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GEOPHYSICAL METHODS FOR CHARACTERIZATION AND MONITORING AT GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION SITES
Naval Facilities Engineering Command, 8 pp, 2018

Geophysical methods have the potential to improve characterization and monitoring at sites where groundwater remediation is planned or underway. This fact sheet focuses on the application of geophysical tools in support of environmental remediation. The following topics are discussed: Why use geophysics? What geophysical methods are available? When/where do different geophysical methods work? https://www.navfac.navy.mil/content/dam/navfac/Specialty%20Centers/Engineering%20and%20Expeditionary%20Warfare%20Center/Environmental/Restoration/er_pdfs/g/navfacexwc-ev-geophysical-groundwater-201808.pdf



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