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> Characterization in and around
Basic and Applied Research > Understand biogeochemical and (a)
hydrologic processes affecting fate
and transport of metals,
radionuclides, and chlorinated
Modeling > Improved conceptual models and Advanced Predictive
incorporation of science into Capabilities
> Reactive transport models that
account for unique subsurface
characteristics, e.g., physical
features such as fractured rocks or
tight zones and biogeochemical
features impacting transformation,
mobility, and coupled transport
in situ Technology > Cost-effective techniques during Enhanced Remediation
remedial action and post-closure, Methods
i.e. transition cost-effective
solutions to LM
> MNA and long-term monitoring
ex situ Technology > Cost-effective pump and treat ro)
> Real-time soil characterization
Long-term Monitoring > Low cost monitoring tools to reduce Enhanced Long-Term
lifecycle costs Monitoring Strategies
> Long-term monitoring for MNA
> Long-term monitoring of barrier
aBasic science needs referred to Office of Science and applied research needs incorporated into
four Strategic Initiatives
bResponse to ex situ technology needs considered for technical assistance and Small Sites
The EM Engineering & Technology Roadmap identified four strategic initiatives
associated with groundwater and soil cleanup in the Groundwater and Soil Remediation
and Integration and Cross-Cutting areas.
1) Improve Sampling & Characterization Strategies
2) Advanced Predictive Capabilities
3) Enhanced Remediation Methods
4) Enhanced Long-Term Monitoring Strategies
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Aylward, B; V. ADAMS, V; G. M. CHAMBERLAIN, G & T. L. STEWART, T. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SOIL AND GROUNDWATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NEEDS, PLANS AND INITIATIVES, article, December 12, 2007; [Aiken, South Carolina]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc895915/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.