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A hydrogeologic database for stochastic groundwater modeling with hydrogeologic environment-specific applications
The development of a method to restrict the land disposal of hazardous waste is an area of great concern for the United States Environmental Protection Agency. A proposed method is to determine allowable concentrations, ...
Application of BIOPLUME II to simulate biodegradation: A study of an aviation fuel spill from a leaking underground storage tank in Traverse City, Michigan (Groundwater contamination)
BIOPLUME II is a two-dimensional ground water transport model that incorporates decay terms to simulate biodegradation of organic compounds. First, the ground water data was studied, and trends in the contaminant concentrations ...
Cone penetrometer technology for hazardous waste site investigations
The common approach to investigating the extent of contamination at a hazardous waste site is to drill monitoring wells to obtain geotechnical and chemical information. A new technology is now being utilized at various ...