Poster Title and Presentation Presenter

Quantitative Assessment of Long-term Abiotic Transformation Rates of Chlorinated Solvents

Weile Yan

Abiotic TCE Reduction by Meta-Stable Mineral Phases

Richard Johnson

Emerging Core Concepts for Assessment and Enhancement of Abiotic Natural Attenuation of Groundwater Contaminants

Paul Tratnyek

Field Assessment of Abiotic Attenuation Rates using Chemical Reactivity Probes and Cryogenic Core Collection

Richard Johnson

Abiotic Transformation of Chloroethenes in Low Permeability Formations

David Freedman

Identification of Abiotic Degradation Pathways of Chlorinated Ethenes by Compound-specific Stable Isotope Analysis: A Proof-of-Concept Study

Tomasz Kuder

Developing a Quantitative Framework for Predicting Abiotic Attenuation under Natural and Transitional Site Management Scenarios

Paul Tratnyek

Development of Protocols to Quantify Abiotic Transformation Rates and Mechanisms for Chlorinated Ethenes in Water Supply Aquifers

David Freedman

Field Deployable ORP Kit for Quantitative Assessment of Abiotic Monitored Natural Attenuation Rates

Dimin Fan

Abiotic Degradation of PCE and TCE by Magnetite and Clay Minerals Revisited

Michelle Scherer

Abiotic Reduction of the Insensitive Munitions Compounds DNAN, NQ, and NTO by Humic Acid and a Model Quinone

Pei Chiu

Reduction of 3-Nitro-1,2,4-Triazol-5-One (Nto) by the Hematite–Fe(Ii) Redox Couple

Pei Chiu

A Surface Site-Based Model for the Prediction of Rate Constants for the Reduction of NAC/MCs by Iron Oxides

Pei Chiu

Compound Specific Isotope Analysis of Mineral-Mediated Abiotic Reduction of Nitro Compounds

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William Arnold

Characterization of Enhanced Subsurface Abiotic Reactivity with Electrical Resistivity Tomography/Induced Polarization

Jim Szecsody