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Publications Related to the NAPL Depletion Model

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Carey, G.R., 2015, 4-hour short course entitled: Using the NAPL Depletion Model for Estimating Timeframes for Natural and Enhanced Attenuation. Presented at the Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies, Miami, Florida, May 18, 2015.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2015, Estimating Tortuosity Coefficient based on Hydraulic Conductivity, Ground Water, accepted for publication.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2015, Estimating Transverse Dispersivity Based on Hydraulic Conductivity, in submittal to Environmental Technology & Innovation.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2015, Through-Discharge Decline Rate for Layers of Residual DNAPL: 1. Field-scale multicomponent source, in preparation for submittal to Water Resources Research.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2015, Through-Discharge Decline Rate for Layers of Residual DNAPL: 2. Empirical Regression, in preparation for submittal to Water Resources Research.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2015, NAPL Depletion Model Development and Case Studies, in preparation.

Carey, G.R., 2015, Using the NAPL Depletion Model (NDM) for Forensic Analysis of NAPL Architecture at a Field Site, presented at the 30th Biennial Groundwater Conference, Sacremento, California, October 6-7, 2015.

Carey, G.R., 2015, Modeling LNAPL Depletion at a Former Xylene Processing Facility (Germany), accepted as platform presentation at Cleanup 2015 Conference, organized by CRC Care, Melbourne, Australia, September 13-16, 2015 (invited presentation).

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2014, DNAPL Source Depletion: 1. Predicting Rates and Timeframes, Remediation Journal, Summer 2014, p. 21-47.

Carey, G.R., E.A. McBean, and S. Feenstra, 2014, DNAPL Source Depletion: 2. Attainable Goals and Cost-Benefit Analyses, Remediation Journal, Autumn 2014, p. 79-106.

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2013, Predicting Achievable Mass Discharge Goals, Timeframes, and Back-Diffusion Contributions, presented at REMTEC Summit, Westminster, Colorado, March 4-6, 2013 (invited presentation).

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2010, NAPL Depletion Model (NDM) for Predicting Remediation Timeframe, presented at Consoil 2010, Salzburg, Austria, September 22-24, 2010.

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2010, Validation of a Mass Balance Approach for Estimating DNAPL Remediation Timeframe, presented at Battelle 2010 Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May 24-27, 2010.

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2010a, A Mass Balance Approach for Estimating DNAPL Source Remediation Timeframe, presented at the 2010 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop in Montreal, QC May 10-13, 2010.

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2010b, Back-Diffusion and Discount Rate Implications for DNAPL Remediation Strategies, presented at the 2010 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop in Montreal, QC May 10-13, 2010.

Carey, G.R., 2010. 4-hour short course entitled:  Decision-Making Framework for DNAPL Sites Using a Cost-Risk-Benefit Analysis. Presented at ConSoil 2010 September 23, 2010, Salzburg, Austria.

Carey, G.R. and E.A. McBean, 2010. 4-hour short course entitled:  Decision-Making Framework for DNAPL Sites Using a Cost-Risk-Benefit Analysis. Presented at Battelle 2010 Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, May 26,  2010, Monterey, California.

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