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Acquisition of Representative Ground Water Quality Samples for Metals.
An in-situ permeable reactive barrier for the treatment of hexavalent chromium and trichloroethylene in ground water /
Capstone report on the application, monitoring, and performance of permeable reactive barriers for ground-water remediation. Volume 1, Performance evaluations at two sites /
Characterization of Chromium-Contaminated Soils Using Field-Portable X-ray Fluorescence.
Chromate Reduction and Remediation Utilizing the Thermodynamic Instability of Zero-Valence State Iron.
Colloidal Considerations in Groundwater Sampling and Contaminant Transport Predictions: A Bimonthly Technical Progress Review.
Colloidal FE2O3 Transport Studies in Laboratory Model Systems Using Shallow Aquifer Material.
Colloidal-facilitated transport of inorganic contaminants in ground water. Part I, Sampling considerations /
Comparison of Ground-Water Sampling Devices Based on Equilibration of Water Quality Indicator Parameters.
Distribution, Speciation, and Transformation of Chromium in Contaminated Soils and Aquifer Sediments.
Effects of pH, Solid/Solution Ratio, Ionic Strength, and Organic Acids on Pb and Cd Sorption on Kaolinite.
Emplacement Verification and Long-Term Performance Monitoring for Permeable Reactive Barrier at the USCG Support Center, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
Facilitated transport of inorganic contaminants in ground water. Part II, Colloidal transport /
Filtration of Ground Water Samples for Metals Analysis.
Flow contribution and water quality with depth in a test hole and public-supply wells : implications for arsenic remediation through well modification, Norman, Oklahoma, 2003-2006 /
Ground water remediation of chromium using zero-valent iron in a permeable reactive barrier /
Groundwater Sampling for Metals (Chapter 14).
In situ Immobilization and Detoxification of Chromate-Contaminated Ground Water Using Zero-Valent Iron: Field Experiments at the USCG Support Center, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
In situ Permeable Reactive Barrier for the Treatment of Hexavalent Chromium and Trichloroethylene in Ground Water. Volume 2. Performance Monitoring.
Innovative measures for subsurface chromium remediation : source zone, concentrated plume, and dilute plume /
Laboratory studies on the stability and transport of inorganic colloids through natural aquifer material /
Long-term performance of permeable reactive barriers using zero-valent iron : an evaluation at two sites /
Metals in Ground Water: Sampling Artifacts and Reproducibility.
Natural attenuation of hexavalent chromium in ground water and soils /
New Approach to Purging Monitoring Wells: Lower Flow Rates Reduce Required Purging Volumes and Sample Turbidity.
NGWA Workshop on Permeable Reactive Barriers in Ground Water.
Passive Sampling of Groundwater Monitoring Wells without Purging: Multilevel Well Chemistry and Tracer Disappearance.
Permeable reactive barrier technologies for contaminant remediation.
Remediation of Chromate-Contaminated Ground Water Using an In-situ Permeable Reactive Mixture: Field Pilot Test, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
Remediation of Chromate-Contaminated Groundwater Using Zero-Valent Iron: Field Test at USCG Support Center, Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
Sorption of Cd, Ni and Zn by Kaolinite and Montmorillonite Suspensions (Journal Version).
Stability and Transport of Inorganic Colloids through Contaminated Aquifer Material.
Surface Chemical Effects on Colloid Stability and Transport through Natural Porous Media.
Surface-Charge Repulsive Effects on the Mobility of Inorganic Colloids in Surface Systems. Annual Colloid and Surface Science Symposium (65th). Held in Norman, Oklahoma on June 17-19, 1991.
Toward a Better Understanding of the Complex Geochemical Processes Governing Subsurface Contaminant Transport.
Transport and Transformation of Hexavalent Chromium Through Soils and into Ground Water.
Transport of Inorganic Colloids through Natural Aquifer Material: Implications for Contaminant Transport.
Use of Batch Tests as a Screening Tool for Radionuclide Sorption Characterization Studies, Hanford, Washington, U.S.A.
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