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Fractured Rock

Project Profiles


Browse and Search Profiles

The fractured rock project profiles compiled in the CLU-IN database 1 document efforts to characterize and remediate contaminated fractured bedrock sites at the pilot- and full-scale levels. The database includes 264 profiles, involving eight remediation and twelve characterization technologies. Each profile summarizes the following information on the site:

  • Hydrogeology
  • Contaminants
  • Site Characterization Technologies
  • Remedial Technologies
  • Remediation Goals
  • Status
  • Lessons Learned

The information was collected from technical journals and conference proceedings, as well as other published sources. The profiles show several characterization and remediation technologies are typically used to improve the understanding of these sites. Just click on the button "Browse and Search Profiles" to view the profiles, which can be filtered by geology and contaminant search terms as well as types of characterization and remediation technologies.


  1. Further updates for the Fractured Rock Profiles have been discontinued, and the last complete update was accomplished in 2010 with partial updates continued through February 2013. Although the information provided here was current when first created, it may now be outdated.  ↩

  2. Further updates for the Fractured Rock Profiles have been discontinued, and the last complete update was accomplished in 2010 with partial updates continued through February 2013. Although the information provided here was current when first created, it may now be outdated.  ↩



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