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United States Environmental Protection Agency
Vadose-zone Monitoring as a key to Groundwater Protection and Optimization of Remediation Strategies
Sponsored by: USEPA Technology Innovation & Field Services Division
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April 7, 2010, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, EDT (17:00-19:00 GMT)

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VMS is a novel vadose zone monitoring technology that is designed to provide in-situ, real time information on hydrological and chemical conditions of the percolating water in deep sections of the vadose zone. The data collected by the monitoring system provides early detection of subsurface pollution and allows optimization of remediation conditions. Up-to-date the system has been successfully implemented in several research projects on water flow and contaminant transport in various hydrological and geological setups including: (a) floodwater infiltration from stream channels and reservoirs, (b) land use impact on groundwater quality, (c) influence of intensive agriculture on groundwater quality, and (d) controlled remediation conditions of a contaminated vadose zone.

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