Evaluating and Mitigating Vapor Intrusion

D9. Innovative Tools for Evaluating Vapor Intrusion Risk



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Cross Foundation Differential Pressure and Temperature Impacts on Vapor Intrusion at Two Buildings. S. LaRosa and F. Ricciardi.ViewView
VaporSafe™ Continuous Air Monitoring for a Sustainable Solution to the Vapor Intrusion Pathway at a Non-Residential Facility. D. Litz and S. Metz.  ViewView
Building-Specific Attenuation Factors from Flow and Vacuum Data. T. McAlary, W. Wertz, and D. Mali.  ViewView
Risk Factors and Sampling Approaches for VI Preferential Pathway Investigations. L. Beckley and T. McHugh.ViewView
Effective Characterization of Building Susceptibility to Vapor Intrusion with Building Pressure Cycling. H. Dawson, W. Wertz, T. McAlary, and T. Gabris.View
Improved Soil Screening Levels for Volatile Petroleum Chemicals: Including Volatilization in Surficial Soils Criteria. G.E. DeVaull.View 
Automated Continuous Real-Time Vapor Intrusion Monitoring and Response: Acute Exposure Prevention and More. B. Hartman, M. Kram, and C. Frescura.View 
Measuring Indoor Air Concentrations for Multi-Week Periods to Provide a More Accurate and Definitive VI Risk Assessment. H. O'Neill and S. Thornley.View 
Assessing Volatile Organic Chemicals in Soils via Passive Sampling. R. Borrelli, A. Oldani, F. Vago, J. MacFarlane, P.M. Gschwend, and L. Zaninetta.ViewView