© 2005

Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water

Science in the Real World Volume 9

  • Editors
  • Edward J. Calabrese
  • Paul T. Kostecki
  • James Dragun

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Bioremediation

    1. E. Cervantes-Gonzalez, L.I. Rojas-Avelizapa, R. Cruz-Camarillo, N.G. Rojas-Avelizapa
      Pages 1-11
    2. A.R. Clemente, L.R. Durrant
      Pages 13-20
    3. M.A. Gondim-Tomaz, Telma T. Franco, Lucia R. Durrant
      Pages 21-32
    4. Denice K. Nelson, Frederick C. Payne, Suthan S. Suthersan
      Pages 69-89
    5. Eldon R. Rene, ShihabuBudheed M. Maliyekkai, Ligy Philip, T. Swaminathan
      Pages 105-121
    6. Katherine R. Weeks, Scott C. Veenstra, David L. Hill
      Pages 123-134
  3. Chemical Oxidation

    1. Raymond Cadorette, David Walker, Lawrence Nesbitt
      Pages 135-152
    2. Elizabeth Rasmussen, Richard W. Lewis, Robert Luhrs, Timothy Pac, Ronald C. Slager
      Pages 153-165
  4. Heavy Metals

    1. Rita Kaszala, Ilona Barany-Kevei
      Pages 167-174
    2. Maria Antonia Tanchuling, Mohammod Ruhul Amin Khan, Osamu Kusakabe
      Pages 251-263
    3. John Tunks, John Hicks Parsons, Rafael Vazquez, Don Vroblesky
      Pages 265-285
    4. Stephen G. Zembra, Edmund A. C. Crouch, Shailesh R. Sahay, Eirlyss Vanderhoff, Ambrose Donovan
      Pages 287-297
  5. MTBE

About this book


Increasingly in the environmental industry we are reminded how much we are part of the real world. Global economic pressures, geopolitical uncertainty, business ethics, and other world dynamics exert enormous pressure on our academic, industrial, governmental or consulting work venues. Yet, often these pressures have challenged us to produce scientific and engineering solutions that are more focused, cost-effective and readily implemented. The environmental remediation industry in general has responded well. Perhaps the growing alliance movement in business today is a signpost for another important opportunity. Collaborations enable entities to focus on what they do best and rely on others to do the same. Such collaborations build trust and encourage more strategic thinking.

Contaminated Soils Volume 9 contains 38 technical papers, covering a wide range of environmental issues. Volume discussion includes: Part I Bioremediation; Part II Chemical Oxidation; Part III Heavy Metals; Part IV MTBE; Part V Phytoremediation; Part VI Radiation; Part VII Regulatory and Legal issues; Part VIII Remediation; Part IX Risk Based Cleanup; and Part X Site Assessment.

Contributing authors to this volume are from government agencies, academic institutions, the consulting community and industrial companies. This important volume documents the state of environmental science and provides perspective on where we as an industry have come from. Increased scientific, engineering and consulting alliances and collaboration should drive our efforts going forward.


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