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Alternatives for Hazardous Waste Management in the Inorganic Chemicals Industry.
Calcium carbonate dissolution rate in limestone contactors
Calcium carbonate dissolution rate in limestone contactors : project summary /
Evaluating Natural Source Zone Depletion at Sites with LNAPL. Technology Overview.
Experimental Study of Complete Dissolution of a Nonaqueous Phase Liquid in Saturated Porous Media.
Factors controlling matrix storage during DNAPL mass depletion in heterogeneous porous media
Kinetics of Chemical Weathering in B Horizon Spodosol Fraction.
Kinetics of Chemical Weathering: A Comparison of Laboratory and Field Weathering Rates (Chapter 17).
Modeling the Effects of Acid Deposition: Assessment of a Lumped Parameter Model of Soil Water and Streamwater Chemistry.
NAPL : simulator documentation /
Phosphorus Enrichment, Silica Utilization, and Biogeochemical Silica Depletion in the Great Lakes.
Prediction of mass flux from DNAPL source zone with complex entrapment architecture : model development, experimental validation, and up-scaling /
Pump-and-treat ground-water remediation : a guide for decision makers and practitioners /
Three-Dimensional NAPL (Nonaqueous Phase Liquid) Fate and Transport Model.
Use of Chemical Additives to Improve Aeration Rates. Preliminary Study of Models.
Use of Chemical Additives to Improve Aeration Rates. Study of the Behavior of Single Bubbles.
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