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Cap Construction and Operation
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Chris will chair these sessions:

David W. Moore (USACE ERDC/USA) * An Innovative Geocomposite for Placing Activated Carbon-Sand Caps. K. Thimm and J. Olsta. Jim Olsta (HUESKER Inc./USA)

* Assessing Stability of Engineered Caps in the Upper Hudson River Impacted by a 100-year Flood Event. K. Takagi, S. Gbondo-Tugbawa, E. Garvey, J. Atmadja, and G. Klawinski. Kenneth A. Takagi (Louis Berger U.S./USA)

* Construction Quality Assurance during Environmental Dredging and Capping Projects. M. Ellis, T. Boom, and A. Santini. Mike Ellis (Barr Engineering/USA)

* Do In Situ Caps/Covers Work? Where is the Science? G.A. Burton, K. Thiamkeelakul, E. Cervi, M. Hudson, S. Nedrich, A. Rentschler, and S.S. Brown. G. Allen Burton (University of Michigan/USA)

Geocells: An Innovative Approach to Capping Sediments in High Energy Sandy Sediment Environments. T. Konechne, C. Bowen, K.S. Bell, and S. Hayter. Todd Konechne (The Dow Chemical Company/USA)

Long-Term Monitoring of a Thin-Layer Sand Cap in Peninsula Harbour Area of Concern. T. George, L. Richman, B. Rao, H. Schneider, U. Garza-Rubalcava, D. Reible, A. Jackson, J. Biberhofer, M. Graham, K. Kim, R. Santiago, R. Foster, and B. Ratcliff. Danny Reible (Texas Tech University/USA)

* Mixing, Transporting, Placing, and Field Verification of a Chemical Containment Subaqueous Cap: A Case Study. M.J. Barvenik, G.B. Schwartz, V. Radics, K. Lento, J. Harrison-Rice, and B. Gauley. Geoffrey Schwartz (GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc./USA)

Monitoring Effectiveness of Pilot-Scale Sediment Caps in a Dynamic Sand Riverbed. R. Johnson, R. Cleary, P. LaGoy, and K. Powell. Russell A. Johnson (Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc./USA)

* Onondaga Lake Long-Term Cap Monitoring Program. S. Liberatore, E. Glaza, M. Vetter, D. Reidy, and B. Hague. Stephen Liberatore (Parsons Corporation/USA)

* Onondaga Lake Remediation: From Construction/ Restoration to Maintenance and Monitoring. K. Krzanowska, M. Spera, and M. O'Neill. Katarzyna Krzanowska (AECOM/USA)

Sediment Cap Design and Placement: Site 19, Former Derecktor Shipyard Marine Sediment (Operable Unit 5). S. Patselas, R. Clarke, and J. Gravette. Stavros Patselas (Tetra Tech/USA)

Publication Summary

  • Geosyntec Authors: Christopher Greene
  • All Authors: Christopher Greene, Heather VanDewalker
  • Title: Cap Construction and Operation
  • Event or Publication: Battelle: 2019 Sediments Conference
  • Practice Areas: Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup, Environmental Planning and Management
  • Citation: Session B2, The Tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments will be held February 11-14, 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.
  • Date: Feb. 12, 2019
  • Location: New Orleans, Louisiana