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View Resource Treatment Processes and Hazardous Waste Sites

There are a number of ways to treat a contaminated site. Each site is treated based on the individual characteristics, priority, and the cost to treat the site. Treatment methods discussed in the...

http://ceenve3.civeng.calpoly.edu/cota/enve436/treatment.htm...
View Resource Hazardous Waste Toxicology and Risk Assessment

According to the text, Hazardous Waste Management, "toxicology deals with the adverse effects caused by exposure of living organisms to chemical substances." The toxicity of a substance is difficult...

http://ceenve3.civeng.calpoly.edu/cota/enve436/toxicology.ht...
View Resource BIOSCREEN: Ground Water and Ecosystems Restoration Research

Conducts research and technical assistance to provide the scientific basis to support the development of strategies and technologies to protect and restore ground water, surface water, and ecosystems...

http://www.epa.gov/ada/
View Resource New Information on the Long-Term Fate of Ammonium in Ground Water

The ammonium (NH4+) dissolved in ground water in the center of a contaminant plume on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has persisted for decades after it entered the subsurface, while other forms of nitrogen...

http://toxics.usgs.gov/highlights/nh4_gw/
View Resource Origin, Fate, and Transport of Organic Compounds in Surface and Ground Waters and Their Effect on Water Quality

There is a general lack of knowledge of fundamental processes governing the fate and transport of anthropogenic organic compounds in surface and ground waters. Interactions of organic contaminants...

http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/proj.bib/pereira.html
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