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Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents,Petroleum Hydrocarbons & Other Organic Compounds - 5(1)

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Title: Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents,Petroleum Hydrocarbons & Other Organic Compounds - 5(1)
Author: Alleman, Andrea, Bruce C.; Leeson
ISBN: 1574770748 / 9781574770742
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 402
Publisher: Battelle Press
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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The natural attenuation option is getting more attention from site managers and regulators as a viable alternative to more costly engineered site remediation approaches. Natural attenuation was first demonstrated at sites with hydrocarbon contamination, but recent studies at sites contaminated by chlorinated compounds have shown that this approach often has merit for those more challenging contamination problems. Covering natural attenuation in media ranging from deep aquifers to shallow soils, and for contaminates ranging from fuels to solvents to herbicides, this volume offers the reader a comprehensive overview of case studies that represent the current state of the art in natural attenuation approaches to site remediation. This volume is one of an eight- volume set of proceedings from the Fifth International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium held in San Diego, April 1999.

Foreword

Section 1 : Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents
Chapter 1 : A Simple, Metabolically Diverse Consortium from a TCE-Contaminated Basalt Aquifer
Chapter 2 : Biodegradation and DNAPL Issues Associated with Dry Cleaning Sites
Chapter 3 : Natural Attenuation of Methylene Chloride in Groundwater
Chapter 4 : Rapid Intrinsic Degradation of Chlorinated Solvents at a Manufacturing Site in Brazil
Chapter 5 : Modeling Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvent Plumes at Dover Air Force Base Area-6 Site
Chapter 6 : Monitored Natural Attenuation of a Methylene Chloride Plume
Chapter 7 : Monitored Natural Attenuation Completes Remediation at Santa Clara Valley Site
Chapter 8 : Influence of Other Contaminants on Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents
Chapter 9 : Benefits and Concerns with Application of the USEPA Protocol for Monitored Natural Attenuation
Chapter 10 : Consideration of the Effects of Remediation Technologies on Natural Attenuation
Chapter 11 : Intrinsic Remediation of Chlorinated Solvents at a Closed Industrial Landfill in the UK
Chapter 12 : Evaluation of In Situ Biodegradation of Chlorinated Solvents in a Fractured Bedrock Aquifer
Chapter 13 : Modeling Natural Attenuation at the Plattsburgh Air Force Base
Chapter 14 : Biochlor Natural Attenuation Model for Chlorinated Solvent Sites
Chapter 15 : Biotic and Abiotic Transformation of a Volatile Organics Plume in a Semiarid Vadose Zone

Section 2 : Natural Attenuation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons and MTBE
Chapter 16 : A Comparative Assessment of the Long-Term Behavior of MTBE and Benzene Plumes in Florida
Chapter 17 : Anaerobic Biodegradation of MTBE in a Contaminated Aquifer
Chapter 18 : Hydrocarbon and MTBE Removal Rates During Natural Attenuation Application
Chapter 19 : Use of Bioscreen to Evaluate Natural Attenuation of MTBE
Chapter 20 : Methodology to Evaluate Natural Attenuation of Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether
Chapter 21 : Cosolvency Effect in Aquifers Contaminated with Ethanol-Amended Gasoline
Chapter 22 : Rapid Qualification of Sites with Natural Attenuation Potential
Chapter 23 : Bioattenuation of an LNAPL Plume at a Tidally Influenced Site
Chapter 24 : Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Through Natural Attenuation at a DoD Facility
Chapter 25 : Natural Attenuation Study of the Aquifer Underlying the Trecate 24 Oilfield
Chapter 26 : Investigation of the Intrinsic Biodegradation of Alkyl and Cyclic Ethers
Chapter 27 : Phospholipids of Five Pseudomonad Archetypes for Different Toluene Degradation Pathways
Chapter 28 : Assessment of Intrinsic Capacities of Microflorae for Gasoline Degradation
Chapter 29 : Biodegradation of Gasoline Constituents in a Fractured Aquitard : A Field Study
Chapter 30 : Oxidation Capacity of Sediments in Relation to Biodegradation of Toluene
Chapter 31 : Intrinsic Bioremediation of BTEX in a Cold-Temperature Environment
Chapter 32 : Seasonal Temperature Variation and Microbial Heat Generation at a JP4-Contaminated Site
Chapter 33 : Use of Isotope Fractionation in Residual Hydrocarbons for Monitoring Bioremediation
Chapter 34 : Natural Attenuation of Jet Fuel-Contaminated Runoff Water in the Unsaturated Zone

Section 3 : Vadose Zone Natural Attenuation
Chapter 35 : Natural Attenuation of Hydrocarbon in the Vadose Zone : A Field Perspective
Chapter 36 : Biodegradation of Phenolics Within the Vadose Zone
Chapter 37 : Canadian Consortium Research Project—Evaluation of Vadose Zone BTX Biodegradation

Section 4 : Natural Attenuation of Mixed Plumes
Chapter 38 : Intrinsic Bioremediation of TCE and Petroleum Hydrocarbons, MacDill AFB, FL.
Chapter 39 : Natural Attenuation of Commingled Chlorinated and PHC Plumes at a New England DOD Site
Chapter 40 : Fate of Tetrachloroethene and Benzene at a Dry Cleaning Facility
Chapter 41 : Biotic and Abiotic Natural Attenuation of Trichloroethane and Benzene
Chapter 42 : Natural Attenuation of PAHs and Benzene at the Stockton MGP Site

Section 5 : Natural Attenuation of Other Organic Compounds
Chapter 43 : Monitored Natural Attenuation of Coking Waste Contaminants in Groundwater
Chapter 44 : Natural Attenuation of Phenolic Compounds in a Deep Sandstone Aquifer
Chapter 45 : Natural Attenuation of Chloroacetinilide Herbicides in Aquatic Systems
Chapter 46 : Evaluation of a Novel Natural Attenuation Scenario
Chapter 47 : Incorporation of In Situ Biodegradation into a Complex Regulatory Closure

Section 6 : Methods and Analysis
Chapter 48 : Cost-Effective Long-Term Monitoring Design for Intrinsic Bioremediation
Chapter 49 : Iron (III) Bioavailability During Anaerobic Biodegradation of Organic Pollutants in Groundwater
Chapter 50 : Designing Monitoring Programs to Evaluate the Performance of Natural Attenuation
Chapter 51 : Visualizing Natural Attenuation Trends at the Hill Air Force Base
Chapter 52 : Development of a Natural Attenuation Test Kit
Chapter 53 : Field Comparison of Paired Direct Push and HSA Wells
Chapter 54 : Organic Acids as a Bioremediation Monitoring Tool
Chapter 55 : Cost-Effective Risk-Based In Situ Bioremediation Design
Chapter 56 : Stimulation of the Acceptance of Monitored Natural Attenuation in the Netherlands
Chapter 57 : Ecological and Human Health Risk Assessments of the Trecate 24 Oilwell Blowout

Author Index
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