Geoenvironmental Engineering: Integrated Management of Groundwater and Contaminated Land

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Raymond Nen Yong, Hywel R. Thomas
Thomas Telford, 2004 - Science - 599 pages
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This new book containing the proceedings of the 4th Geoenvironmental Engineering Conference, organised by the British Geotechnical Association and Cardiff University's School of Engineering, held in Stratford-Upon-Avon in June 2004. The theme of the conference was Integrated Management of Groundwater and Contaminated Land. This book is a compilation of peer-reviewed papers; grouped according to the sessions under which they were presented at the conference. Issues associated with Geoenvironmental Engineering continue to be a major preoccupation for Governments, public and private organisations and the general community around the world. The conference brought together people working in industry, academia and the public sector to discuss the latest ideas and developments in Geoenvironmental Engineering and related fields. The papers in these proceedings reflect the work being undertaken across the discipline. This volume is an indispensable source of information on current research and practice in the field of integrated management of groundwater and contaminated land.

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Influence of the unsaturated zone of soil layer on the solute migration
Use of equilibrium and initial metal concentrations in determining Freundlich Isotherms
Fate and transport of bacteriophage in UK aquifers as surrogates for pathogenic viruses
Resistivity change during transport of heavy metal in sand
Conceptual model and mathematical formulation of NAPL transport in unsaturated
Mass flux behaviour of DNAPL sources after insitu surfactant flushing remediation
Landfilling the road less travelled
their application in the real world
development of a classification system
Leachability of metals from municipal solid waste flyash and bottomashes
Characterization of fresh and landfilled cement kiln dust for reuseinconstruction
Assessing the potential for attenuation of organic substances within mineral landfill
The cotreatment of sewage and mine waters

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Page 551 - This work was supported by the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the Research Council of the Universite de Moncton, Moncton, NB, Canada.

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