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Issues: No deficiencies in the overall remedy were identified during the third Five-Year Review. The remedy is performing as intended and is demonstrating good progress in remediating the ground water. To further expedite the ground water cleanup, some follow-up actions are recommended. The following recommendations were developed by DOE/LLNL during the(More)
At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Superfund site, the properties of ground water flow were used to define a series of hydrostratigraphic units (HSUs) within a thick sequence of previously-undivided, heterogeneous alluvial sediments. A methodology using multiple independent data sets was used to define the hydrostratigraphic unit boundaries.(More)
  • V. Dibley, M. Dresen, +12 authors R. Ruiz
  • 2002
Acknowledgements The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Ground Water Project is supported by a number of people who contribute significantly to the project. The editors and authors are pleased to recognize the efforts of the following people and services:
  • Charles Noyes
  • 2016
We present the design of a novel data structure. We aim to solve the issue of window/range-based queries of distributed data stores in peer to peer architectures. Traditional models, for example, distributed hash tables (DHTs), are hostile towards window queries because their hashing operations are designed to uniformly distribute stored data across a(More)
  • Borglin P. Krauter, Z. Demir W. McConachie, +5 authors G. Howard
  • 2004
Acknowledgements The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Livermore Site Ground Water Project is supported by a number of people who contribute significantly to the project. The editors and authors are pleased to recognize the efforts of the following people and services: Figure 1. Livermore Site treatment facilities and related areas. Figure 2.(More)
Synopsis—In the age of information, of the Internet, the protection of our most vital infrastructure becomes increasingly important. Moores law continues to prove accurate, with the number of transistors on standard integrated circuits doubling about every two years, but virus scanning applications have not innovated on the same level and development has(More)
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