Exploring the Influence of Sorption and Back Diffusion on Dense Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) Source Zone Plume Persistence in Heterogeneous Formations.

Yang, Lurong.

Abstract: The release of chlorinated contaminants sequestered in low-permeability strata is emerging as a critical challenge to site management, limiting remediation performance and sustaining plume longevity. An adapted version of MT3DMS, linked to MODFLOW, is used to simulate the coupled effect of sorption and back diffusion on plume tailing using an ensemble of two-dimensional realizations of a... read more

Tufts University. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
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