Remedy and Restoration Implementation

A1. Innovation and Improvement in the Design Process

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Management of PAH- and NAPL-Impacted Dredge Residuals: Former Manufactured Gas Plant Site Located in the Portland Harbor Superfund SiteR. Barth, H. Samaha and B. WyattViewView
Investigation and Design Considerations for Active Harbors with Contaminated SedimentsDeShields, B. Kellems and K. PurcellViewView
Installation of J-Hook Vanes to Mitigate Bank Erosion as Part of a Time Critical Removal ActionEmery-DeVisser, W. Ingram, J. Hansen, S. Jelen and C. DraperViewView
Structured Design Process Improvement for Complex Sediment Site Remedial DesignsM.J. Erickson, R. Faber and A. HebertViewView
Flexibility in Dredge Design in Urban WaterwaysA. Chin, M. Thorpe, C. Dixon and J. RuspantiniView 
Application of ESS to Evaluate Contaminant Migration Risk from a Proposed Dredged Material Containment Facility DesignJ. Drummond, D. Wilt, J. Hulbert and K. SharpeView
In-Stream Remediation of Coal Tar-Impacted Sediments and Fractured BedrockR.D. D'Hollander, H.M. Philip and P.L. RothView View
Dredge Completion Decision TreesM. Erickson, L. Tomlinson and E. DievendorfView 
Value-Driven Engineering for Design and Construction Management of a Time Critical Removal Action with PCB-Impacted Soil/Sediment Including a Water Control Structure Dam RemovalHansen, A. Emery-DeVisser, J. Caryl and C. DraperView 
Addressing Contaminated Groundwater to Surface Water Discharge: Application of Materials and Methods for Construction of In Situ Permeable Reactive Barriers (PRBs) to Limit Migration of PFASR. Stewart, J. Collins, and J. HullView 
The New Normal: Planning for Sediment Project Water Management Considering Climate ChangeK. Young, E. Ashley, C. Silver and S. OzkanView