Permeability of Rubber-Soil Liners Under Confinement

Integrated Site Characterization for SVE Design

Dynamic Underground Stripping to Remediate a Deep Hydrocarbon Spill

Grouting Gasoline-Contaminated Sand with Microfine Cement

In Situ Bioremediation of Aquifers: How Has it Changed in the Past 20 Years? How Will it Change in the Next 10?

Effect of Clay and Biosurfactant on the Biodegradation of Toluene

Passive Remediation of Groundwater Using In Situ Treatment Curtains

Remediation in Clay Using Two-Phase Vacuum Extraction

Integration of Pneumatic Fracturing with Bioremediation for the Enhanced Removal of BTX from Low Permeability Gasoline-Contaminated Soils

Petroleum Hydrocarbon Transport in a Fractured Clayey Till

Passive Volatilization of Gasoline from a Wet Silt-Loam

Biofiltration of Gasoline Vapors from a Soil Vapor Extraction System

Distribution of Hydrocarbons in Fractured Clay Soils

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

The Boom in In Situ Bioremediation
In situ bioremediation was first applied in 1972 when a subsurface release of high-octane gasoline threatened the water supply of a small town in Pennsylvania. Soluble inorganic nutrients...

Thermally Enhanced Bioremediation of a Gasoline-Contaminated Aquifer Using Toluene Oxidizing Bacteria
The combined application of steam injection and vacuum extraction has proved to be very effective for the in situ remediation of a gasoline contaminated aquifer. It is expected that the...

A Natural Cleanup
For almost 30 years, nonvolatile petroleum hydrocarbons from used motor oil, diesel, gasoline and other automotive fluids had been released to an oil sum at a truck-maintenance facility...

Tourist Visitation Impacts of the Accident at Three Mile Island
This paper analyzes tourist impacts of the March 27, 1979, accident at Three Mile Island. A review of the literature, supplemented with recollections from Pennsylvanian public officials,...

Analytical Prediction of Gasoline Thickness on the Water Table
With the increased use of immiscible fluid products such as gasoline, the threats to groundwater resources by hydrocarbon products are increasing. The success of recovery of the hydrocarbon...

Effects of Soil Moisture and Physical-Chemical Properties of Organic Pollutants on Vapor-Phase Transport in the Vadose Zone





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