Author(s): M. Zakikhani, D.W. Harrelson, J. C. Pennington, J.M. Brannon,
M.K. Corcoran, J. Clark & W.A. Sniffen
Environmental impacts of sites contaminated with explosives have raised
considerable concerns in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
risks and cleanup of these sites are required for protection of human health and
Monitored natural attenuation (MNA) is a potential and costeffective
remedial alternative for explosives-contaminated groundwater at sites
where a decline in contaminant mass can be demonstrated to occur at a rate
sufficient to ensure the protection of potential receptors.
The objective of this
study was to provide a technical basis for a systematic measuring strategy for
natural attenuation at sites contaminated wit...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/ENV040081
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