||Modeling contaminant transport through subsurface systems /
Charbeneau, R. J. ;
Weaver., J. W.
||Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK. ;Texas Univ. at Austin. Center for Research in Water Resources.
|| Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center, Lamar University ; [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency],
Mathematical models ;
Subsurface investigations ;
Path of pollutants ;
Water pollution ;
Land pollution ;
Ground water ;
Environmental transport ;
Chemical spills ;
Oil spills ;
Soil contamination ;
Hydrocarbon Spill Screening Model
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Modeling of contaminant transport through soil to groundwater to a receptor requires that consideration be given to the many processes which control the transport and fate of chemical constituents in the subsurface environment. These processes include volatilization, degradation, sorption and multiphase partitioning, leaching, advection and dispersion. Mathematical models for simulation of these processes may require significant data inputs. The paper reviews the important factors involved in modeling of subsurface transport as well as the data requirements and uncertainties. An application of a hydro-carbon spill screening model is presented.
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