SEDL / STP / STP1554-EB
Contaminated Sediments: 5th Volume, Restoration of Aquatic Environment
Mulligan Catherine, Li S.
Eighteen peer-reviewed papers provide a better understanding of the sediment-water environment and better management practices due to their potential impact on human health and the environment. In particular, they need to be considered during efforts to meet sustainability requirements.
Specific topics include:
Fate and transport of contaminants
Ecotoxicology and bioavailability
Port and harbor management
Sediment quality assessment tools
In situ and ex situ remediation technologies
Natural recovery processes
Risk assessment and decision making
Sampling, monitoring and performance evaluation
Habitat restoration and biodiversity
Sediment and site characterization
Marine and fresh water sediments
Table of Contents
Improvement of Dredged Sediment Using Air Bubbles or Carbonized Sewage Sludge
Ikeda K., Inui T., Kamon M., Katsumi T., Mizuno K.
Use of Cement-Treated Lightweight Soils Made from Dredged Clay
Mitarai Y., Noguchi T., Watabe Y.
The Performance of Organophilic Clay on Nonaqueous Phase Liquid Contaminated Sediments Under Anisotropic Consolidation
El Mohtar C., Erten M., Gilbert R., Reible D.
Preliminary Evaluation of a Sediment Resuspension Technique for Reduction of Phosphorus in Lake Water
Fukue M., Karim R., Mulligan C.
The Evaluation and Selection of Coal Ash Delineation Methodologies in Response to the TVA Coal Ash Release
Gassaway K., Hawk C., Kraycik J., Lee K., Rogers W., Vitale R.
Incorporating Public Health Impact Assessment Into The Optioneering Process For A Dredge Licensing Application
Ecological Risk Assessment (ERA) of Open-water Disposal of Sediment to Support the Management of Dredging Project in the St. Lawrence River
Babut M., Boudreau L., Cormier M., Desrosiers M., Gagnon C., Lepage S., Martel L., Masson S., Michon P., Pelletier M., Thibodeau S., Triffault-Bouchet G.
Remediation of River Sediments Containing Dioxins and Other Chemical Compounds as Part of a Large Watershed Restoration Project
PAH-Contaminated Sediment Remediation: An Overview of a Proposed Large Scale Clean-up in a Freshwater Harbour
Graham M., Hartman E., Joyner R., Santiago R.
Evaluation of Adverse Effects of Anoxic Sediments on Aestivating Sand Lance (Ammodytes personatus)
Fukue M., Kato Y., Ono S., Sato Y., Yasuda K.
Cementation of Soil Due to Carbonate Production in the Presence of Oyster Shell
Akashi M., Higashi T., Kanayama M., Ohtsubo M.
Time Dependent Leachability and Potential Environmental Implications From Stabilization/Solidification Treatment of Chromium Contaminated Clay
Boardman D., Ghataora G., Hills C., Jefferson I., John U.
Sediment Contamination Due to Oil-Suspended Particulate Matter Aggregation during Oil Spills in Coastal Waters
Removal of Heavy Metals (Cu, Pb, and Zn) from Contaminated Sediment Using a Flotation Technique
Blais J., Mercier G., Veetil D.
Naphthalene Sorption to Organic Additives in Cement-Treated Soils
Bridson-Pateman E., Lake C., Searle J.
Evaluation of Oil Absorbing Ability for Peat Using a Column Test
Higashi T., Kanayama M., Konishi K., Madama H., Ohtsubo M.
Study of Leachability of Heavy Metals from Zinc Flotation Plant Tailings Dam Sediments
Darban A., Khodadadi A., Koleini S., Marzban M., Yong R.
Green Remediation—Use of Fly Ash for Remediation of Metals Polluted Sediment
Bečelić-Tomin M., Dalmacija B., Dalmacija M., Krčmar D., Prica M., Rajić L.
Author and Subject Index
Paper ID: STP1554-EB
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