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RECORD NUMBER: 496 OF 1865
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Innovative means of dealing with potential sources of ground water contamination : proceedings of the seventh National Ground Water Quality Symposium Held at Las Vegas, Nevada on September 26-28, 1984.|
|CORP Author||National Water Well Association.|
|Publisher||National Water Well Association ;|
|Additional Subjects||Ground water ; Water pollution ; Meetings ; Water storage ; Underground storage ; Water flow ; Sources ; Mining ; Hazardous materials ; Injection wells ; Mine waters ; Industrial wastes ; Earth fills ; Land application|
|Collation||536 pages ; 28 cm|
The Seventh National Ground Water Quality Symposium was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on September 26-28, 1984. The symposium was dedicated to the memory of Mahdi S. Hantush (1921-1984), a pioneering scientist who specialized in the application of mathematics to solve transient ground water flow problems. The theme of this conference was 'developing and implementing innovative means of dealing with potential sources of ground water contamination.' Among the potential sources of contamination addressed at the meeting were: underground storage tanks; mining and mine wastes; agricultural chemicals and land application practices; injection wells; abandoned wells; and hazardous and non-hazardous wastes in landfills and impoundments.
EPA 600/9-85/012. NTIS: PB85-196947. April 1985. "Held on September 26-28, 1984, Las Vegas Nevada." "Symposium dedicated to the memory of Mahdi S. Hantush (1921-1984) a pioneering scientist who specialized in the application of mathematics to solve transient ground water flow problems." Microfiche.