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A Field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration

A Field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory in Ada, OK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquifers.,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution.,
  • Biodegradation -- Measurement.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesField evaluation of in situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration.
    StatementLewis Semprini ... [et al.].
    ContributionsSemprini, Lewis., Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22443769M

    Groundwater pollution is imminent in most developing countries as a result of increased anthropogenic activities apart from possible natural pollutants. This study reviewed groundwater pollution and discussed possible remediation measures. Sources of pollution can be categorized into two major types: point source pollution and non-point source by: 1. United States Office of Research and EPA/60Q/R/Q44 Environmental Protection Development August Agency Washington DC

    The potential for in situ biodegradation of tert-butyl alcohol (TBA) by creation of aerobic conditions in the subsurface with recirculating well pairs was investigated in two field studies conducted at Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB).In the first experiment, a single recirculating well pair with bromide tracer and oxygen amendment successfully delivered oxygen to the subsurface for 42 by: 5. Sufficient levels of fermentable organic substrates are present to support microbial growth and contaminant biodegradation. The aquifer pH is appropriate for microbial growth and contaminant biodegradation. Critical microorganisms are present in sufficient numbers with the required genetic capability to degrade the pollutants.

    CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION, AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING O R E G O N S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y SEMPRINI, Lewis Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University, 3/93 - 9/00 (Tenured ) Field Evaluation of In-Situ Bioremediation of Trichloroethylene, cis-and-trans-Dichloro-File Size: 47KB. @article{osti_, title = {In situ, field-scale evaluation of surfactant-enhanced DNAPL recovery using a single-well, ``push-pull'' test}, author = {Istok, J D and Field, J A}, abstractNote = {The overall goal of this project was to further develop the single-well, ``push-pull'' test method as a feasibility assessment and site-characterization tool for studying the fundamental fate and Cited by: 5.


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A Field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration Download PDF EPUB FB2

The specific objectives of the field study are: 1. To demonstrate whether the pro- posed method of promoting the enzymatic decomposition of TCE and related compounds is effective under controlled experiments per- formed in-situ, in an aquifer representing conditions typical of ground water environments; 2.

Careful site characterization and implementation of quantitative monitoring methods are prerequisites for a convincing evaluation of enhanced biostimulation for aquifer restoration.

This paper describes the characterization of a site at Moffett Naval Air Station, Mountain View, California, and the implementation of a data acquisition system suitable for real-time monitoring of subsequent.

A Field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation for aquifer restoration: project summary Author: Lewis Semprini ; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.

He is a Science and Engineering Associate in the Department of Civil Engineering at Stanford University. He has participated in several field investigations related to contaminant transport and enhanced methods for aquifer restoration.

He has developed and operated the automated data acquisition and control system used in this field by: A Field Evaluation of In‐Situ Biodegradation of Chlorinated Ethenes: Part 3, Studies of Competitive Inhibition Lewis Semprini Department of Civil Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California Cited by: A field study of biodegradation of trichloroethylene (TCE) through methane injection was conducted at the yard of a home in Japan.

Methane was selected as the safest substrate for injection into groundwater. Methane, oxygen, nitrate, and phosphate were introduced into groundwater contaminated with μg/L of by: Careful site characterization and implementation of quantitative monitoring methods are prerequisites for a convincing evaluation of enhanced biostimulation for aquifer restoration.

his paper describes the characterization of a site at Moffett Naval Air Station, Mountain View, California, and the implementation of a data acquisition system suitable for real-time monitoring of subsequent aquifer restoration experiments.

hallow, confined aquifer was chosen for the enhanced biodegradation. Efficacy of forming biofilms by Pseudomonas migulae AN-1 toward in situ bioremediation of aniline-contaminated aquifer by groundwater circulation wells.

Environmental Science and Pollution Research23 (12), Cited by: In situ bioremediation of groundwater. Authors; Authors and affiliations; L., Roberts, P.V., Hopkins, G.D. and McKay, D.M. () A Field Evaluation of In-Situ Biodegradation for Aquifer Restoration, EPA Project Summary /S2 Aquifer restoration via accelerated in situ biodegradation of organic contaminants, in Proc.: Management Cited by: 3.

Natural Gradient Drift Tests for Assessing the Feasibility of In Situ Aerobic Cometabolism of Trichloroethylene and Evaluating the Microbial Community Change.

Water, Air, & Soil Pollution(), DOI: /s Andreas Tiehm, Kathrin R by: Ecology and Biogeochemistry of in Situ Groundwater Bioremediation. V., Hopkins, G. D., Mackay, D. M., and Semprini, L.,A field evaluation of in-situ biodegradation of field demonstration on the use of hydrogen peroxide for in situ bioremediation of an aviation gasoline-contaminated aquifer, in: Bioremediation Field Cited by: In Situ Bioreclamation: Applications and Investigations for Hydrocarbon and Contaminated Site Remediation is a collection of selected papers submitted by participants to the international symposium ""In Situ and On-Site Bioreclamation"", held in San Diego, California in March @article{osti_, title = {Field Evaluation of the Restorative Capacity of the Aquifer Downgradient of a Uranium In-Situ Recovery Mining Site}, author = {Reimus, Paul William}, abstractNote = {A two-part field study was conducted in Smith Ranch-Highland in-situ recovery (ISR) near Douglas, Wyoming, to evaluate the restorative capacity of the aquifer downgradient (i.e., hydrologically.

In book: The Handbook of Groundwater Engineering, Second Edition, pp A Field Evaluation of In-Situ Biodegradation of Chlorinated Ethenes: Part 2, Results of Biostimulation and.

In situ groundwater bioremediation of hydrocarbons has been used for more than 40 years. Most strategies involve biostimulation; however, recently bioaugmentation have been used for dehalorespiration.

Aquifer and contaminant profiles are critical to determining the feasibility and strategy for in situ groundwater : Terry C Hazen.

Restoring these aquifers and minimizing human exposure to the parent chemicals and their degradation products will require the identification of suitable biomarkers of human exposure; better understandings of how exposure can be related to disease outcome; better understandings of mechanisms of transport of pollutants in the heterogeneous structures of the subsurface; and field testing and evaluation of Cited by: Documenl No.

Revised Field Evaluation of Biodegradation at the French Llmlted Site (Phase 11) Volume I '7 (With Ammendment tection describing the EPA and TWC comments M and the French Limited Task Group response t~ those commants.) cv I- 0 a Submitted to: U.S.

Environmarntal Protection Agency -Region VI and the Texas Water CommBs~ion. limitations inherent in evaluating in situ bioremediation Because the subsurface is complex and incompletely accessible, knowledge of the fate of ground water contaminants always will be limited.

This situation is intensified for in situ remediation technologies of any type, because frequently the amount, location, and type of contamination are unknown.

Microbial Biodegradation and Bioremediation brings together experts in relevant fields to describe the successful application of microbes and their derivatives for bioremediation of potentially toxic and relatively novel compounds.

This single-source reference encompasses all categories of pollutants and their applications in a convenient, comprehensive package. How To Evaluate Alternative Cleanup Technologies.

For Underground. Storage Tank Sites. A Guide For Corrective Detailed Evaluation Of In-Situ Groundwater Bioremediation Effectiveness. X Site Characteristics That Affect In-Situ Groundwater biodegradation of organic constituents in the saturated zone.

In-situ. The course will begin with an overview of aquifer geochemistry and the various factors that influence microbial processes (Part 1), followed by transport theory as applied to in situ bioremediation project design (Part 2), and the course will conclude with field case studies (Part.A Field Evaluation of In Situ Microbial Reductive Dehalogenation by the Biotransformation of Chlorinated Ethenes.

Bioremediation of Trichloroethylene-Contaminated Soils by a Methane-Utilizing Bacterium Methylocystis SP. M. Evaluating Trichloroethene Biodegradation by Measuring the In Situ Status and Activities of Microbial Populations.A typical biodegradation workplan can be found in Appendix A.

The scope of this field guide is limited to aerobic biodegradation, also known as landfarming or land treatment, of oil-contaminated soils.

It is arranged in a logical way to facilitate the decision-making process for selecting biodegradation as a remediation option.