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List of LSU-Research Publications (pdf)

PhD Research - A closed-form solution for the advection-dispersion-reaction equation


WJ Golz. 2003. Solute Transport in a Porous Medium: A Mass-Conserving Solution for the Convection-Dispersion Equation in a Finite Domain. Louisiana State University, 59 pp.

Peer Reviewed Articles 

WJ Golz, JR Dorroh. 2001. The Convection-Diffusion Equation for a Finite Domain with Time Varying Boundaries. Applied Mathematics Letters, 14:983-988.

WJ Golz. 2004. Introduction to "On the Convection-Dispersion Equation for a Finite Domain: Third-Type Boundaries as a Necessary Condition of the Conservation Law."

MS Research - Mathematical model for non-linear Monod kinetics of nitrification


WJ Golz. 1997. A Theoretical Model of Nitrification in Floating-Bead Filters. Louisiana State University, 78 pp.

Peer Reviewed Journal Article

WJ Golz, KA Rusch, RF Malone. 1999. Modeling the Major Limitations on Nitrification in Floating-Bead Filters. Aquacultural Engineering, 20:43-62.

Conference and Workshop Proceedings

WJ Golz, S Chen, RF Malone. 1995. Reducing the Environmental Impact of High Density Fish Production: An Integrated Approach to Solids Treatment for Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. In Proceedings, 24th US-Japan Aquaculture Symposium, 157-164, (238 KB).

WJ Golz, KA Rusch, RF Malone. 1996. Developing Backwash Protocols for Floating-Bead Filters: A Model of Solids-Loading and Biofilm-Retention Effects on Nitrification. In Aquacultural Engineering Society Proceedings II: 196-205, (283 KB).

WJ Golz. 1995. Biological Treatment in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. In Recirculating Aquaculture in the Classroom: A Training Workshop for Agricultural Science Teachers, 6-7 December, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 4 pp., (120 KB).

SJ Langlinais, WJ Golz, R Soileau. 1996. Remote Data Acquisition for Alligator Production Energy Conservation Project: Successes and Problems. In Aquacultural Engineering Society Proceedings II: Successes and Failures in Commercial Recirculating Aquaculture, 639-653.

DG Drennan, WJ Golz, H Ahmed, RF Malone. 1995. Clarification Abilities of Floating-Bead Filters used in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. In Aquacultural Expo VIII: Aquaculture in the Mid Atlantic: Proceedings of a Conference of the U.S. Aquaculture Suppliers.


"Modeling the Effects of Solids Accumulation on Oxygen Demand and Transport in Floating-Bead Filters." Presented at World Aquaculture 97, Annual Conference and Exposition of the World Aquacultural Society, February 20-23, Seattle, WA, 30 Slides, (392 KB).

"Backwash Frequency and its Effect on Nitrification Efficiency in Floating-Bead Filters." Presented at Aquaculture America 96, a Conference sponsored by South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, February 14-17, 1996, Arlington, Texas.

"Preliminary Data from an Investigation of Energy Conservation at an Alligator Production Facility." Presented at a Meeting of the American Society of Environmental Scientists, October 28, 1995.

"The Interaction of Aquatic Systems with a Microbial Rock Pant Filter at the Crowley, Louisiana Wastewater Treatment Plant." A paper presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Louisiana Engineering Society Joint State Meeting, March 16-20, 1994, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.