Measuring Bioavailability at Contaminated Upland Soil and Sediment Sites

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Standardizing Sediment Porewater Passive Samplers for Inorganic Constituents of Concern

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Project ID: ER20-5261
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jason Conder, Geosyntec Consultants
ESTCP Jun 2020

Standardization of Polymeric Sampling for Measuring Freely Dissolved Organic Contaminant Concentrations in Sediment Porewater

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Project ID: ER-201735
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mandy Michalsen, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
ESTCP Jan 2017

High Resolution Passive Profiling to Monitor Contaminated Sediments in Support of Remediation Evaluation and Risk Characterization

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Project ID: ER-201734
Principal Investigator: Dr. Andrew Jackson, Texas Tech University
ESTCP Jan 2017

Development of a Passive Multisampling Method to Measure Dioxins/Furans and Other Contaminant Bioavailability in Aquatic Sediments

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Project ID: ER-2538
Principal Investigator: Dr. Rainer Lohmann, University of Rhode Island
SERDP Jan 2015

Actively Shaken In-Situ Passive Sampler Platform for Methylmercury and Organics

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Project ID: ER-2540
Principal Investigator: Dr. Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore County
SERDP Jan 2015

Integrated Passive Sampler-Food Web Modeling Framework for Monitoring Remedy Effectiveness

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Project ID: ER-201431
Principal Investigator: Dr. Philip Gschwend, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ESTCP Jan 2014

White Paper:

 Bioavailability of Contaminants in Soils and Sediments: Status and Recommendations (2016)

User's Manual:
Draft Laboratory, Field, and Analytical Procedures for Using Passive Sampling in the Evaluation of Contaminated Sediments (2016)

ITRC Guidance:
Bioavailability of Contaminants in Soil: Considerations for Human Health Risk Assessment
 
  Guide for DOD Remedial Project Managers:
Integrating Passive Sampling Methods into Management of Contaminated Sediment Site (2016)

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