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Chlorinated solvents transport and natural attenuation modeling in groundwater

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to compare natural attenuation models to predict transport and fate of chlorinated solvents in saturated groundwater Systems. This work was realised within the framework of the research program TRANSPOL. This program was created in order to bring a better and common practice of the use of transport models concerning various pollutants the most encountered. Real case study, Real Case 3, concerns chlorinated solvents fate and transport in groundwater.
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Fabrice Quiot, Claire Rollin, Olivier Bour, Salvador Jordana, Jackie Schwartz, et al.. Chlorinated solvents transport and natural attenuation modeling in groundwater. 10. International UFZ-Deltares/TNO Conference on management of soil, groundwater & sediments (CONSOIL 2008), Jun 2008, Milan, Italy. pp.235-238, Theme D. ⟨ineris-00973298⟩

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