Near Field Modeling
Results of near field modeling of the wastefield formed by the Sand Island, Honolulu, ocean sewage outfall are presented. Over 20,000 simulations were run with the mathematical model RSB...

Model Uncertainty for the Advection-Dispersion Equation

Successful Free Product Removal of NAPLs

Dissolution of Toluene Residuals: 3-D Laboratory Experiments

Analysis of the Gasoline Spill at East Patchogue, New York

Characterization and Remediation of a Fuel Oil Plume

Addressing Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids and Dissolved Plumes at Two Adjacent Superfund Sites with Commingled Groundwater Contamination

Experimental Studies of Merging Plumes

Dilution of Dense Bottom Plumes

In Situ Plume Interception and Treatment Technologies: An Overview

Comparison of Near-Field Dilutions Derived from In Situ Measurements and Simulated Dilutions at the Sand Island Sewage Outfall Plume, HI
Near-field dilutions of the Sand Island Treatment Plant (SITP) wastewater plume were derived from salinity measurements made at the sewage outfall between Sept. 25–Oct. 1, 1994, a period...

Review of Factors Affecting In Situ Air Sparging

Plume Characterization with Natural Neighbor Interpolation

Contaminant Transport Issues for Reactive-Permeable Barriers

Monitoring Water Quality Effects During Sediment Remediation

Robust Optimization for Groundwater Quality Management Under Uncertainty

Turbulent Thermals and Plumes in Rotating Fluids

Modeling Uncertainty in Contaminant Plume Location in Subsurface Remediation

Guassian Modeling of Contaminant Plumes

Modeling Riverine Transport of a Pesticide Plume

 

 

 

 

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