Remediation and Restoration Alternatives

B9. Field-Scale Application of In Situ Treatment Technologies

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Development of a Custom Carbon Amendment Strategy Using Biochar for a Mercury-Contaminated RiverC. Dixon, J. Collins, M. Liberati, and N. GrossoViewView
Mirror Lake Remediation and Restoration: 5 Years Later, Dover, DelawareJ.G. Cargill, U. Ghosh, and E. PatmontView
In Situ Treatment for PCBs in Sediment: Treatability to ImplementationK. Craigie, G. Braun. S. Ozkan, E. Ashley, and J. CollinsViewView
In Situ Amendment for Sediment Remediation to Preserve Marsh HabitatR. Faber, M.J. Erickson, P. Vianna, and S. PatilView
Activated Carbon Placement on the Lower Columbia SloughC. Owens, A. Reese, and J. SutterView
Evaluation of Porewater Reductions Due to Carbon Placement via SedimiteTM and AquaGateTM at a Contaminated Sediment SiteS. Yan, M. Rakowska, T. Hussain, X. Shen, T. Himmer, C. Irvine, J. Eby, S. Ohannessian, D. Janda, and D. ReibleView
Joint Expeditionary Base (JEB) Little Creek: Application of Active Materials as a Component of Contaminated Sediment RemediationJ.A. Collins, S. Patselas, and S. McGeeView
Treatability Study for Under-Pier Activated Carbon Amendment Treatment of Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB)-Contaminated Sediments, Pearl Harbor, HawaiiK. Markillie, W. Wen, B. Nagy, S. Sahetapy-Engel, and E. SloanView