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AUTONOMOUS SCREENING OF GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SUBSURFACE USING THE IN SITU MICROCOSM ARRAY (ISMA)
Kalinowski, T., K. McClellan, T.A. Bruton, R. Krajmalnik-Brown, E.M. Driver, and R.U. Halden.
Journal of Hazardous Materials 367:668-675(2019)

The In Situ Microcosm Array (ISMA) was developed to improve the representativeness of lab-scale treatability studies and aid in remedial technology implementation. Field demonstrations of the instrument were performed in two aquifers, one contaminated with TCE and Cr(VI) and the other with perchlorate. The ISMA demonstration was accomplished under ESTCP Project ER-200914, which is further documented at https://www.serdp-estcp.org/Program-Areas/Environmental-Restoration/Contaminated-Groundwater/Monitoring/ER-200914.



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