Groundwater Remediation in Cold Regions

  title={Groundwater Remediation in Cold Regions},
  author={Elif Cal and Ng Tran and Meenakshi Arora and Geoff W. Stevens},
Sorption characteristics of partially soluble hydrocarbons (Toluene, Naphthalene and Xylene) on various adsorbent materials have been investigated at 40 °C to facilitate the development of a permeable reactive barrier (PRB) to treat oil-contaminated surface and sub-surface waters in cold regions. Inverse modelling has been utilized using the computer program CXTFIT to determine the variable parameters, axial dispersion coefficient and porosity. A set of partial differential equations was solved… CONTINUE READING


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