Remediation and Restoration Alternatives

B10. Understanding Chemistry of In Situ Treatment Amendments

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Engineering Optimization/Validation of In Situ Reactive Cap for TPH-, PCB- and Hg-Impacted Sediment Site in Southern Coastal EuropeC. Sandrone, A. Campi, and J. MuellerViewView
Evaluation of Reactive Cap Amendments to Sequester Dissolved Manganese in Upwelling GroundwaterKanematsu, D. Vlassopoulos, S. Bagnull, R. Mohan, and R. PassmoreViewView
Environmental Impact of Ongoing Sources on Recontamination of Remediated Aquatic EcosystemA.S. Knox and M.H. PallerViewView
Predicting Reduction in Sorption Capacity of In Situ Activated Carbon Amendments Due to FoulingW. Azhar and D. ReibleViewView
Effects of Activated Carbon-based Amendments on the Bioavailability of Methylmercury from Marsh Sediments to Aquatic InvertebratesS. Kane Driscoll, K. Kulacki, J. Sanders, D. Farrar, C. Gilmour, and S.S. BrownViewView
Preparation and Application of Tea Leaves In Situ Capping Reactive Materials for Remediation of Lindane-Contaminated SedimentsC.-W. Wang and C. LiangView
In Situ Chemical Treatment of Chlorobenzene and Chlorofluorocarbon DNAPL in Aquifer Materials under a Major RiverD. Bryant, B.A. Smith, and B. DesjardinsView View
Biological Side Effects from Activated Carbon When Used in Contaminated Sediment Treatment: Trying to Put Things into PerspectiveJ. Jersak, J. Collins, J. Hull, and T. HjartlandView
Biological Effects of Activated Carbon are Dependent on Particle Size and the Test OrganismR. Rämö, J. Honkanen, and J. GunnarssonView