An Adjoint-Sensitivity-Analysis Based Mathematical Framework: DNAPL Source Zone Characterization, Uncertainty Quantification, and Sampling Strategy Design.

Tang, Tian.


  • Subsurface contamination by dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPLs) is a continuing societal concern due to the widespread use and improper disposal of these compounds. Due to the heterogeneous nature of geological formations, which leads to a high degree of spatial variability in DNAPL migration and entrapment, delineation of the distribution of source zone mass and the associated downgradient ... read more
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