A quantitative framework for understanding complex interactions between competing interfacial processes and in situ biodegradation
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In situ bioremediation of contaminated groundwater is made technologically challenging by the physically, chemically, and biologically heterogeneous subsurface environment. Subsurface heterogeneities are important because of influences on interfacial mass

Publication Summary

  • Geosyntec Authors: Mark Johnson
  • All Authors: Mark A. Johnson, Xin Song, Eric A. Seagren
  • Title: A quantitative framework for understanding complex interactions between competing interfacial processes and in situ biodegradation
  • Event or Publication: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology
  • Practice Areas: Groundwater Assessment and Remediation, Specialized In Situ Treatment Technologies
  • Date: 2013