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The Dense, Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (DNAPLs) documents provide guidance on characterizing, remediating, and monitoring DNAPL source zones.
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Presents approaches to performance monitoring of various in situ technologies for treating DNAPL source zones.
A primer discussing scientific approaches and strategies used to characterize sites known or suspected to be contaminated with DNAPLs.
A technical and regulatory guide for those involved in selecting and implementing surfactant/cosolvent flushing of DNAPLs as a remedial action.
Description of some aggressive in situ technologies that target DNAPL source zones for elimination or substantial reduction to achieve more rapid remediation and speedier site closure.
Review of three general types of emerging DNAPL characterization technologies—including geophysical, cone penetrometer, and in situ tracers— and two categories of emerging DNAPL remediation technologies—thermal enhanced extraction and in situ chemical oxidation.