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by R. N. Young

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ISBN:
0727726064
Author:
R. N. Young
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Amer Society of Civil Engineers (April 1, 1997)
Pages:
586 pages
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1949 kb
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It discusses the movement of pollutants impact on the groundwater resources, and the ability of natural ground to retain pollutants.

Throughout the world there is an ever increasing awareness of the importance of environmental issues. Pollution of the natural environment is welfare. It discusses the movement of pollutants impact on the groundwater resources, and the ability of natural ground to retain pollutants. The papers in this book have been grouped together into seven major areas: Site investigation and characterisation; Transport modelling; saturated and unsaturated; Geotechnics of land disposal of waste; Geotechnical recycle or reuse of waste materials; Remediation of contaminated ground; and geoenvironmental risk and regulations.

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The contamination of groundwater by heavy metal, originating either from natural soil sources or from anthropogenic sources is a matter of utmost concern to the public health

The contamination of groundwater by heavy metal, originating either from natural soil sources or from anthropogenic sources is a matter of utmost concern to the public health. Remediation of contaminated groundwater is of highest priority since billions of people all over the world use it for drinking purpose.

This manual surveys important remediation technologies used in the remediation of contaminated aquifers and provides a detailed analysis of each approach. The techniques covered include simple screening model and field application, pump-and-treat, bioremediation, steam flooding, and air sparging. The discussion of both the benefits and limitations of each approach allows engineers to evaluate the applicability of the technology in actual scenarios

The transport and fate of pollutants in soils are governed by different biotic or abiotic processes and depend of several factors . In this chapter we will focus on understanding the interaction between microorganisms and pollutants in the environment.

The transport and fate of pollutants in soils are governed by different biotic or abiotic processes and depend of several factors. These factors include soil properties (. mineralogy, organic matter content, pH, moisture); chemical compounds properties (. hydrophobicity, vapor pressure, and chemical stability); biota activity; sequestration; and environmental factors (. temperature and precipitation).

Geoenvironmental Engineering book. Contaminated Soils, Pollutant Fate, and Mitigation. Geoenvironmental Engineering. Geoenvironmental Engineering book. Why do some contaminants remain in soils indefinitely? How much of a threat do they pose to human health or the environment? The need for effective and economic site decontamination arises daily.

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