Track E: Sustainability and Resilient Remediation
E4. Adaptive Site Management Strategies to Mitigate Climate Change Impacts




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Climate Change Resiliency Assessments of Two Coastal Sites in Colombia in Preparation for Resilient Remedy Selection
K.A. Morris and V. Kolluru
A Practical Method to Assess Groundwater Remediation System Resiliency: Groundwater Plume Stability is Your Indicator Light
T.O. Goist, J.A. Ricker, D. Winchell, and M. Burns
Enhanced Phytotechnology as a Nature-Based Solution for Supporting Climate Resiliency
K. Waldron, B. Harding, C. Cohu, and J. Freeman
Constructed Wetlands as a Viable Remedial Alternative Contributing to Improved Site Climate Resilience
M. Verbeeck, O. Vounaki, and P. Valle
Incorporating Resilience and Adaptation into the SuRF-UK Sustainable Remediation Framework
A.O. Thomas, R. Gill, N. Harries, and P. Bardos
Understanding the Impact: Evaluation of Footprint Reduction Achieved with Adaptive Site Characterization
J. Vidonish Aspinall, J. Gattenby, J. Quinnan, and P. Curry
Communicating the Impact: Moving from Qualitative Inclusion of Sustainable Best Management Practices to an Integrated Sustainable Resilient Remediation Approach
J. Gattenby, S. Herbert, J. Sturza, C. Gregg, and M. Dupre
Understanding the Carbon Footprint of Fixed Media PFAS Treatment Systems: Life Cycle Assessment and Eco-Efficiency Analysis
M. Goncalves, M. Ahmad, J. Gattenby, and A. Fischer