2005

Reactive Transport in Soil and Groundwater

Processes and Models

ISBN: 978-3-540-26744-7 (Print) 978-3-540-26746-1 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Processes

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      Pages 3-15

      The unsaturated zone — a neglected component of nature

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      Pages 17-37

      Use of stable isotope analysis to assess biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in the unsaturated zone. Laboratory studies, field studies, and mathematical simulations

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      Pages 39-49

      A model assessing bioavailability of persistent organic pollutants in soil

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      Pages 51-63

      Geochemical changes under variably saturated conditions during artificial recharge via ponded infiltration — A field study

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      Pages 65-77

      Transport of Cr(VI), Ni(II) and Mn(II) through metallurgical wastes. Batch and column experiments

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      Pages 79-91

      Modeling adsorption-desorption processes of Cu on montmorillonite and the effect of competitive adsorption with a cationic pesticide

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      Pages 93-105

      NMR spectroscopy: a tool to study interactions between organic pollutants and soil components?

  2. Modelling

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      Pages 109-125

      Incorporating geomicrobial processes in reactive transport models of subsurface environments

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      Pages 127-139

      Consequences of Different Kinetic Approaches for Simulation of Microbial Degradation on Contaminant Plume Development

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      Pages 141-155

      Natural Attenuation in the unsaturated zone and shallow groundwater: coupled modeling of vapor phase diffusion, biogeochemical processes and transport across the capillary fringe

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      Pages 157-169

      Enhancement of solute spreading in soils due to particle-facilitated transport and preferential flow

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      Pages 171-185

      Multiphase and Multi-component Interactions through the Unsaturated Saturated Zone Field and Model Study

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      Pages 187-195

      Solute contaminant transport in variably saturated dual-porosity/dual permeability chalk: field tracer experiments and modelling

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      Pages 197-207

      Integration of pedotransfer functions and topographical data to obtain soil hydraulic properties at catchment scale

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      Pages 209-217

      Analytical Model for Gravity-Driven Drainage

  3. Integration

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      Pages 221-237

      Hydrogeophysical characterization of subsurface solute transport at the Krauthausen test site: experiments and numerical modelling

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      Pages 239-249

      Tracer Experiments on Field Scale for Parameter Estimation to calibrate Numerical Transport Models

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      Pages 251-263

      Biogeochemical modeling of reactive transport applied to laboratory and field studies on jet-fuel contamination

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      Pages 265-277

      Assessing the potential for natural or enhanced in-situ bioremediation at a TCE-contaminated site by coupling process analysis and modeling

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      Pages 279-295

      Partial source treatment by in-situ technologies — a review of limits, advantages and challenges