Impacted Groundwater Assessment
|Development of Predictive Tools for Assessment of Natural Attenuation Capacity and Treatment Transition at Chlorinated Solvent Sites||Natalie Capiro|
|Transitioning from Active Remedies to Monitored Natural Attenuation||David Adamson|
|Interactive Training System for Reductions in Cost and Complexity of Remediation and Long-term Management of Contaminated Sites||David Reynolds|
|Flux-Based Assessment of Post-Remedial Performance||Mark Newman|
|Validation of Advanced Molecular Biological Tools to Monitor Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation and Estimate CVOC Degradation Rates||Mandy Michalsen|
|Development of a Quantitative Framework for Evaluating Natural Attenuation of 1,1,1-TCA, 1,1-DCA, 1,1-DCE, and 1,4-Dioxane in Groundwater||Anthony Danko|
|Development of a Borehole Electrical Technology for Assessing Diffusion and Dual Domain Mass Transfer||Ramona Iery|
|In Situ Verification and Quantification of Naturally Occurring Dechlorination Rates in Clays: Demonstrating Processes that Mitigate Back-Diffusion and Plume Persistence||Charles Schaefer|
|Quantifying Delivery of Activated Carbon Particulates in Heterogeneous Aquifers Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography||Tim Johnson|
|Forecasting Effective Site Characterization and Early Remediation Performance||Michael Kavanaugh|
|Simple Method for Estimating Groundwater Cleanup Time with Back Diffusion||Robert Borden|
|Biogeochemical Processes that Control Natural Attenuation of Trichloroethene in Low Permeability Zones||Erin Berns|
|Quantifying the Distribution of Biotic and Abiotic Transformation Rate Constants in Low Permeability Clay Zones for Improved Assessment of TCE Impacts to Groundwater at DoD Field Sites||Charles Werth|
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