution systems
DA Lytle, TJ Sorg, C Frietch
Environmental science & technology 38 (20), 5365-5372, 2004
A comprehensive investigation of copper pitting corrosion in a drinking water distribution system
DA Lytle, MN Nadagouda
Corrosion Science 52 (6), 1927-1938, 2010
Effect of sulfate on the transformation of corrosion scale composition and bacterial community in cast iron water distribution pipes
F Yang, B Shi, Y Bai, H Sun, DA Lytle, D Wang
Water Research 59, 46-57, 2014
Impact of stagnation time on metal dissolution from plumbing materials in drinking water
DA Lytle, MR Schock
Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA 49 (5), 243-257, 2000
A systematic comparison of the electrokinetic properties of environmentally important microorganisms in water
DA Lytle, CH Johnson, EW Rice
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 24 (2), 91-101, 2002
Increasing chloride in rivers of the conterminous US and linkages to potential corrosivity and lead action level exceedances in drinking water
EG Stets, CJ Lee, DA Lytle, MR Schock
Science of the Total Environment 613, 1498-1509, 2018
Electrophoretic mobilities of Escherichia coli O157: H7 and wild-type Escherichia colistrains
DA Lytle, EW Rice, CH Johnson, KR Fox
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (7), 3222-3225, 1999
Formation and release behavior of iron corrosion products under the influence of bacterial communities in a simulated water distribution system
H Sun, B Shi, DA Lytle, Y Bai, D Wang
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 16 (3), 576-585, 2014
The effect of chloride and orthophosphate on the release of iron from a cast iron pipe section
DA Lytle, P Sarin, VL Snoeyink
Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA 54 (5), 267-281, 2005
Effect of ortho‐and polyphosphates on the properties of IRON PARTICLES AND SUSPENSIONS
DA Lytle, VL Snoeyink
Journal‐American Water Works Association 94 (10), 87-99, 2002
Microbial survey of a full-scale, biologically active filter for treatment of drinking water
CP White, RW DeBry, DA Lytle
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (17), 6390-6394, 2012
Stagnation time, composition, pH, and orthophosphate effects on metal leaching from brass
DA Lytle, MR Schock
National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and …, 1996
Biosolids and sludge management
U Krogmann, LS Boyles, CJ Martel, KA McComas
Water environment research 69 (4), 534-550, 1997
Pitting corrosion of copper in waters with high pH and low alkalinity
DA Lytle, MR Schock
Journal‐American Water Works Association 100 (3), 115-129, 2008
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