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|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||Revised ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
David L. Russell is a professional engineer, writer, lecturer, and environmental professional. He has written three technical books on environmental topics, and countless articles and editorials. He has lectured and worked in such diverse places as the Ukraine, Ghana, Ecuador, Romania, Hungary, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland, and the United Arab Emirates. His company, Global Environmental Operations Inc., has performed a variety of interesting and challenging projects, including researching solutions to radium removal in coal mine waters, setting up treatment facilities for large remediation projects, and risk assessments. He lives and works in Lilburn, Georgia.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Overview. Investigation Techniques - the Geolotists' Tools. Fluid Movement through Soils. Site Characterization Notes. Phased Investigation & RIFS. Remedial Methods Introduction. Groundwater Models by Dr. Sumartojo. Cleanup of Soils: General Problems. Discussion and Limits of Various Techniques: Soils. Discussion and Limits of Various Techniques: Water. Discussion and Limits of Various Techniques: Valdose Zone. Special Problems and Challenges. Safety Concerns. Permitting Requirements. Costs. Final Thoughts. Index.