Ground Water Contamination Transport and Remediation

ISBN-10: 0130138401

ISBN-13: 9780130138408

Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)

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State-of-the-art theory and practice of groundwater contamination, mitigation, and remediation Ground Water Contamination, Second Edition is a thorough update to the leading book on groundwater contamination and remediation for scientists and engineers. Written from both a theoretical and practical viewpoint, this edition focuses on the critical new challenges facing professionals seeking to prevent, mitigate, or remediate groundwater problems -- especially today's highly-complex transport problems. Detailed new coverage includes a full chapter on sorption, biodegradation, and natural attenuation processes; extensive new coverage of risk assessment; and the results of major field studies on several military and Superfund sites. The book reflects increased concern about source zone areas with non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs), residual oils, vapors in the unsaturated zone, gasoline spills which float on the water table, and chlorinated solvent spills which sink to the bottom of aquifers. Coverage includes: bull; bull; Detailed coverage of analytical and numerical methods bull; Extensive case studies and field research from military and Superfund sites bull; Waste site characterization and remedial design bull; Emerging remediation methods, including surfactant and co-solvent soil flushing The new edition includes access to programs and worksheets for Microsoft Excel via the World Wide Web, and contains an extensive set of revised homework problems and solutions for topics such as groundwater flow, well mechanics, and contamination transport. Ground Water Contamination, Second Edition is an essential resource for all hydrogeologists, civil and environmental consulting engineers, and other professionals concerned with groundwater contamination and remediation. It is ideally designed for use in the college classroom.
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List price: $106.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/8/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 604
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.662
Language: English

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Introduction to Ground Water Contamination
The Hydrologic Cycle
Ground Water Hydrology
Ground Water Contamination and Transport
Evolution of Ground Water Information
Ground Water Remediation
Ground Water Hydrology
Properties of Ground Water
Ground Water Movement
General Flow Equations
Dupuit Equations
Streamlines and Equipotential Lines
Unsaturated Flow and the Water Table
Ground Water Flow and Well Mechanics
Steady-State Well Hydraulics
Steady One-Dimensional Flow
Steady Radial Flow to a Well--Confined
Steady Radial Flow to a Well--Unconfined
Well in a Uniform Flow Field
Multiple-Well System
Unsteady Well Hydraulics
Sources and Types of Groundwater Contamination
Underground Storage Tanks
Surface Impoundments
Waste Disposal Injection Wells
Septic Systems
Agricultural Wastes
Land Application and Mining
Radioactive Contaminants
Military Sources of Contamination
Classification of Organic Compounds
Inorganic Compounds in Groundwater
A Typical Industrial Waste Site
Hydrogeologic Site Investigations
Development of Conceptual Site Model
Strategy for Hydrogeologic Site Investigations
Development of a Detailed Site Investigation Workplan
Data Collection Methods
Geologic Data Acquisition
Hydrologic Data Acquisition
Acquisition of Soil and Groundwater Quality Data
Data Evaluation Procedures
Contaminant Transport Mechanisms
Advection Process
Diffusion and Dispersion Processes
Mass Transport Equations
One-Dimensional Models
Governing Flow and Transport Equations
Analytical Methods
Multidimensional Methods
Tests for Dispersivity
Natural Gradient Field Tests for Dispersion
Contaminant Fate Processes
Sorption and Desorption
Abiotic Fate Processes
Evaluation of Fate Processes
Modeling Biodegradation and Natural Attenuation
Kinetics and Rates of Biodegradation
Modeling Biodegradation
Biodegradation Models
Analytical Natural Attenuation Models
Numerical Natural Attenuation Models
Field Site Applications
Flow and Transport in the Unsaturated Zone
Capillary Action
Soil-Water Characteristic Curves
Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity
Governing Equation for Unsaturated Flow
Measurement of Soil Properties
Infiltration Models
Transport Processes in the Unsaturated Zone
Governing Equations for Vapor Transport
Vadose Zone Flow and Transport Models
Numberical Modeling of Contaminant Transport
Numerical Methods
Finite Difference Methods
Finite Element Methods
Method of Characteristics (MOC)
Numerical Flow Models
Contaminant Transport Models
Modeling With Graphical Pre-Processors
Applying Numerical Models to Field Sites
Nonaqueous Phase Liquids
Types of NAPLs
NAPL Transport -- General Processes
NAPL Transport -- Computational Methods
Fate of NAPLs in the Subsurface
Characterizing NAPLs at Remediation Sites
Natural Attenuation and Risk Based Corrective Action
General Principles Behind Natural Attenuation
Natural Attenuation Protocols and Guidance
Demonstrating Natural Attenuation
Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA)
Ground Water Remediation Alternatives
Introduction to Remediation Methods
Remedial Alternatives
Containment Methods for Source Control
Hydraulic Controls and Pump and Treat Systems
Soil Vapor Extraction Systems
Remediating NAPL Sites
Emerging Remediation Technologies
Case Studies of Remediation
Legal Protection of Ground Water
The Process of Ground Water Protection
The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976
The Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendment of 1984 (HSWA)
Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA)
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