A Real-time Approach to Groundwater Monitoring, Prediction, and Remediationby Dennis McLaughlin, MIT, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: This paper outlines a integrated approach to the problem of predicting and controlling groundwater contamination. The key to this approach is to derive contaminant predictions by combining physically-based models with field observations. Models are updated in 'real time', as new measurements become available. The updated models are then used to plan the next round of sampling or remediation. We are currently field testing a monitoring design algorithm based on real-time concepts.
Subject Headings: Remediation | Groundwater pollution | Mathematical models | Field tests | Hydrologic models | Water sampling | Pollutants
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