SEDL / STP / STP1482-EB
Contaminated Sediments: Evaluation and Remediation Techniques
Fukue M, Kita K, Ohtsubo M, Chaney R
Thirty-eight peer-reviewed papers focus on the latest advances in the fields of environmental science and underwater engineering related to sediments. Topics cover characterization, evaluation, mitigation, restoration and management of contaminated sediments in the fields of oceanography, limnology, sedimentology, geochemistry, marine geotechnology, environmental science, and civil engineering. Papers also cover the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of sediments.
Four sections address:
Monitoring and field investigation in relation to the quality of sediments and water
Physical properties of sediments, which also affect the fate and transport of contamination
Specific topics and issues concerning heavy metals
Different, potentially more sustainable, approaches for remediation technology including capping of contaminated sediments and cement stabilization of dredged contaminated materials
Table of Contents
Environmental Monitoring of the Sediment Pollution along the Thai:Laos Mekong
Bangkedphol S., Dyer M., Homchan U., Keenan H., Songsasen A.
Monitoring Heavy Metal Transport in Aquifer Based on Electrical Property Measurements
Bang S., Kim Y., Oh M., Park J.
Seawater Quality, Suspended Solids, and Settling Particles in the Wood Pool Area of Shimizu Port, Japan
Fukue M., Kita K., Miyata Y., Sato Y., Sawamoto S., Yasuda K.
Contamination of Sediments and Proposed Containment Technique in a Wood Pool in Shimizu, Japan
Fukue M., Furukawa Y., Kato Y., Sato Y., Uehara K.
Groundwater Flow and Arsenic Contamination Analyses in Southern Bangladesh
Ishibashi Y., Mano A., Umeki T.
Effect of Acid Treatment Agent of Sea Laver on Geoenvironmental Properties of Tidal Flat Muds in the Ariake Sea
Du Y., Hayashi S.
Cadmium Transport in Volcanic Ash Soil during Citric Acid Solution Flow
Abe Y., Miyazaki T., Mizoguchi M., Yamaguchi N.
Current Status of Estrogenlike Compounds in Sediments in Enclosed Sea Areas
Iwasaki S., Kimura T., Matsuda T., Matsui S., Sakka K., Sakka M.
Development of an Acoustical Method for Measuring the Transition Layer of Surficial Marine Sediments
Ishida K., Kimura M.
Consolidation Yield Stress of Osaka-Bay Pleistocene Clay with Reference to Calcium Carbonate Contents
Fukue M., Imai G., Komatsu Y.
Microstructure, Strength, and Consolidation Properties of Ariake Clay Deposits Obtained from Samplers
Effect of Specimen Size on Consolidation Parameters of Marine Clay Deposits
Permeability Characteristics of Lake Kojima Sediment and Their Improvement
Akae T., Hamabe A., Ishida T., Ishiguro M., Iwamoto R.
Optical Tests on the Slow Release of Biogenic Gas Bubbles in Sediment
Effects of Salt on the Sorption of Lead by Marine Clay in Column Tests
Higashi T., Li L., Morishita T., Ohtsubo M., Yamaoka S.
Chromite Ore Processing Residue (COPR): Hazardous Contaminated Soil or Solid Waste?
Bonaparte R., Chrysochoou M., Dermatas D., Moon D.
An Investigation of the Heaving Mechanism Related to Chromite Ore Processing Residue
Chrysochoou M., Dermatas D., Moon D., Shen G.
Investigation of Barium Treatment of Chromite Ore Processing Residue (COPR)
Christodoulatos C., Chrysochoou M., Dermatas D., French C., Kaouris M., Moon D., Morris J., Wazne M.
Biochemical Effects on the Long-Term Mobility of Heavy Metals in Marine Clay at Coastal Landfill Sites
Inui T., Kamon M., Katsumi T., Zhang H.
The Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Trace Metals in Sediments of a Highly Urbanized Watershed
Chen M., Hall K., Li L., Mattu G., McCallum D.
Evaluation of the Removal of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Sediment in Continuous Flow Tests with Selective Sequential Extraction
Dahrazma B., Mulligan C.
Overview of Natural Attenuation of Sediments
Mulligan C., Yong R.
Modeling TPH Desorption in Unconsolidated Dune Sand during Remediation Using Dual-Equilibrium Desorption (DED) Model
Chaney R., Manhart C.
A Combined Method: Precipitation and Capping, to Attenuate Eutrophication in Canadian Lakes
Allier D., Arsenault S., Galvez-Cloutier R., Leroueil S., Locat J.
The Lasting Effect of Sand Capping Techniques on Nutrient Release Reduction from Contaminated Sediments in Tokyo Bay
Kameyama Y., Murakami K., Nobusawa Y.
Reactive Material Options for In Situ Capping
Darlington J., Hornaday C., Olsta J.
Electrokinetic Remediation of Contaminated Dredged Sediment
Ala P., Reddy K.
Electrokinetic Dewatering and Sedimentation of Dredged Contaminated Sediment
Chung H., Kamon M.
Electrokinetically Enhanced Settlement and Remediation of Contaminated Sediment
Chung H., Kamon M., Sills G.
Development of an In Situ Biodegradation Technology by Using Anaerobic Micro-Organisms for Sediment Contaminated with Dioxins
Hata T., Kohashi H., Kurisu F., Kuwano R., Mori H., Yagi O.
Effect of Dispersivity of Filling Material on Performance of Contaminant Barrier
Hayashi M., Kato M., Nishimura T., Shirato H.
Remediation Technology for Boron and Fluoride Contaminated Sediments Using Green Plants
Asada M., Horiuchi S., Parkpian P.
Efficiency of Arsenic Removal Unit Working in Bangladesh and Cement Stabilization of Its Sludge
Hussainuzzaman M., Yokota H.
Development of Filtration System for Removal of Contaminated Suspended Solids in an Enclosed Sea Area
Fukue M., Inoue T., Minato T., Sato Y., Uehara K., Yamasaki S.
Disposal of Dredged Material in a Local Confined Disposal Facility: Budgeting and Accounting of Contaminant Transport
Breedveld G., Eek E., Hauge A., Heines S., Lie S., Pettersen A., Solberg A., Solberg K.
Material Behavior of Dredged Contaminated Sediments from Simple Laboratory and Oedometer Tests
Breedveld G., Dokter L., Eek E., Holme J., Jensen T., Loken T.
Applicability of Cement-Stabilized Mud Soil as Embankment Material
Fukushima S., Kitajima A., Nishimoto K., Tani S.
Transport Phenomena of Volatile Solute in Soil during Bioventing Technology
Fujikawa T., Miyazaki T., Suko T.
Paper ID: STP1482-EB
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