Publications: Abstracts

Abstracts

Abstracts are formal summaries of a completed work.  Abstracts describe the work and present the main arguments, results, evidence, conclusions, and recommendations.  They may include specific models or approaches to the project. The purpose of an abstract is to present the importance of the research and provide prospective readers the opportunity to judge the relevance of the longer work to their projects.

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ChallengeProject ItemsProjects
Groundwater Remediation Development of a Treatability Study Work Plan for Testing Nanoparticles at a US DOE Superfund Site Nanoparticle approaches
Groundwater Remediation Development of a Treatability Study Work Plan for Testing Nanoparticles at a US DOE Superfund Site Nanoparticle approaches
Groundwater Remediation Development of a Treatability Study Work Plan for Testing Nanoparticles at a US DOE Superfund Site Nanoparticle approaches
Groundwater Remediation Nanoparticle Applications & Operation Nanoparticle approaches
Seismic Issues Investigation of Holocene Faulting at Proposed C-746- Landfill Expansion (Figures) PGDP Holocene Faulting Assessment
Seismic Issues Comments on “Draft Global Nuclear Energy Partnership Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement” Seismic Hazard Assessment
Seismic Issues Comments on “Draft Global Nuclear Energy Partnership Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement” Seismic Hazard Assessment
Seismic Issues SEISMIC SAFETY REGULATIONS IN WESTERN KENTUCKY: THE ROLE OF GEOLOGY IN PUBLIC POLICY Seismic Hazard Assessment
Soil Contamination and Technology Real-Time Demonstration Project Dynamic, Real-Time Characterization, Remediation, and Verification of Cleanup for PCBs and Radionuclides in Soil/Sediment Real Time Demonstration Project