Phase and Material-Specific Construction Process Simulation Models

Partnering Geosynthetics and Vegetation for Erosion Control

Case History of a Successful Brownfields Site in Wichita, Kansas. Part 2: Innovative Approaches to Remediation

Utilization of Lagoon-Stored Lime in Embankment Construction
The maximum percentage of lime that can be mixed with a predetermined borrow material to build the proposed road embankment without adversely affecting the physical and mechanical properties...

Physicochemical and Biological Mechanisms of Soil Clogging: An Overview

Clearing the Air, Biologically
Using biofilters to reduce air pollution emitted from publicly owned treatment works is becoming more popular as owners realize how effective the systems are. The process cleans the air...

The Role of Bioremediation in Environmental Restoration and Pollution Prevention

Integration of Biotechnology in Remediation and Pollution Prevention Activities

Biological Impact of Storm Water Discharges Associated with Construction Activities in Receiving Streams

Computational Issues Associated with Optimal Design of In Situ Bioremediation

Sensitivity of Regional Stochastic Flow and Transport to Parameter Selection

The Value of Hydrologic Information in Hydropower System Operations

Site Selection and Construction Methods for Marsh Creation

Measuring the Health of Aquatic Ecosystems Using Biological Assessment Techniques: a National Perspective

Using Bioassessments to Evaluate Cumulative Effects

Bioassessment for Intermittent Central Texas Streams

Approaches to Expanding Monitoring Beyond Water Quality

Advances in Using Toxicity Bioindicators in Urban Aquatic Ecosystem Assessment

Assessing the Condition and Status of Aquatic Life Designated Uses in Urban and Suburban Watersheds

Biological Effects of the Build-Up of Contaminants in Sediments in Urban Estuaries





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