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Title Contaminated soils, sediments and water : volume 10: successes and challenges / edited by Edward J. Calabrese, Paul T. Kostecki, James Dragun.
Imprint New York : Springer, 2006.

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Subject Soil remediation.
Water -- Purification.
Alt Name Calabrese, Edward J., 1946-
Kostecki, Paul T.,
Dragun, James,
Description 1 online resource (xxv, 508 pages) : illustrations, maps, charts
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Note International conference proceedings.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I. Environmental Fate -- 1. Slow Desorption of Phenanthrene from Silica Particles: Influence of Pore Size, Pore Water, and Aging Time / Michael H. Huesemann, Timothy J. Fortman, Robert G. Riley, Christopher J. Thompson, Zheming Wang, Michael J. Truex, and Brent Peyton.
Part II. Heavy Metals -- 2. Understanding the Causes of and the Permanent Solutions for Groundwater Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh / Meer T. Husain and Thomas E. Bridge. -- 3. Evaluation of Heavy Metal Availability in the Mining Areas of Bulgaria / Penka S. Zaprjanova, Violina R. Angelova, and Krasimir I. Ivanov. -- 4. Average Particle Size Ratios and Chemical Speciation of Copper and Zinc in Road-Dust Samples / Adnan M. Massadeh and Qasem M. Jaradat.
Part III. Modeling -- 5. Contaminant Fate and Transport in the Courtroom / Charles M. Denton and Michael G. Sklash. -- 6. A New Method of Delineating Three-dimensional Capture Zones with Models / John P. Glass, Scott DeHainaut, and Rose Forbes. -- 7. Comparing Air Measurements and Air Modeling at a Residential Site Overlying a TCE Groundwater Plume / Dennis Goldman, Ron Marnicio, Wilson Doctor, and Larry Dudus. -- 8. Development and Application of a Multimedia Model to Assess Fate and Transport of Organic Chemicals in a South Texas Lake / Venkatesh Uddameri and Dhanuja Kumar.
Part IV. MtBE and Oxygenates -- 9. The MtBE Removal Effectiveness of Air Sparging, Tested On an Intermediate Scale Laboratory Apparatus / Claudio Alimonti and Daniele Lausdei. -- 10. Maine's Experiment with Gasoline Policy to Manage MtBE in Groundwater / John M. Peckenham, Jonathan Rubin, and Cecilia Clavet.
Part V. Radionuclides -- 11. Development of Radon Enrichment in Soil Gas Over Quartz-Mica Schist in Virginia / Douglas Mose, George Mushrush, Charles Chrosniak and Paul Dibenedetto. -- 12. Influence of Home Size On the Risk from Soil-gas and Waterborne Indoor Radon / Douglas Mose, George Mushrush, George Saiway and Fiorella Simoni.
Part VI. Regulatory -- 13. How Interstate Collaboration Can Improve Site Cleanups: Triad and the ITRC / Ruth R. Chang and Stuart J. Nagourney.
Part VII. Remediation -- 14. Organoclay/Carbon Systems at Military Installations / George Alther. -- 15. Remediation of Petroleum-containing Soil and Groundwater at a Former Rail Yard Locomotive Fueling Area / Scott R. Compston, Bruce R. Nelson, Scott A. Underhill, Andrew R. Vitolins, and Leann M.H. Thomas. -- 16. Phyto-extraction of Field-weathered DDE By Subspecies of Cucurbita and Exudation of Citric Acid From Roots / Martin P.N. Gent, Zakia D. Parrish, and Jason C. White. -- 17. Phytoremediation of Lead-Contaminated Soil in the Urban Residential Environment Using Seed Mustard / Ilana S. Goldowitz and Joshua Goldowitz. -- 18. CVOC Source Identification Through in Situ Chemical Oxidation in Fractured Bedrock / Mark D. Kauffman, Andrea M. Traviglia, James H. Vernon, and John C. Lachance. -- 19. ISCO Technology Overview: Do You Really Understand the Chemistry? / Ian T. Osgerby. -- 20. Brownfield Site Assessment and Remediation / Ronald Richards, Christen Sardano, Lester Tyrala, and John Zupkus. -- 21. Treatment of PCP-Contaminated Soil Using an Engineered Ex Situ Biopile Process On a Former Wood Treatment Superfund Site / Carl Rodzewich, Christian Belanger, Nicolas Moreau, Michel Pouliot and Nile Fellows.
Part VIII. Risk Assessment and Remedial Approaches Towards Restoration and Management of Contaminated Rivers -- 22. Exploring Innovative and Cost-effective Solutions to Contaminated Sediments to Achieve Ecological Restoration of the Lower Neponset River / Karen Pelto. -- 23. Restoring an Urban River / Robert Breault and Matthew Cooke. -- 24. a Framework for River Cleanup Decision Making / David F. Ludwig, Stephen P. Truchon, and Carl Tammi. -- 25. Neponset River Workshop / Dale W. Evans. -- 26. Options for the Neponset / Danny D. Reible. -- 27. Sorbent-amended "Active" Sediment Caps for In-Place Management of PCB-contaminated Sediments / G.V. Lowry, P.J. Murphy, A. Marquette, and D. Reible. -- 28. River Restoration: a View from Wisconsin / Mark Velleux and Edward Lynch. -- 29. Characterization of Contaminated Sediments for Remediation Projects in Hamilton Harbour. -- Alex J. Zeman and Timothy S. Patterson.
Part IX. Site Assessment -- 30. Evaluation of Solvent Plume Discharge to a Wetland Stream Using an Innovative Passive Diffusion Sampling Methodology / Lucas A. Hellerich, John L. Albrecht, and Richard C. Schwenger. -- 31. a Preliminary Environmental Site Investigation for a Bridge Over the Mississippi River at Moline, Illinois / C. Brian Trask. -- 32. Targeted Brownfields Assessment of a Former Power Plant Using the Triad Approach / Barbara A. Weir, James P. Byrne, Robert Howe, Denise M. Savageau, and Kathy Yager. -- 33. Case Study of TCE Attenuation from Groundwater to Indoor Air and the Effects of Ventilation On Entry Routes / Alborz Wozniak and Christopher Lawless.
Summary Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water: Successes and Challenges, Volume 10 contains a valuable collection of success stories (and challenges) in the areas of environmental fate, heavy metals, modeling, MTBE and oxygenates, regulatory, remediation, risk assessment, site assessment and sampling methodology. It demonstrates the progress that has been made in working together toward the optimization of established approaches, as well as embracing departures from traditional regulatory models in order to address the threats to our natural resources. The book is divided into eight sections: Part I: Environmental Fate; Part II: Heavy Metals; Part III: Modeling; Part IV: MTBE and Oxygenates; Part V: Radionuclides; Part VI: Regulatory; Part VII: Remediation; Part VIII: Risk Assessment and Remedial Approaches Towards Restoration and Management of Contaminated Rivers. Contributing authors to Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water: Successes and Challenges, Volume 10 are from government agencies, academic institutions, the consulting community and industrial companies. They document the state of environmental science and provide perspective on the progress that has occurred.
Note Print version record and online resource (SpringerLink, viewed November 12, 2015).
ISBN 9780387283241 (electronic bk.)
0387283242 (electronic bk.)
9781280462191 (electronic bk.)
1280462191 (electronic bk.)
9780387283227 (Print)
0387283226 (Print)
6610462194
9786610462193
OCLC # 262691488
Additional Format Print version: Contaminated soils, sediments and water. New York : Springer, 2006 0387283226 9780387283227 (DLC) 2006274048 (OCoLC)62462370


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