$20 Per Gallon: How the Inevitable Rise in the Price of Gasoline Will Change Our Lives for the Better by Christopher Steiner. New York City: Grand Central Publishing, 2009.

Vacuum Recovery of Free Phased Leaded Gasoline Plume: Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Formulation of a Better Synthetic Gasoline for Use in Soil Vapour Extraction Experiments

Case Study of Support of Critical Utilities during Excavation

Tunneling through Gasoline Contamination: The Caracas Metro Experience

A Simple Model for Gasoline Bioremediation in Soil

Soil Vapor Extraction to Correct a Gasoline Release in Discontinuous Basalt

In-Situ Radio Frequency Heating for Remediation of Soil and Groundwater Contamination

Successful Operation of an In Situ Remediation System

Monitoring Residual Gasoline Movement Associated with a Fluctuating Water Table

Fracturing for In-situ Bioremediation (Available only in Focus on Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
A pilot-scale evaluation of an integrated pneumatic fracturing and bioremediation system demonstrated the enhanced removal of BTX from a gasoline-contaminated, low-permeability soil formation....

Automobile Emissions Under Arctic Conditions Using Unleaded and 10 Percent Ethanol Admixed Gasolines

2-D Experimental Investigation of Surfactant Mobilization of Light Nonaqueous Phase Liquid

Surfactant Enhanced Electrokinetic Remediation of Gasoline Contaminated Soils

Hazardous Soil Remediation: A Cooperative Effort between Industry and Government
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company's Antioch Works (Dupont) is on the San Joaquin River 30 miles east of San Francisco, California. For about 25 years, ending in 1981, Dupont...

Analysis of the Gasoline Spill at East Patchogue, New York

Risk Assessment of Vapors in Cold Regions

Petroleum Hydrocarbon Removal via Volatilization and Biodegradation at McGrath, Alaska

Demolishing NAPLs
Dynamic Underground Stripping is a combination of in situ steam injection, electrical resistance heating, and fluid extraction for rapid removal...

Permeability of Rubber-Soil Liners Under Confinement





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