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ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES IN SOURCE ZONE CHARACTERIZATION AND REMEDIATION: RECENT PROGRESS
Abriola, L. | RemTEC Summit, February 26-28, 2019, Denver, Colorado. 33 slides, 2019

Recent results of interdisciplinary research, sponsored by SERDP, were designed to improve understanding of the processes controlling the fate of DNAPL in heterogeneous subsurface formations and to develop improved methodologies for source zone characterization and management. Numerical simulations and experimental observations are used to illustrate advances in our understanding of the hydrologic and abiotic/biotic transformation processes influencing source zone persistence. The presentation also highlights research demonstrating the potential utility of innovative methods based upon machine-learning techniques for site characterization and risk assessment. https://www.remtecsummit.com/ext/resources/Static-Pages/presentations/Linda-Abriola.pdf



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