Electrokinetic Extraction of Lead From Spiked Norwegian Marine Clay

Effect of Zeta Potential on Soil Electrokinesis

Preliminary Investigation of the 317 Area, ANL-E

Groundwater Development in an Arid Environment

Contaminated Sediment Dredging in a Tidal Estuary

DOW A-22 Barge and Ship Dock Project

Evaluation of Permanent Monitoring Sensors of Navy Piers

High Performance Steel-The Material of the Future

Inspection and Evaluation of Structural Members and Connections in the USS Constitution

Use of Fuzzy Logic in the Quantification of Dynamic Uncertainties Due to Degradation

Partnering with the Enemy
When you think of EPA and a major corporation, you probably envision them squaring off in court over a Superfund site. But these days representatives from the two groups are just as likely...

Dredging Up the Past
Disposal of contaminated dredged materials has become a national problem. The nation's ports and harbors have postponed dredging because of the cost and difficulty in finding...

Cleanup Solution--Conflict Resolution
Distrust and misinformation often prevent timely resolution of ground-water contamination problems. In Toms River, N.J., engineers used a computer-generated model of the cleanup site in...

Geoenvironment 2000
Characterization, Containment, Remediation, and Performance in Environmental Geotechnics
The impact of rapid industrialization around the globe and unsafe waste management practices have become increasingly significant within the last two decades as the disclosed number of...

Greening of Ground Water
As many as 69 different organic compounds and 24 metal species can be found in ground water underlying the 85 acre Bofors-Nobel Superfund site in Muskegon County, Mich., a testimony to...

Impacts of Highway Runoff on Surface Water Drinking Supplies

Sediment Quality-Based Point Source Permitting

Strength and Stiffness Degradation of Concrete in Compression

Effective ELastoplastic Behavior of Two-Phase Ductile Matrix Composites: Micromechanics and Computational Aspects

Dynamic Stability Analysis of a Bridge Pier





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