The Evolution of Launched Soil Nails
A 30-Year Retrospective
Launched soil nails are a unique remedial technology in the geotechnical construction toolbox. These 20-ft-long, 1.5-in.-diameter nails are installed in a single shot using a compressed air "cannon" at...

Biogeotechnical Mitigation of Earthquake-Induced Soil Liquefaction
Three biogeotechnologies currently under development show promise for cost-effective remediation of liquefaction under existing facilities....

Settlement Sets Stage for Further Remediation at Former New Mexico Mine Site

Water Sector, Remediation Industry Show Meager to No Growth in 2014, Reports Say

The Best Surprise is No Surprise: The Geotechnical Engineer's Ethical Responsibility to Say No to Bidding
The subsurface characterization work that a geotechnical engineer must perform is critical to the success of every project that requires the cooperation of the ground, regardless of whether...

Karst-Related Sinkholes: Dynamic Compaction as an Effective Remediation Option
The paramount issue to address before constructing at sites underlain by karst topography is identification and remediation of sinkholes which exist close to the surface, and specifically...

In Situ Remediation Using Soil Mixing

Pioneers In Groundwater Session with Christine Shoemaker
Selected in recognition of her contributions to groundwater management and remediation, global optimization, and watershed protection, Christine Shoemaker presents on her experiences and...

NewsBriefs: Microscopic Device Designed to Remediates Massive Oil Spills (Discovery Channel)

Buffalo River Dredging Will Remove Contamination, Facilitate Remediation

Using the ZVI-Clay Technology for Source Zone Remediation

Groundwater Model Shortens Remediation Project by 20 Years

Design Work Begins on Remediation of Alameda Point Site

Congress Extends Great Lakes Remediation Program without Increasing Funding

Policy Briefing: House Bills Seek to Promote Mine Remediation

Apex Oil Must Help Remediate Major Petroleum Contamination in Illinois

Monitoring and Quantifying Rate-Limited Mass Transfer Using Geoelectrical Measurements
Non-Fickian solute-transport behavior has been observed at research and aquifer remediationsites in diverse geologic settings. Anomalous behavior such as concentration rebound, long breakthrough...

Remediation System Optimization with Alternatives
This work applies the enhanced multi-objective robust genetic algorithm (EMRGA) (Beckford and Chan Hilton, 2004) to Fort Ord's Site OU2 for optimal groundwater remediation under uncertainty....

Incorporating Site Characterization Data into Contaminant Concentration Interpolations for Long-Term Monitoring Optimization
Long – term monitoring (LTM) networks are installed for groundwater remediation systems to evaluate the performance of various remediation processes and to track the variation of contaminant...

Coupling Physical, Chemical, or Biological Methods for Innovative Groundwater Remediation Coupled Polymer Floods and Bio-Chemical Remediation Techniques for Enhanced Groundwater Treatment
Many groundwater remediation techniques are designed to remove or destroy contaminants in situ, but these goals can be accomplished only by...

 

 

 

 

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