Poster Title and Presentation Presenter

Development of Predictive Tools for Assessment of Natural Attenuation Capacity and Treatment Transition at Chlorinated Solvent Sites

Natalie Capiro

Transitioning from Active Remedies to Monitored Natural Attenuation

David Adamson

Interactive Training System for Reductions in Cost and Complexity of Remediation and Long-term Management of Contaminated Sites

David Reynolds

Flux-Based Assessment of Post-Remedial Performance

Mark Newman

Validation of Advanced Molecular Biological Tools to Monitor Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation and Estimate CVOC Degradation Rates

Mandy Michalsen

Development of a Quantitative Framework for Evaluating Natural Attenuation of 1,1,1-TCA, 1,1-DCA, 1,1-DCE, and 1,4-Dioxane in Groundwater

Anthony Danko

Development of a Borehole Electrical Technology for Assessing Diffusion and Dual Domain Mass Transfer

Ramona Iery

In Situ Verification and Quantification of Naturally Occurring Dechlorination Rates in Clays: Demonstrating Processes that Mitigate Back-Diffusion and Plume Persistence

Charles Schaefer

Quantifying Delivery of Activated Carbon Particulates in Heterogeneous Aquifers Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography

Tim Johnson

Forecasting Effective Site Characterization and Early Remediation Performance

Michael Kavanaugh

Simple Method for Estimating Groundwater Cleanup Time with Back Diffusion

Robert Borden

Biogeochemical Processes that Control Natural Attenuation of Trichloroethene in Low Permeability Zones

Erin Berns

Quantifying the Distribution of Biotic and Abiotic Transformation Rate Constants in Low Permeability Clay Zones for Improved Assessment of TCE Impacts to Groundwater at DoD Field Sites

Charles Werth