Track A: Bioremediation Implementation Practices
A8. Innovative and Efficient Amendment Delivery Strategies




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Accessing Difficult Geology for Characterization and Injection Using the New GeoTAPTM Method
D. Pizarro and T. McCullough
Selection of Drilling Method for Effective Amendment Delivery
R.A. Meyer
Coupling Hydraulic Fracturing with Bioremediation for Treatment of Chloroethenes and 1,4-Dioxane in Low-Permeability Formations
D. Baird, C.M. Ross, M. Klosky, and A. Lorenz
Direct Sonic Injection for Enhanced Remediation
S. Chen, C. Lacko, and J. Haselow
Quantifying Delivery of Particulate Amendments in Heterogeneous Aquifers Using Electrical Resistance Tomography
T.W. Macbeth, I. Lo, J. Romig, T. Johnson, K. Muller, and L. Zhong
Analysis of the Viability of Gravel as a Backfill Material for Biostimulation Systems
A. Alvarez and S.D. Siciliano
Hydraulic Emplacement of Zero-Valent Iron Coupled with In Situ Bioremediation for VOC Treatment in a Low-Permeability Aquifer
C.J. Voci, E. Bausher, and C.M. Ross
Combined In Situ Remediation to Address DNAPL in Shallow Overburden and Weathered Bedrock
-K. Lazzeri, J. McNew, W. Moody, and W. Meese
Amendment Delivery Methodology for Permeable Reactive Barrier (PRB) Installation in a Challenging Lithology at Shaw AFB, Sumter, South Carolina
G. Simpson, D.A. Pizarro, D. Christensen, S. Palakur, and J. Chytil
Permeable Reactive Transects for Treatment of Hexavalent Chromium in Varied Geology
D.A. Pizarro and T. McCullough
How Much Carbon and Bioaugmentation is Needed for Effective Reductive Dechlorination?
L. LaPat-Polasko, B.H. Stamatovski, and J. King