Handbook of Vadose Zone Characterization & Monitoring

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 2. Mai 2018
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  • 752 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-44194-0 (ISBN)
 
This book is written in a simple, straightforward manner without complicated mathematical derivatives. Compiled by experienced practitioners, this guide covers topics such as basic principles of vadose zone hydrology and prevalent monitoring techniques. Case studies present actual field experiences for the benefit of the reader. The Handbook provides practitioners with the information they need to fully understand the principles, advantages, and limitations of the monitoring techniques that are available.
The Handbook of Vadose Zone Characterization & Monitoring expands and consolidates the useful and succint information contained in various ASTM documents, EPA manuals, and other similar texts on the subject, making it an invaluable aid to new practioners and a useful reference for seasoned veterans in the field.
  • Englisch
  • London
  • |
  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
  • 16,81 MB
978-1-351-44194-0 (9781351441940)
Philosophical and Regulatory Considerations
Is Our Ground-Water Monitoring Strategy Illogical? Stephen J. Cullen, John H. Kramer, Lorne G. Everett, and Lawrence A. Eccles
EPA's Approach to Vadose Zone Monitoring at RCRA Facilities, Neal D. Durant and Vernon B. Myers
Vadose Zone Hydrogeology in the United States
Vadose Zone Hydrogeology in the United States, Stanley N. Davis
Basic Vadose Zone Hydrological Processes: Transport and Storage of Water and Solutes
Water and Solute Transport and Storage, Peter J. Wierenga
Preferential Flow in Structured and Sandy Soils: Consequences for Modeling and Monitoring, Tammo S. Steenhuis, J.-Yves Parlange, and Sunnie A. Aburime
Basic Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes in the Vadose Zone
Basic Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes in the Vadose Zone - Inorganics, Donald D. Runnells
Sorption and Transport of Organic Chemicals, Mark L. Brusseau
Biotransformation of Organic Compounds, R.M. Miller
Fate and Transport of Microorganisms in the Vadose Zone, David K. Powelson and Charles P. Gerba
Preliminary Monitoring-Related Activities
Understanding the Geologic Framework of the Vadose Zone and Its Effect on Storage and Transmission of Fluids, John H. Kramer and Barry Keller
Estimating the Storage Capacity of the Vadose Zone, Stephen J. Cullen and Lorne G. Everett
Estimating the Ability of the Vadose Zone to Transmit Liquids, Herman Bouwer
Tension Infiltrometers for the Measurement of Vadose Zone Hydraulic Properties, A.A. Hussen and A.W. Warrick
Estimating the Transport and Fate of Contaminants in the Vadose Zone Based on Physical and Chemical Properties of the Vadose Zone and Chemicals of Interest, Mark L. Brasseau and L.G. Wilson
Laboratory Studies on Air Permeability, David S. Springer, Stephen J. Cullen, and Lorne G. Everett
Modeling
Modeling Contaminant Transport in the Vadose Zone: Perspective on State of the Art, Graham E. Fogg, D.R. Nielsen, and D. Shibberu

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