Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix, Version 4.0  
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The following is a complete listing of all references used this document plus all those presented in the source documents (see Appendix E). Click on the following letter for easy access to alphabetical author list:

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Nash J., R.P. Traver, and D.C. Downey, 1986. Surfactant-Enhanced In Situ Soils Washing, USAF Engineering and Services Laboratory, Florida. ESL-TR-97-18, Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order No. ADA188066.

NAVY, 1995, Terra-Kleen Extraction Technology: An Innovative Method for Treating PCBs in Soil. Naval Air Station North Island Environmental Department, San Diego, CA. January, NAS North Island: NELP Fact Sheet No. 2.

NCEL, 1990. Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis for the Removal and Treatment of PCB-Contaminated Soils at Building 3000 Site PWC Guam.

NEESA and NCEL, August 1991. Chemical Dehalogenation Treatment: Base-Catalyzed Decomposition Process, Technical Data Sheet.

NEESA and NCEL, July 1992. Chemical Dehalogenation Treatment: Base-Catalyzed Decomposition Process, Technical Data Sheet.

NEESA, 1992. Immediate Response to Free Product Recovery, NEESA Document No. 20.2-051.4.

NEESA, 1993. Precipitation of Metals from Ground Water. NEESA Document Number 20.2-051.6, Naval Energy and Environmental Support Activity, Port Hueneme, CA.

Nelson, M.J., J.V. Kinsella, and T. Montoya, 1990. "In Situ Biodegradation of TCE Contaminated Groundwater," Environmental Progress, 9(3):190-196.

Nelson, M.J.K., S.O. Montgomery, E.J. O'Neill, and P.H. Pritchard, 1986. "Aerobic Metabolism of Trichloroethylene by a Bacterial Isolate," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 52(2):383-384.

Nelson, Michael J.K., John A. Cioffi, and Harlan S. Borow, November 1990. "In-Situ Bioremediation of TCE and Other Solvents," in Proceedings of the 11th National Superfund Conference (Superfund '90), HMCRI, pp. 800-806.

NETAC (National Environmental Technology Applications Corporation), 1990. A Technology Overview of Existing and Emerging Environmental Solutions for Wood Treating Chemicals, Prepared for Beazer East, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA.

NFESE. A brief description of the Applicability and Limitations of In Situ Enhanced Bioremediation.

Nielson, R. and M. Cosmos, 1988. Low Temperature Thermal Treatment (LT 3) of Volatile Organic Compounds from Soil: A Technology Demonstrated, Presented at the AIChE Meeting, Denver, CO.

NIOSH, OSHA, USCG (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Coast Guard), and EPA, 1985. Occupational Safety and Health Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Site Activities, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC, Publication 85-115.

Noland, J.W., et al., 1984. Task 2: Incineration Test of Explosives Contaminated Soils at Savanna Army Depot Activity, Final Report, Savanna Illinois, USATHAMA Report DRXTH-TE-CR 84277.

Norris, et al., 1994. Handbook of Bioremediation, EPA-RSKERL, Lewis Publishers, CRC Press, 2000 Corporate Boulevard, Boca Raton, FL 33431.

Nottingham Trent University,1995. Interim Status Report, Enhancement Techniques for Ex Situ Separation Processes Particularly With Regard to Fine Particles, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Nunno, T.J., J.A. Hyman, and T. Pheiffer, December 1988. "Development of Site Remediation Technologies in European Countries," in Workshop on the Extractive Treatment of Excavated Soil, EPA, Edison, NJ.

Nyer, E.K., 1985. Groundwater Treatment Technology, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, NY.

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Opatken, E.J., H.K. Howard, and J.J. Bond, 1987. Biological Treatment of Hazardous Aqueous Wastes, EPA/600/D-87/184.

Opatken, E.J., H.K. Howard, and J.J. Bond, 1989. "Biological Treatment of Leachate from a Superfund Site," Environmental Progress, Vol. 8, No. 1.

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Pedersen, T.A. and J.T. Curtis, 1991. Soil Vapor Extraction Technology, EPA/540/2-91/003.

Piotrowski, Michael R., January 1991. "Bioremediation, Experts Explore Various Biological Approaches to Cleanup," Hazmat World Special Report, pp. 47-49.

Pisciotta, T., D. Pry, J. Schuring, P. Chan, and J. Chang, October 1991. "Enhancement of Volatile Organic Extraction in Soil at an Industrial Site," in Proceedings of the FOCUS Conference on Eastern Regional Ground Water Issues, National Water Well Association, Portland, ME.

Plaines, A.L., R.J. Piniewski, and G.D. Yarbrough, undated. Integrated Vacuum Extraction/Pneumatic Soil Fracturing System for Remediation of Low Permeability Soils, Terra Vac, Tampa, FL.

Pope, D.F. and J.E. Matthews, 1993. Bioremediation Using the Land Treatment Concept, EPA Report EPA/600/R-93/164.

Portier, R.J., et al., 1990. "Bioremediation of Pesticide-Contaminated Groundwater," Remediation, 1:(1):41-60.

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Raghavan, R., D.H. Dietz, and E. Coles, 1988. Cleaning Excavated Soil Using Extraction Agents: A State-of-the-Art Review, EPA Releases Control Branch, Edison, NJ, EPA Report EPA 600/2-89/034.

Ramin, A., 1990. Thermal Treatment of Refinery Sludges and Contaminated Soils, Presented at the American Petroleum Institute, Orlando, FL.

RCRIS (Resource Conservation and Recovery Information System), July 1992. RCRIS National Oversight Database, EPA, OSW, Washington, DC.

Reilly, T.R., S. Sundaresan, and J.H. Highland, 1986. "Cleanup of PCB-Contaminated Soils and Sludges by a Solvent Extraction Process: A Case Study," Studier Environmental Science, 29:125-139.

Ritcey, R. and F. Schwartz, May 1990. Anaerobic Pyrolysis of Waste Solids and Sludges: The AOSTRA Taciuk Process System, Presented at the Environmental Hazards Conference and Exposition, Environmental Hazards Management Institute, Seattle, WA.

Roberts, P.V., L. Semprini, G.D. Hopkins, D. Grbi -Gali , P.L. McCarty, and M. Reinhard, 1989. In Situ Aquifer Restoration of Chlorinated Aliphatics by Methanotropic Bacterial, Center for Environmental Research Information, Cincinnati, OH, EPA/600/2-89/033.

Robinson, Kevin G., Kimyoung Kim, William S. Farmer, and John T. Novak, August 1990. "Bioremediation Removes Gasoline Residues," Pollution Engineering, Vol. 22, No. 8, pp. 76-81.

Rogers, C., A. Kornel, and L. Peterson, 1987. "Mobile KPEG Destruction Unit for PCBs, Dioxins, and Furans in Contaminated Waste: Land Disposal Remedial Action, Incineration, and Treatment of Hazardous Waste," in Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Research Symposium, p. 361, Cincinnati, OH, EPA/600/9-87/015.

Rowe, R., December 1987. Solvent Extraction, Evaluation of Treatment Technologies for Listed Petroleum Refinery Wastes, Final Report of the American Petroleum Institute, American Petroleum Institute, Washington, DC.

Roy, Kimberly A., October 1991. "Vacuum Extraction Provides In Situ Cleanup of Organics-Contaminated Soil," Hazmat World, pp. 38-41.

Royer, M.D., undated. Contaminants and Remedial Options at Metals-Contaminated Sites. Prepared by Battelle Columbus Division for EPA, RREL and ORD, Cincinnati, OH.

Rumer, R. and J.K., Mitchell (eds.), 1995. Assessment of Barrier Containment Technologies - a Comprehensive Treatment for Environmental Remediation Applications, International Containment Technology Workgroup, Baltimore.

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Schlienger, E., W.R. Warf, and S.R. Johnson, March 1993. The Mobile PCF2, Presented at Waste Management '93, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Schneider, D. and B.D. Beckstrom, 1990. "Cleanup of Contaminated Soils by Pyrolysis in an Indirectly Heated Rotary Kiln," Environmental Progress, 9:(3):165-168.

Scholz, R. and J. Milanowski, 1983. Mobile System for Extracting Spilled Hazardous Materials from Excavated Soils, EPA, EPA-600/S2-83-100.

Schuring, J. and P. Chan, 1992. Vadose Zone Contaminant Removal by Pneumatic Fracturing, Summary of Project (1 July 1988-30 June 1992), New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ.

Schuring, J., J. Jurka, and P. Chan, Winter 1991/92. "Pneumatic Fracturing To Remove VOCs," Remediation Journal, 2:(1).

Schuring, J., J. Valdis, and P. Chan, September 1991. "Pneumatic Fracturing of a Clay Formation To Enhance Removal of VOCs," in Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Madison Waste Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.

Scovazzo, P.E., D. Good, and D.S. Jackson, 1992. "Soil Attenuation: In Situ Remediation of Inorganics," in Proceedings of the HMC/Superfund 1992, HMCRI, Greenbelt, MD.

Semprini, L., G.D. Hopkins, D.B. Janssen, M. Lang, P.V. Roberts, and P.L. McCarty, 1991. In-Situ Biotransformation of Carbon Tetrachloride Under Anoxic Conditions, EPA/2-90/060.

Semprini, Lewis, Paul V. Roberts, Gary D. Hopkins, and Perry L. McCarty, September/October 1990. "A Field Evaluation of In-Situ Biodegradation of Chlorinated Ethenes: Part 2, Results of Biostimulation and Biotransformation Experiments," Ground Water, Vol. 28, No. 5, pp. 715-727.

Shah, J.K., T.J. Schultz, and V.R. Daiga, 1989. "Pyrolysis Processes." Section 8.7 in Standard Handbook of Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal, ed. H.M. Freeman. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, NY.

Shirco Infrared Systems, February 1987. Final Report: On-Site Incineration Testing at Brio Site, Friendswood, Texas, Report No. 846-87-1 (Portable Test Unit).

Shukla, H.M. and R.E. Hicks, 1984. Process Design Manual for Stripping of Organics, Water General Corporation for EPA, EPA/600/12-84/139, NTIS PB 84 232628.

Sims, J.L., R.C. Sims, and J.E. Matthews, 1989. Bioremediation of Contaminated Surface Soils, EPA, RSKERL, Ada, OK, EPA Report, EPA-600/9-89/073.

Sims, Judith L., Ronald C. Sims, and John E. Matthews, 1990. "Approach to Bioremediation of Contaminated Soil," Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 117-149.

Sims, R.C., J.L. Sims, D.L. Sorensen, W.J. Doucette, and L.L. Hastings, 1987. Waste-Soil Treatability Studies for Four Complex Industrial Wastes: Methodologies and Results, Volumes 1 and 2, EPA, RSKERL, Ada, OK, EPA/600/S6-86/003.

Singh, S.P., 1989. Air Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds from Groundwater: An Evaluation of a Centrifugal Vapor-Liquid Contractor, USAF Environmental and Service Center Report ESL-TR-86-46.

Sittler, S.P. and G.L. Swinford, 1993. "Thermal-Enhanced Soil Vapor Extraction Accelerated Cleanup of Diesel-Affected Soils," The National Environmental Journal, 3:(1):40-43.

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Smarkel, K.L., 3 November 1988. Soil Washing of Low Volatility Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Staff Technology Demonstration Report, California Department of Health Services. Abstract Available on ATTIC.

Spalding, B.P., G.K. Jacobs, N.W. Dunbar, M.T. Naney, J.S. Tixier, and T.D. Powell, November 1992. Tracer-Level Radioactive Pilot-Scale Test of In Situ Vitrification for the Stabilization of Contaminated Soil Sites at ORNL, Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Publication No. 3962, prepared for DOE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, Report NG ORNL/TM- 12201.

Spellicy, R.L., November/December 1991. "Spectroscopic Remote Sensing: Addressing Requirements of the Clean Air Act. 24," Spectroscopy, 6(9).

Spooner, P.A., et al., 1984. Slurry Trench Construction for Pollution Migration Control, EPA/540/2-84/001.

Sresty, G., H. Dev, and J. Houthoofd, February 1992. In Situ Decontamination by Radio Frequency Heating, Presented at the International Symposium on In Situ Treatment of Contaminated Soil and Water, AWMA, Pittsburgh, PA.

Staley, L.J., R. Valentinetti, and J. McPherson, 1990. "SITE Demonstration of the CF Systems Organic Extraction Process," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 40(6):926-931. Also available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order No. PB91-145110.

Stenzel, M.H. and W.J. Merz, 1989. "Use of Carbon Adsorption Processes in Groundwater Treatment," Environmental Progress, 8(4):257-264.

Stinson, M.K., 1989. "EPA SITE Demonstration of the Terra Vac In Situ Vacuum Extraction Process in Groveland, Massachusetts," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 39, No. 8, p. 1054.

Stinson, M.K., 1990. "EPA SITE Demonstration of the International Waste Technologies/Geo-Con In Situ Stabilization/Solidification Process," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 40, No. 11, p. 1569.

Stinson, M.K., 1992. Contaminants and Remedial Options at Wood Preserving Sites, Prepared by Foster Wheeler Enviresponse for EPA, RREL and ORD, Cincinnati, OH.

Stinson, M.K., H. Skovronek, and T. Chresand, 1991. "EPA SITE Demonstration of Biotrol Aqueous Treatment System," Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 41, No. 2, p. 228.

Stumbar, J., et al., 1990. "Effect of Feed Characteristics on the Performance of Environmental Protection Agency's Mobile Incineration System," in Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Research Symposium, Remedial Action, Treatment and Disposal of Hazardous Wastes, EPA/600/9-90/006.

Stumbar, J., et al., 1990. EPA Mobile Incineration Modifications, Testing, and Operations: February 1986 to June 1989, EPA/600/2-90/042.

Stumm, W. and J.J. Morgan, 1981. Aquatic Chemistry, John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY.

Sturges, S.G., Jr., P. McBeth, Jr., R.C. Pratt, 1992. "Performance of Soil Flushing and Groundwater Extraction at the United Chrome Superfund Site," Journal of Hazardous Materials, El Savior Science Pub., B.V., Amsterdam, Vol. 29, pp. 59-78.

Swanstrom, C. and C. Palmer, 1990. X*TRAX Transportable Thermal Separator for Organic Contaminated Soils, Presented at the Second Forum on Innovative Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies: Domestic and International, Philadelphia, PA.

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