GQ2001 (Sheffield, UK), provided a forum for discussion of the newest advances in research on natural and enhanced restoration of pollutants in soils and groundwater. Themes: State-of-the-art site characterization and remediation strategies; Field-scale demonstration of treatment technologies fundamental understanding of natural attenuation processes in the subsurface and their application in remediation design; Reactive barrier design and performance; amd Reactive transport modelling of natural attenuation processes.
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