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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:

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M

N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

 

Taback, H.J., et al., 1987. Literature Survey on Landfarming for Bioreclamation of Fuel-Contaminated Soil at Twenty Nine Palms, California. AeroVironment Inc., Monrovia, CA. No published document number.

Taylor, D.S. and A.E. Peterson, 1991. "Land Application for Treatment of PCBs in Municipal Sewage Sludge," Bioremediation, 3:464-466.

Taylor, M.L., et al. (PEI Associates), 1989. Comprehensive Report on the KPEG Process for Treating Chlorinated Wastes, EPA Contract No. 68-03-3413, EPA RREL, Cincinnati, OH.

Tchobanoglous, G. and F.L. Burton, 1991. "Wastewater Engineering - Treatment, Disposal and Reuse," Third Edition. Metcalf & Eddy, Inc.

Teer, R.G., R.E. Brown, and H.E. Sarvis, June 1993. Status of RCRA Permitting of Open Burning and Open Detonation of Explosive Wastes, Presented at Air and Waste Management Association Conference, 86th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Denver, CO.

Teeter, C., et al., 1994, Evaluation of Operational Factors Contributing to Reduced Recharge Capacity of the North Boundary Treatment System, Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Commerce City, CO. U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., WES: EL-94-12.

Tennessee Valley Authority Environmental Research Center, 1995. Demonstration Results of Hot Gas Decontamination for Explosives at Hawthorne Army Depot, Volumes I - IV, prepared for USAEC under Contract No. TV-N87179V, AEC Report No. SFIM-AEC-CR-95031.

Thomas, J.M., et al., 1987. Leaking Underground Storage Tanks: Remediation with Emphasis on In Situ Biorestoration, EPA/600/2-87/008; NTIS: PB 87-168084.

Thompson, L., 1996. Exciting Environmental Technologies: Biodegradable Plastic, Bioremediation, Phytoremediation, Solar Detoxification, Landfill Gas. Better World and BWZ.

Timmerman, C.L., 1986. In Situ Vitrification of PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyl)-Contaminated Soils: Final Report, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, DOE, Richland, WA. EPRI-CS-4839; NTIS or OSTI: DE87003328.

Timmerman, C.L., 1989. Feasibility Testing of In Situ Vitrification on Arnold Engineering Development Center Contaminated soils. Pacific Northwest Laboratory, DOE, Richland, WA. ORNL/Sub-88-14384/1; NTIS or OSTI: DE89008976.

Tork, D.A. and P.L. Aamodt, 1990. Remediation of Contaminated Soil Using Heap Leach Mining Technology. Los Alamos National Laboratory, DOE, NM, LAUR-90-701; NTIS or OSTI: DE90007510.

Torpy, M.F., H.F. Stroo, and G. Brubaker, 1989. "Biological Treatment of Hazardous Waste," Pollution Engineering.

Trost, P.B. and R.S. Rickard, 1987. On-Site Soil Washing - A Low Cost Alternative, Paper Presented at ADPA, 29 April 1987, Los Angeles, CA, MTA Remedial Resources, Inc., Golden, CO. Abstract available on ATTIC.

Trujillo, E.M., et al., 1991. "Mathematically Modeling the Removal of Heavy Metals from a Wastewater Using Immobilized Biomass," Environmental Science and Technology. 25:9:1,559-1,568.

Turner, R.R., 1989, Bioremediation of Mercury-Contaminated Sites: Foreign Trip Report, Sept. 9-17, 1989. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, DOE, TN. ORNL/FTR-3393; NTIS or OSTI: DE90001248.

TVA, 1995. Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives Contaminated Items, Process and Facility Conceptual Design, AEC Report No. SFIM-AEC-ET-CR-94118.

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U.S. Army, 1985. Engineering and Development Support of General Decontamination Technology for the DARCOM Installation Restoration Program Task 4. Desensitization of Explosive-Laden Soils/Sediments, Phase II - Lab Studies, U.S. Army Environmental Center. DRXTH-TE-CR-83207; NTIS: AD-A162 456/8/XAB.

U.S. Army, 1986. Biogrowth Control Mechanisms, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-CR-91070.

U.S. Army, 1986. Composting of Explosive-Contaminated Soil Technology, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-90027.

U.S. Army, 1986. Final Technical Report: Economic Evaluation of Low Temperature Thermal Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds from Soil, U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-CR-86085.

U.S. Army, 1986. Final Technical Report: Pilot Investigation of Low Temperature Thermal Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds from Soil (2 Vols), U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-TR-86074.

U.S. Army, 1986. Process and Economic Feasibility of Using Composting Technology to Treat Waste Nitrocellulose Fines, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-91012.

U.S. Army, 1987. Adsorption and Desorption of Dinitrotoluene on Activated Carbon, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-CR-91048.

U.S. Army, 1987. Final Technical Report: Bench Scale Investigation of Low Temperature Thermal Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from Various Soil Types, U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-CR-87124.

U.S. Army, 1987. Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) System Performance Capabilities and Optimization, Final Report, Hinshaw, G.D., C.B. Fanska, D.E. Fiscus, and S.A. Sorensen, Editors, Midwest Research Institute, U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency (USATHAMA), APG, MD, MRI Project No. 8182-S, Report No. AMXTH-TE-CR87111. Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order No. ADA179828.

U.S. Army, 1987. Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil Treatment, Roy F. Weston, Inc. U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-CR-86101.

U.S. Army, 1987. Laboratory Study of In Situ Volatilization Technology Applied to Letterkenny Army Depot Soils, U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-CR-88009.

U.S. Army, 1987. Literature Review of Biodegradation in Soil of Selected Rocky Mountain Arsenal Contamination: Isodrin, Dieldrin, Diisopropylmethylphosphate, 1, 2-Dibromo-3-Chloro-propane, and p-Chloro-Phenylmethylsulfoxide, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-CR-91065.

U.S. Army, 1988. Soil Washing Development Program and Demonstration Test on Basin F Materials, Arthur D. Little, Inc. U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-TE-CR-86016.

U.S. Army, 1989. Demonstration Testing of Plastic Media Blasting (PMB) at Letterkenny Army Depot, U.S. Army Environmental Center. No published document number.

U.S. Army, 1989. Field Demonstration - Composting of Propellants Contaminated Sediments at the Badger Army Ammunition Plant (BAAP), U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-89061.

U.S. Army, 1989. Final Technical Report: Evaluation of Composting Implementation, U.S. Army Environmental Center. No published document number.

U.S. Army, 1989. Final Technical Report: Proceedings for the Workshop on Composting of Explosives Contaminated Soils, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-SR-89276.

U.S. Army, 1989. Final Technical Report: Use of Activated Carbon for Treatment of Explosive-Contaminated Groundwater at the Badger Army Ammunition Plant (BAAP), U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-CR-89216.

U.S. Army, 1989. Task Order 11: Biodegradation of DIMP, Dieldrin, Isodrin, DBCP, and PCPMSO in Rocky Mountain Arsenal Soils, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-89006.

U.S. Army, 1990, Installation Restoration and Hazardous Waste Control Technologies. 1990 Edition, U.S. Army Environmental Center, CETHA-TS-CR-90067.

U.S. Army, 1990. Arsenic Contaminated Treatment Pilot Study at the Sharpe Army Depot (SHAD) Lathrope, CA: Final Technical Report, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-CR-90184.

U.S. Army, 1990. Demonstration of Thermal Stripping of JP-4 and other VOCs from Soils at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, OK: Final Report, U.S. Army Environmental Center, CETHA-TS-CR-90026.

U.S. Army, 1990. Final Technical Report: Demonstration of Thermal Stripping of JP-4 and Other VOCs from Soils at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-90026.

U.S. Army, 1990. Final Technical Report: Pilot Test of Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives-Contaminated Equipment at Hawthorne Army Ammunition Plant (HWAAP), Hawthorne, NV. U.S. Army Environmental Center. No published document number.

U.S. Army, 1990. Final Technical Report: Use of Activated Carbon for Treatment of Explosive-Contaminated Groundwater at the Milan Army Munitions Plant (MAAP). U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-CR-90041.

U.S. Army, 1990. The Low Temperature Thermal Stripping Process, USATHAMA, APG, MD, USATHAMA Cir. 200-1-5.

U.S. Army, 1991, Proceedings from the 15th Annual Army Environmental R&D Symposium, U.S. Army Environmental Center, CETHA-TS-CR-91076.

U.S. Army, 1991. Biotreatment of Gaseous-Phase Volatile Organic Compounds, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-89061.

U.S. Army, 1991. Draft Final Report for Pilot Demonstration of an Air Stripping Technology for the Treatment of Groundwater Contaminated with Volatile Organic Compounds at Sharpe Army Depot, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TS-CR-91071.

U.S. Army, 1991. Final Report: Design Support for a Hot Gas Decontamination System for Explosives-Contaminated Buildings, Maumee Research and Engineering. U.S. Army Environmental Center, CETHA-TS-CR-91064.

U.S. Army, 1991. Reclamation of Metals from Water with a Silage-Microbe Ecosystem, U.S. Army Environmental Center. CETHA-TE-CR-91037.

U.S. Army, 1991. Technical and Economic Evaluation of Air Stripping for Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Removal from Contaminated Groundwater at Selected Army Sites, Tennessee Valley Authority and USATHAMA, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD, CETHA-TE-CR-91023.

U.S. Army, 1992. Installation Restoration and Hazardous Waste Control Technologies: 1992 Edition, USATHAMA, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD, Report No. CETHA-TS-CR-92053.

U.S. Army, 1996. Phytoremediation of Explosives-Contaminated Groundwaters in Constructed Wetlands, USAEC Fact Sheets.

U.S. Navy, 1985. Biodecontamination of Fuel Oil Spill Located at NAVCOMMSTA, Thurso, Scotland: Final Repor, Polybac Corporation, U.S. Naval Station, Point Mugu, CA. No published document number.

U.S. Navy, 1988. Bioreclamation Studies of Subsurface Hydrocarbon Contamination, NAS Patuxent River, MD, Groundwater Technology, Inc., No published document number.

U.S. Navy, 1989. Test Report: KPEG Process for Treating Chlorinated Wastes, PEI Associates. No published document number.

U.S. Navy, 1990. Advanced Oxidation Process for Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater, Olah and Law. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory. 71-080 20#T357104. TM-71-90-2.

U.S. Navy, 1990. Initial Feasibility Report: Investigation of Photochemical Oxidative Techniques for Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater, Olah and Law. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory. 71-080. TM-71-90-9.

U.S. Navy, August 1991. Tech Data Sheet - Chemical Dehalogenation Treatment: Base-Catalyzed Decomposition Process (BCDP), U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Port Hueneme, CA.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Restoration Development Branch: Bioslurping, USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Restoration Development Branch: Constructed Wetlands for Treatment of NPS Pollution, USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Restoration Development Branch: Heap Pile Bioremediation, USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Restoration Development Branch: Landfill Covers (Capping), USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Technical Memorandum: Best Practices Manual for Bioslurping, USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA, TM-2191-ENV.

U.S. Navy, 1996. Technical Memorandum: Biopiles Operations and Maintenance Manual, USN, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center, Port Hueneme, CA, TM-2190-ENV

U.S. Navy/EPA, November 1993. EPA/Navy CERCLA Remedial Action Technology Guide.

Udell, K. S. and L.D. Stewart, Jr., June 1989. Field Study of In Situ Steam Injection and Vacuum Extraction for Recovery of Volatile Organic Compounds, University of California at Berkeley, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Berkeley, CA, UCB-SEEHRL Report No. 89-2.

Unger, M.T., 1993. "Catalytic Oxidation for VOCs," The National Environmental Journal, 3:(2):46-48.

University of Cincinnati (UC), 1991. Work Plan for Hydraulic Fracturing at the Xerox Oak Brook Site in Oak Brook, Illinois.

University of Rutgers, 1996. Phytoremediation: Using plants to remove pollutants from the environment.

Unkefer, P.J., J.L. Hanners, C.J. Unkefer, and J.F. Kramer, April 1990. "Microbial Culturing of Explosives Degradation," in Proceedings of the 14th Annual Army Environmental Symposium, USATHAMA Report CETHA-TE-TR-90055.

USACE (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers), 1986. Civil Works Construction Guide Specification for Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoffs, National Institute of Building Sciences, Construction Criteria Base, CW-02214.

USACE, 1996. Champion International Superfund Site, Libby, Montana: Bioremediation Field Performance Evaluation of the Prepared Bed Land Treatment Systems, EPA/600/R-95/156.

USACE, 1996. Bioremediation Using Landfarming Systems, Engineering Technical Letter (ETL), ETL 1110-1-176.

USACE, 1996. Bioremediation Using Landfarming Systems, USACE Guide Specification, CEGS 02287.

USACE, 1997. In Situ Air Sparging Engineer Manual, EM 1110-1-4005.

USACE, 1998. Bioremediation of Soils Using Windrow Composting, Guide Specifications for Military Construction, CEGS-02191.

USAEC, 1995. Demonstration Results of Hot Gas Decontamination for Explosives at Hawthorne Army Depot, Technical Report SFIM-AEC-ET-CR-95031.

USAEC, 1995. Field Demonstration of Hot Gas Decontamination System, Technical Report SFIM-AEC-ET-CR-95011.

USAEC, 1995. Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives-Contaminated Items, Process and Facility Conceptual Design, Technical Report SFIM-AEC-ET-CR-94118.

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

USAF, January 1995. Draft: Test Plan and Technical Protocol for Bioslurping, USAF, Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Brooks AFB, TX.

USAF, July 1994. Bioventing Performance and Cost Summary, USAF, Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Brooks AFB, TX.

USAF, 1987. Air Stripping of Contaminated Water Sources Air Emissions and Controls, USAF, Tyndall AFB, FL. Available from NTIS: PB88-106166.

USAF, 1987. An Evaluation of Rotary Air Stripping for Removal of Volatile Organics from Groundwater, Final Report, C. Dietrich, D. Treichler, and J. Armstrong Editors, Traverse Group, Inc., USAF Engineering and Services Laboratory, Tyndall AFB, FL, ESL-TR-86-46. Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order No. ADA178831.

USAF, 1989. Enhanced Bioreclamation of Jet Fuels A Full-Scale Test at Eglin AFB, FL, Final Report, ESL-TR-88-78, R.E. Hinchee, D.C. Downey, J.K. Slaughter, D.A. Selby, M.S. Westray, and G.M. Long, Editors, USAF Engineering and Services Center, Tyndall AFB, FL. Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order No. ADA222348.

USAF, 1989. In Situ Decontamination by Radio Frequency Heating Field Test, Final Report, USAF/SD Contract No. F04701-86-C-0002, USAF, USAF/SD, Los Angeles, CA.

USAF, 1990. Explosives Safety Standards, Air Force Regulation 127-100.

USAF, 1991. Control of Air Stripping Emissions Using Catalytic Oxidation, Tyndall AFB, FL.

USAF, July 1992. Remedial Technology Design, Performance and Cost Study, USAF, Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Brooks AFB, TX.

USAF/EPA, July 1993. Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix and Reference Guide, Version 1.

USAF, 1994. Technology Profile: Vacuum-Mediated LNAPL Free Product Recovery/Bioremediation (Bioslurper), Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE), Brooks AFB, TX. March.

USAF, 1997. Design Guidance for Application of Permeable Barriers to Remediate Dissolved Chlorinated Solvents, prepared by Battelle under contract to Environics Directorate, Armstrong Laboratory.

USAMC (U.S. Army Materiel Command), 1985. Explosives Safety Manual, AMC-R, 385-100.

USATHAMA (U.S. Army Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency, now USAEC), 1987. Draft Report, Bench-Scale Glassification Test on Basin F Materials, Prepared by Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories for USATHAMA, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.

USATHAMA, July 1990. Pilot Test of Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives-Contaminated Equipment at Hawthorne Army Ammunition Plant (HWAAP), Hawthorne, NV, Final Technical Report, USATHAMA Report CETHA-TE-CR-90036.

USCG (U.S. Coast Guard), September 1991. "Innovative Groundwater and Soil Remediation at the USCG Air Station, Traverse City, Michigan," in Proceedings of the Third Forum on Innovative Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies: Domestic and International, EPA, Washington, DC, EPA/540/2-91/015.

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Vance, David B., September/October 1991. "Onsite Bioremediation of Oil and Grease Contaminated Soils," The National Environmental Journal, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 26-30.

Venkatadri, R., S. Tsai, N. Vukanic, and L.B. Hein, 1992. "Use of Biofilm Membrane Reactor for the Production of Lignin Peroxidase and Treatment of Pentachlorophenol by Phanerochaete Chrysosporium," Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials, Vol. 9, pp. 231-243.

Vidic, R.D. and F.G.Pohland, 1996. Technology Evaluation Report: Treatment Walls, GWRTAC, TE-96-01.

von Fahnestock, F.M., et al., 1996. Biopile Design and Construction Manual, Navel Facilities Engineering Service Center Technical Memorandum, Port Hueneme, CA, TM-2189-ENV.

von Wedel, Randall J., Gary R. Hater, Rodney Farrell, and C. Douglas Goldsmith, Jr., February 1990. "Excavated Soil Bioremediation for Hydrocarbon Contaminations Using Recirculating Leachbed and Vacuum Heap Technologies," in Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association and EPA Hazardous Waste Treatment of Contaminated Soil Symposium, Cincinnati, OH.

von Wedel, Randall J., November 1990. Augmented Bioremediation of Excavated Soil Contaminated with Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Paper presented at the Superfund '90 Conference, Biotreatment Session, Washington, DC.

Vorum, M., June 1991. SoilTech Anaerobic Thermal Process (ATP): Rigorous and Cost Effective Remediation of Organic Contaminated Solid and Sludge Wastes, Presented at the Air and Waste Management Association, (AWMA) Conference in Kansas City, KS. Available from AWMA, Pittsburgh, PA.

Vroblesky, D.A., M.D. Petkewich, P.M. Bradley, and J.F. Robertson, 1998. Natural Attenuation Assessment of Contaminated Ground Water at a Gas-Turbine Manufacturing Plant, Greenville, South Carolina (Abstract), USGS/WRIR-98-4165.

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Walton, B.T. and T.A. Anderson, 1989. "Structural Properties of Organic Chemicals as Predictors of Biodegradation and Microbial Toxicity in Soil," Chemosphere.17(8): 1501-1507. EPA/600/J-88/413; NTIS: PB 90-117078/AS.

Walton, B.T., et al., 1989, Treatability of Hazardous Chemicals in Soils: Volatile and Semivolatile Organics,. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, DOE, TN, NTIS: ORNL-6451; or OSTI: DE89016892 (Also available from EPA, Ada, OK).

Watanabe, M.E., 1997. "Phytoremediation on the Brink of Commercialization", Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 31. No. 4.

Water Quality Association, 1994. "Treating the Water We Drink, When and Where We Drink It.", WaterReview Technical Brief, Vol. 9, No. 4.

Weimer, L.D., September 1989. The BESTSM Solvent Extraction Process Applications with Hazardous Sludges, Soils, and Sediments, Paper presented at the Third International Conference, New Frontiers for Hazardous Waste Management, Pittsburgh, PA.

West, C.C. and J.H. Harwell, 1992. Application of Surfactants to Remediation of Subsurface Contamination, EPA, RSKERL and the University of Oklahoma, Institute for Applied Surfactant Research and School of Chemical Engineering and Materials Research, EPA, Ada, OK.

WESTON (Roy F. Weston, Inc.), 1993. Windrow Composting Demonstration for Explosives-Contaminated Soils at the Umatilla Depot Activity, Hermiston, Oregon, Final Report, Prepared for USAEC, Contract No. DACA31-91-D-0079, Report No. CETHA-TS-CR-93043.

Weston Services, Inc., 1988. Project Summary - LT3 Processing of Soils Contaminated with Chlorinated Solvents and JP-4.

WESTON, IT Research Institute, November 1992. Final Rocky Mountain Arsenal In Situ Radio Frequency Heating/Vapor Extraction Pilot Test Report, Vol. I, U.S. Army Report 5300-01-12-AAFP.

Wetzel, et al., 1986. In Situ Biological Degradation Test at Kelly Air Force Base, TX. Vol. 1: Site Characterization, Lab Studies, and Treatment System Design and Installation, Air Force Engineering and Services Center. ESL-TR-85-52; NTIS: AD-A169 993/3/XAB.

Wetzel, et al., 1987. In Situ Biological Degradation Test at Kelly Air Force Base, TX. Vol. 2: Field Test Results and Cost Model. Final Report, Air Force Engineering and Services Center. ESL-TR-85-52 Vol 2; NTIS: AD-A187 486/6/XAB.

Wetzel, et al., 1987. In Situ Biological Degradation Test at Kelly Air Force Base, TX. Vol. 3: Appendices. Final Report, Air Force Engineering and Services Center. ESL-TR-85-52 Vol 3; NTIS: AD-A186 279/6/XAB.

Wetzel, R.S., C.M. Durst, D.H. Davidson, and D.J. Sarno, July 1987. In-Situ Biological Treatment Test at Kelly Air Force Base, Volume II: Field Test Results and Cost Model, Air Force Engineering & Services Center, Tyndall AFB, FL. AD-A187 486.

Wickramanayake, G.B., et al., 1988. Removal of Aqueous Phase Petroleum Products in Groundwater by Aeration, Battelle Laboratories, Columbus, OH. No published document number.

Wiedemeir, T.H., D.C. Downery, J.T. Wilson, D.H. Hampbell, R.N. Miller, and J.E. Hansen, l994. Technical Protocol for Implementing the Intrinsic Remediation (Natural Attenuation) with Long-Term Monitoring Option for Dissolved-Phase Fuel Contamination in Ground Water, Draft, Prepared for AFCEE, San Antonio, TX, 14 March 1994.

Wiles, C.C., 1991. Treatment of Hazardous Waste with Solidification/Stabilization, EPA Report EPA/600/D-91/061.

Williams, R.T. and P.J. Marks, November 1991. Optimization of Composting for Explosives-Contaminated Soils, USATHAMA Report CETHA-TS-CR-91053.

Williams, R.T., e al., 1988. Field Demonstration - Composting of Explosives-Contaminated Sediments at the Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant (LAAP), U.S. Army Environmental Center. AMXTH-IR-TE-88242.

Williams, R.T., P.S. Ziegenfuss, and P.J. Marks, March 1989. Field Demonstration - Composting of Propellants-Contaminated Sediments at the Badger Army Ammunition Plant (BAAP), USATHAMA Report CETHA-TE-CR-89061.

Wilson, D.L., 1987, Report on Decontamination of PCB-Bearing Sediments. Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Cincinnati, OH, EPA/600/2-87/093.

Wilson, J., 1991. "Nitrate Enhanced Bioremediation Restores Fuel Contaminated Groundwater to Drinking Water Standard," Tech Trends, EPA, Washington, DC, EPA/540/M-91/002.

Wilson, J.H., R.M. Counce, A.J. Lucero, H.L. Jennings, and S.P. Singh, 1991. Air Stripping and Emissions Control Technologies: Field Testing of Counter Current Packings, Rotary Air Stripping, Catalytic Oxidation, and Adsorption Materials, ESL TR 90-51.

Wilson, J.T. and C.S. Ward, 1987. "Opportunities for Bioreclamation of Aquifers Contaminated with Petroleum Hydrocarbons," Developments in Industrial Microbiology (Journal of Industrial Microbiology Suppl. I). Elsevier, Amsterdam, Biomedical Division. 27: 109-116. EPA/600/J-87/133; NTIS: PB 88-148150.

Wilson, J.T. and L.E. Leach, 1989. In Situ Bioremediation of Spills from Underground Storage Tanks: New Approaches for Site Characterization, Project Design, and Evaluation of Performance, EPA/600/2-89/042; NTIS: PB 89-219976 (Available from EPA, Ada, OK).

Wilson, J.T., et al., 1986. "In Situ Biorestoration as a Ground Water Remediation Technique," Ground Water Monitoring Review. pp. 56-64. Fall 1986, EPA/600/J-86/305; NTIS: PB 87-177101.

Wilson, J.T., et al., 1988. Biodegradation and Sorption of Organic Solvents and Hydrocarbon Fuel Constituents in Subsurface Environments, Engineering and Services Laboratory, Air Force Engineering and Services Center, Tyndall Air Force Base, FL. ESL-TR-87-52; NTIS: AD-A203 753/9/XAB.

Wilson, J.T., J.F. McNabb, J. Cochran, T.H. Wang, M.B. Tomson, and P.B. Bedient, 1985. "Influence of Microbial Adaption on the Fate of Organic Pollutants in Groundwater," Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 4:721-726.

Wittle, J.K., et.al., 1995. Graphite Electrode DC Arc Technology Program for Buried Waste Treatment, Electro-Pyrolysis, Inc. Wayne, Penn.

Wolf, A. and L.C. Murdoch, 1992. The Effect of Sand-Filled Hydraulic Fractures on Subsurface Air Flow: Summary of SVE Field Tests Conducted at the Center Hill Research Facility, UC Center Hill Facility, Unpublished Report.

Wolvedon, B.C. and R.C.J. McCales., 1986. "Biotransformation of Priority Pollutants Using Biofilms and Vascular Plants," Mississippi Academy of Sciences. Vol. XXXI. pp. 79-89. EPA/600/J-86/310; NTIS: PB 87-176764.

Woodland, L.R., et al., August 1987. Pilot Testing of Caustic Spray/Hot Gas Building Decontamination Process, USATHAMA Report AMHTH-TE-CR-87112.

Woodward, Richard E., September 1990. "Soil Remediation Techniques at Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites," Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 40, No. 9, pp. 1234-1236.

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Zappi, M., et al., 1994, Development of a Zero Headspace Aerobic, Suspended Growth Bioreactor, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., Report No. MP-EL-94-8.

Zappi, M.E. and B.C. Fleming, 1991. Treatability of Contaminated Groundwater from the Lang Superfund Site, Draft WES Report, USAE-WES, Vicksburg, MS.

Zappi, M.E., B.C. Fleming, and C.L. Teetar, 1992. DRAFT - Treatability of Contaminated Groundwater from the Lang Superfund Site, USAE-WES.

Zappi, M.E., B.C. Fleming, and M.J. Cullinane, 1992. "Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater Using Chemical Oxidation," from Proceedings of the 1992 ASCE Water Forum Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Zappi, M.E., D. Gunnison, C.L. Teeter, and N.R. Francigues, 1991. Development of a Laboratory Method for Evaluation of Bioslurry Treatment Systems, Presented at the 1991 Superfund Conference, Washington, DC.

Zappi, M.E., D.D. Adrian, and R.R. Shafer, 1989. "Compatibility of Soil-Bentonite Slurry Wall Backfill Mixtures with Contaminated Groundwater," in Proceedings of the 1989 Superfund Conference, Washington, DC.

Zappi, M.E., et al., 1990, Compatibility of Ninth Avenue Superfund Site Groundwater with Two Soil-Bentonite Slurry Wall Backfill Mixtures, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS., WES: EL-90-9.

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