||State-of-the-art of aquifer restoration /
Knox, R. C. ;
Canter, L. W. ;
Kincannon, D. F. ;
Stover, E. L. ;
Ward, C. H.
||National Center for Ground Water Research, Norman, OK.;Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.
|| Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory ; NTIS,
Water quality management ;
Ground water ;
Water pollution control ;
Pile structures ;
Citizen participation ;
Water treatment ;
Activated carbon ;
Chemical removal(Sewage treatment) ;
Decision making ;
Waste treatment ;
Microorganism control(Sewage) ;
Air stripping ;
||Region 1 Library/Boston,MA
||v.2, repository copy
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||2 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm.
This two-volume report presents a summary of the state-of-the-art of aquifer restoration. Included are eight sections and seven appendices. The text includes sections on: (1) ground water pollution control through institutional measures, source control, stabilization/solidification methods, well systems, interceptor systems, capping and liners, sheet piling, grouting and slurry walls; (2) treatment of ground water via air stripping, carbon adsorption, biological treatment, chemical precipitation, and other treatment techniques; (3) in-situ chemical treatment and biological stabilization; (4) a protocol for aquifer restoration decision-making; and (5) techniques for aiding the decision-making process. The appendices (volume II) include: (1) case studies of aquifer restoration; (2) considerations regarding an aquifer restoration information center; (3) information for public participation in aquifer restoration decision-making; and (4) an annotated bibliography of 225 selected references. The state-of-the-art of aquifer restoration is a rapidly changing technology, with many uses of single or combined techniques in planning or recently implemented.
Includes bibliographical references. PB85-181071. "Final report."
Vol. 1. Sections I thru VIII--Vol. 2. Appendices A thru G.