Natural attenuation : chlorinated and recalcitrant compounds /
editors, Godage B. Wickramanayake, Robert E. Hinchee.
Columbus, Ohio : Battelle Press, c1998.
viii, 379 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
1574770586 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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Columbus, Ohio : Battelle Press, c1998.
1574770586 (hardcover : alk. paper)
general note
"First International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May 18-21, 1998."
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Table of Contents
Biodegradation Potential of DNAPL with Mixed Halogenated C2-Compoundsp. 1
Intrinsic Dechlorination of 1,2-Dichloroethane at an Industrial Sitep. 7
Modeling Bacterial Adhesion and Shearing in Porous Mediap. 13
Influence of Soil Organic Matter on the Fate of Trichloroethylenep. 21
Anaerobic and Aerobic Biodegradation of Chlorinated Solvents in a Freshwater Wetlandp. 27
Increased Dissolved Barium Produced by Intrinsic Biodegradation of Organicsp. 33
TCE Cometabolism by Ammonia-Oxidizing Biofilms Grown Under Near-Oligotrophic Conditionsp. 39
Analysis of Intrinsic, Aerobic Bioremediation of TCE Using Basalt-Based Microcosmsp. 45
Nitrifying Bacteria as "Priming" Catalysts for the Biodegradation of Xenobioticsp. 51
Anaerobic Transformation of TCE Driven by Organo-Silicon Compoundsp. 57
Assessment of Heavy Metal Inhibition of Reductive Dechlorination of Hexachlorobenzenep. 63
Attenuation of PCE: Induced Anoxic Versus Existing Oxic Conditionsp. 69
Natural Attenuation of Mono- and Dichlorobenzenes in Anaerobic Surface Sediments at the Petro Processors Sitep. 75
Field Scale Applications to Demonstrate Natural and Enhanced Transformations of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbonsp. 81
Preliminary Microbial Respiration Study on Contaminated Wetland Sedimentsp. 87
Molecular and Metabolic Characterization of a 3-Chlorobenzoate-Degrading Anaerobic Microbial Communityp. 93
Relationships Between the Trichloroethylene-Degrading Activities and the Amino Acid Sequences of Phenol Hydroxylases in Phenol-Degrading Bacteriap. 99
Extensive Remediation Concepts Based on Natural Attenuationp. 105
Characterization of the Retention Zonep. 111
Total Alkalinity as a Bioremediation Monitoring Toolp. 117
Real-Time Assay for TCE in Water Samplesp. 123
Application of an Innovative Method for Visualizing Natural Attenuationp. 127
Isotopic Tracers of Degradation of Dissolved Chlorinated Solventsp. 133
A Two-Phased Approach to the Evaluation of Natural Attenuationp. 139
Natural Attenuation Selected as Remedial Alternative for Chlorinated Solvent Site in Floridap. 147
Intrinsic Remediation at Former Lindane Production Facilityp. 153
Commingled Plume Identification Based on Natural Attenuation: A Case Studyp. 159
Assessment of Intrinsic Biodegradation of Multiple Chlorinated Hydrocarbonsp. 165
Assessing Intrinsic Remediation of TCE Using a Novel Field Approachp. 171
Practical Issues in Field Sampling and Analysis for Natural Attenuation Assessmentsp. 177
PCE Degradation Near Petroleum-Contaminated Sitesp. 183
Measuring Mn[superscript +2] in Groundwater Natural Attenuation Studiesp. 193
An Expert System to Evaluate TCE Sites for Natural Attenuationp. 199
Evaluating the Natural Attenuation of Transient-Source Compounds in Groundwaterp. 205
Full-Scale Field Application of a Coupled Biodegradation-Redox Model (BioRedox)p. 213
TCE and 1,2-DCE Biotransformation Inside a Biologically Active Zonep. 219
Modeling Intrinsic Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwaterp. 225
Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Aliphatics at the Naval Air Engineering Station, Lakehurst, NJp. 231
BIOCHLOR: A Planning-Level Natural Attenuation Model and Database for Solvent Sitesp. 237
Field Evidence for Intrinsic Bioremediation of Trichloroethene in a Carbonate Aquiferp. 243
Remediation Life Cycle at an EDC Spill Sitep. 249
Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons in an Unconfined Dolomite Aquifer Under Oxic Conditionsp. 257
Intrinsic Cometabolism of Carbon Tetrachloride with Gasoline: Regulatory Site Closurep. 263
Modification of Remedial Methods to Preserve the Benefits of Natural Attenuationp. 269
Intrinsic Bioremediation of Chlorinated and Nonchlorinated VOCs at a RCRA Landfillp. 275
Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvent-Contaminated Groundwaterp. 281
Natural Attenuation of PCE and TCE: A Case Studyp. 287
Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents - Technical and Regulatory Issuesp. 293
Potential for Natural Attenuation of Chloroethenes in Fractured Basaltp. 299
Natural Attenuation of 1,2-Dichloroethane and Chloroform in Groundwater at a Superfund Sitep. 309
Intrinsic Remediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Co-Contaminated Groundwater Plumes at the Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevadap. 315
Cometabolism of MTBE by Alkane-Utilizing Microorganismsp. 321
Natural Attenuation of MTBE at the Borden Field Sitep. 327
Natural Attenuation of BTEX and MTBE Under Complex Hydrogeological Conditionsp. 333
Biodegradation of MTBE in a Pilot-Scale Biofilterp. 341
Author Indexp. 347
Keyword Indexp. 371
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