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IN SITU CHEMICAL TREATMENT: A LOVE-HATE RELATIONSHIP
Suthersan, S., J. McDonough, M. Schnobrich, and C. Divine.
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 37(1):17-26(2017)

A large body of experience and many lessons learned on how to implement situ chemical treatments (ISCTs, such as chemical oxidation and reduction) successfully has been gained after several decades of mixed success in the field. The best practices for ISCT design highlighted in this paper are closely aligned with current remediation philosophies related to high-resolution investigation, contaminant mass flux mapping, and subsurface transport dynamics. Open Access at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gwmr.12203/full.



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