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Biofouling: It's Not Just Barnacles Anymore
(Released March 2004)

  by Marianne Stanczak  


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  1. Synthesis and characterization of perfluoropolyether graft terpolymers for biofouling applications
    Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (USA), vol. 88, pp. 606-607, Spring 2003

  2. No more tin: what now for fouling control?
    Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings; Vol 17; No 6; pp 42-46; June 2000

  3. New materials for marine biofouling resistance and release: semi-fluorinated and pegylated block copolymer bilayer coatings
    Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (USA), vol. 88, pp. 608-609, Spring 2003

  4. TBT-Free Anti-Fouling Coatings IN 2003 For Better Or For Worse?
    Corrosion Management (Australia), vol. 40, pp. 21-24, Nov.-Dec. 2002

  5. Adsorption of alginic acid to titanium investigated using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy
    Surface and Interface Analysis (UK), vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 351-360, Apr. 2002

  6. Marine biofouling and its control with particular reference to condenser-cooling circuits of power plants. An overview
    Journal of the Indian Institute of Science (India), vol. 79, no. 6, pp. 497-511, Nov.-Dec. 2000

  7. Effect of 'pelo de oso' (Garveia franciscana) on different materials in Lake Maracaibo
    NACE International, Corrosion/2001 (USA), pp. 15, Mar. 2001

  8. Biocompatibility and biofouling of MEMS drug delivery devices
    Biomaterials; 24 (11) May 2003, p.1959-67

  9. Attachment mechanisms and properties of bacterial biofilms on non-living surfaces
    Dissertationes Biocentri Viikki Universitatis Helsingiensis 12 /2003, Helsinki, Finland: University of Helsinki, 2003, 129pp (ISBN 9521003448) (K)

  10. Use of potassium for treatment and control of zebra mussel infestation in industrial fire protection water systems
    Fire Technology; 33 (4) Dec 97, p.356-71

  11. Biofouling and Corrosion Studies at the Seacoast Test Facility in Hawaii
    DE84-014643; CONF-840930-1, 6 pp, 1984

  12. Interactions between microorganisms and physicochemical factors cause mic of steel pilings in harbours (ALWC)
    NACE International, Corrosion/2003 (USA), pp. 8, 2003

  13. Biocide free antifouling strategy to protect RO-membrane from biofouling (abstract only)
    Invest. Tec. Pap., vol. 37, no. 146, Oct. 2000, pp 676-677 (C, K, P, S)

  14. Atomic and Molecular Imaging of Adhesive Molecules
    NASA no. 19990027847

  15. Effects of cell density, temperature, and light intensity on growth and stalk production in the biofouling diatom Achnanthes longipes (Bacillariophyceae)
    Journal of Phycology [J. Phycol.]. Vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 1125-1131. Dec 2002.

  16. Preventing biocorrosion without damaging the environment. Four innovative strategies
    Institute of Corrosion, Corrosion Odyssey 2001 (UK), pp. 9, 2001

  17. A method of biofilm monitoring in the recirculating cooling water system of a petroleum refinery plant
    European Federation of Corrosion Publications (UK), vol. 29, pp. 202-212, 2000

  18. Study of the biofouling problems in the recirculating cooling water system of a petroleum refinery plant
    European Federation of Corrosion Publications (UK), vol. 29, pp. 263-273, 2000

  19. Physicochemical analyses of the exopolysaccharides produced by a marine biofouling bacterium, Vibrio alginolyticus
    Process Biochemistry [Process Biochem.]. Vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 841-847. Jan 2003.

  20. Biomimetic materials with tailored surface micro-architecture for prevention of marine biofouling
    Surface and Interface Analysis (UK), vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 168-173, Feb. 2003

  21. Silicone biofouling release coatings: correlation of compositional variables with macrofouling attachment strength
    Polymer Preprints (USA), vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 236-237, Spring 2001

  22. On-board hypochlorite generation for biofouling control
    NACE International, Corrosion/2001 (USA), pp. 11, Mar. 2001

  23. Lethal and sub-lethal effects of chlorination on green mussel Perna viridis in the context of biofouling control in a power plant cooling water system.
    Marine Environmental Research [Mar. Environ. Res.]. Vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 65-76. 2002.

  24. Chlorine Dioxide - The State of Science, Regulatory, Environmental Issues, and Case Histories
    RECON no. 20020068075

  25. Cleanability of stainless steel surfaces soiled by Bacillus thuringiensis spores under various flow conditions
    Biofouling (USA), vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 143-151, Sept. 1999

  26. Mechanisms of Biofilm Formation on Aluminum Tubes
    J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol., 33B, (3), 177-184, Sept. 1983

  27. Chain for Nation's Largest Roller Gate Dam Meets Materials' Requirements
    Mater Performance; Vol 36; No 3; pp 57-58; 1997, March

  28. Cyclic Voltammetric Studies On The Electrochemical Behaviour Of Cupronickel In Sodium Chloride Solution
    Bulletin of Electrochemistry (India), vol. 18, no. 11, pp. 489-495, Nov. 2002

  29. Controlling biofouling on ferry hulls with copper-nickel sheathing
    10th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling, University of Melbourne, February 1999, Additional Papers (Australia), pp. 73-87, 2001

  30. Copper-nickel alloys for seawater corrosion resistance and antifouling - a state of the art review
    NACE International, Corrosion 2000 (USA), pp. 00627.1-00627.17, Mar. 2000

  31. Cost Considerations
    KME Europa Metal Aktiengesellschaft, The Behavior of CuNi 90/10 vs 6Mo Superaustenitic and Superduplex Steels in Marine Environments (Germany), pp. 17, 2000

  32. Nontoxic, Self-Cleaning Silicone Fouling Release Coatings
    Performer: General Electric Corporate Research and Development, Schenectady, NY. 31 Oct 2001. 352p.

  33. Biofouling deterrent activity of the natural product from ascidian, Distaplia nathensis [Chordata]
    Indian journal of marine sciences [Indian J. Mar. Sci.]. Vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 162-164. 2003.

  34. Copper pipe kills E. coli in drinking water
    Advanced Materials & Processes (USA), vol. 158, no. 4, pp. 16, Oct. 2000

  35. Effects of copper-based antifouling treatment on the presence of Neoparamoeba pemaquidensis Page, 1987 on nets and gills of reared Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
    Aquaculture [Aquaculture]. Vol. 221, no. 1-4, pp. 13-22. 1 May 2003.

  36. The copper controversy
    Marine Engineers Review (UK), pp. 12-13, 15, Feb. 2002

  37. How effective is intermittent chlorination to control adult mussel fouling in cooling water systems?
    Water Research [Water Res.]. Vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 329-338. Jan 2003.

  38. Antifouling coatings without organotin
    Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings (USA), vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 33,34,37, Jan. 2003

    Surface Coatings International Part B; 85, No.B4, Nov.2002, p.301-8

  40. Solar-Powered Autonomous Undersea Vehicles
    Sea Technology, vol. 38, no. 12, pp. 45-51, December, 1997

  41. Structure--property relationships of silicone biofouling-release coatings: effect of silicone network architecture on pseudobarnacle attachment strengths
    Biofouling (UK), 19, (2), 87-94, Apr. 2003

  42. Pulsed laser irradiation impact on two marine diatoms Skeletonema costatum and Chaetoceros gracilis
    Water Research [Water Res.]. Vol. 37, no. 10, pp. 2311-2316. May 2003.

  43. Plasma Pulse Technology to Control Zebra Mussel Biofouling
    Performer: Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. Engineer Research and Development Center. Dec 2000. 13p. Report: ERDC-TN-ZMR-2-22

  44. Feasibility Demonstration of a Pulsed Acoustic Device for Inhibition of Biofouling in Seawater Piping
    Performer: Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Div., Bethesda, MD. Feb 2000. 37p. Report: NSWCCD-TR-2000/04

  45. Inhibition of barnacle larval settlement and crustacean toxicity of some hoplonemertine pyridyl alkaloids
    Biomolecular Engineering [Biomol. Eng.]. Vol. 20, no. 4-6, pp. 355-361. Jul 2003.

  46. Effects of Caribbean sponge extracts on bacterial attachment
    Aquatic Microbial Ecology [Aquat. Microb. Ecol.]. Vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 175-182. 13 Mar 2003.

  47. Antifouling activities expressed by marine surface associated Pseudoalteromonas species
    FEMS Microbiology Ecology [FEMS Microbiol. Ecol.]. Vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 47-58. Jul 2002.

  48. Potential for Selective, Controlled Biofouling by Dreissena Species to Intercept Pollutants from Industrial Effluents
    Biofouling (UK), vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 29-36, Mar. 2002

  49. Fouling of offshore structures in China - a review
    Biofouling (UK), vol. 19, Suppl., pp. 133-138, Apr. 2003

  50. Fundamental properties of blocks which set steel slag by hydration reaction and biofouling build-up properties on exposure to marine environment
    Tetsu-to-Hagane (Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan) (Japan), vol. 89, no. 4, pp. 454-460, Apr. 2003