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A field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration /
Adsorption techniques in drinking water treatment : papers and discussion from the NATO/CCMS symposium held in Reston, Virginia, USA, April 30 through May 2, 1979 /
Attenuation of Ground-Water Contaminant Pulses.
Disinfection Resistance of 'Legionella pneumophila' and 'Escherichia coli' Grown in Continuous and Batch Culture.
Field Evaluation of a Simple Microcosm Simulating the Behavior of Volatile Organic Compounds in Subsurface Materials.
Field Evaluation of In-situ Biodegradation of Chlorinated Ethenes: Part 1, Methodology and Field Site Characterization.
Growth of 'Legionella pneumophila' in Continous Culture and Its Sensitivity to Inactivation by Chlorine Dioxide.
Growth of 'Legionella pneumophila' in Continuous Culture.
In-situ aquifer restoration of chlorinated aliphatics by methanotrophic bacteria /
In-situ biotransformation of carbon tetrachloride under anoxic conditions /
Interpreting Organic Solute Transport Data from a Field Experiment Using Physical Nonequilibrium Models.
Methodologies for evaluating in-situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents /
Natural gradient experiment on solute transport in a sand aquifer
Natural Gradient Experiment on Solute Transport in a Sand Aquifer. 1. Approach and Overview of Plume Movement.
Natural Gradient Experiment on Solute Transport in a Sand Aquifer. 3. Retardation Estimates and Mass Balances for Organic Solutes.
Natural Gradient Experiment on Solute Transport in a Sand Aquifer. 4. Sorption of Organic Solutes and Its Influence on Mobility.
Principals of Organic Contaminant Behavior during Artificial Recharge.
Simulation of the Transport of Ion-Exchanging Solutes Using Laboratory-Determined Chemical Parameter Values.
Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds by Sediments.
Three-Dimensional Solutions for Solute Transport in an Infinite Medium with Mobile and Immobile Zones.
Transport of Organic Contaminants in Groundwater: Distribution and Fate of Chemicals in Sand and Gravel Aquifers.
Volatilization of organic pollutants in wastewater treatment : model studies /
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