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Removal of DBCP from groundwater.

Karl E Longley

Removal of DBCP from groundwater.

by Karl E Longley

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH .
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    Subjects:
  • Dibromochloropropane -- Environmental aspects -- California -- Fresno Region,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- California -- Fresno Region,
  • Water quality management -- California -- Fresno Region

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPOE/POU treatment devices, institutional and jurisdictional factors
    StatementKarl E. Longley, George P. Hanna, and Barry H. Gump
    ContributionsHanna, George P, Gump, Barry H, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14677931M

    California Drinking Water Standards Contaminant MCL DLR Notes Inorganic Chemicals (DBCP) mg/L mg/L 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) mg/L mg/L Viruses Log Removal Based on required log removal at specific source water qualityFile Size: KB. through the Groundwater Catalog at If you do not have the Awesome Aquifer kit you will need to collect all the materials listed for each activity including a clear plastic container such as one used for food storage or a clear 2 liter bottle cut in half length wise. Welcome to TAPS: Hands-on Water Education!

    Original Groundwater by Freeze and Cherry, () now available online!! We are grateful to Pearson Publishing, Alan Freeze and John Cherry for allowing HWB to post this textbook free of charge on our website.. Click on the following chapter links for the pdf version of the original Groundwater (by Freeze and Cherry, ).   Analytical results for arsenic in water samples from 5, wells obtained during – across Pennsylvania were compiled and related to other associated groundwater- quality and environmental factors and used to predict the prob- ability of elevated arsenic concentrations, defined as greater than or equal to micrograms per liter (μg/L), in ground- Cited by: 8.

    Groundwater. Here are entered works on water contained in aquifers. Simulation of ground-water flow and application to the design of a contaminant removal system, Loring Air Force Base, Maine / (Hartford, Conn.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, (DBCP) concentrations in ground water in the eastern San Joaquin Valley. Groundwater Conditions Get Pumped! Next Steps: Building on ON-Site wastewater treatment to achieve groundwater protection For the vast majority of Nebraskans, groundwater is their sole source of drinking water. Whether from a private well or public water system, groundwater is an important asset and should be understood by those who utilize it.


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Removal of DBCP from groundwater by Karl E Longley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Removal of DBCP from groundwater. Volume 1, POE/POU treatment devices: institutional and jurisdictional factors.

[Karl E Longley; George P Hanna; Barry H Gump; Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)]. In California, DBCP was used extensively prior to DBCP was one of the most useful and simple to use nematicides.

In, pounds of DBCP were used in California, primarily on grapes and tomatoes. DBCP has been detected in public groundwater sources in California, with the majority of occurrences in Fresno, San Bernardino. The complete report, entitled "Removal of DBCP from Groundwater, Volume 1, POE/POU Treatment Devices: Institutional and Jurisdictional Factors," (Order No.

PB AS; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The. Get this from a library. Removal of DBCP from groundwater. Volume 2, Field pilot plant operation: project summary. [Karl E Longley; George P Hanna; Barry H Gump; Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)]., pounds of DBCP were used in California, primarily on grapes and tomatoes.

DBCP has been detected in public groundwater sources in California, with the majority of occurrences in Fresno, San Bernardino, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties. Contaminant Transport Characteristics DBCP dissolves in water and may occur as a dense non.

In the first phase we revisit our coupled 3-D deterministic-conceptual simulations of groundwater vulnerability for the Fresno study area (Loague et al., a,b) and quantitatively evaluate the model performance by rigorously comparing the simulated DBCP concentrations, in both space and time, with field observations.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Groundwater book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

A comprehensive presentation of groundwater hydrology that integrates ch /5. Fumigant contamination in Oahu is a result of fumigant application to pineapple fields. Fumigant formulations containing 1,2-dichloropropane, 1,2,3trichloropropane, and EDB.

Handbook of Groundwater Protection and Cleanup Policies for RCRA Corrective Action for Facilities Subject to Corrective Action Under Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act * As described on page x of the Introduction, EPA intends to keep this Handbook current.

This document is an update to the original version dated September. 1,2-Dibromochloropropane is an organochlorine compound. 1,2-dibromochloropropane appears as a colorless liquid.

Denser than water. Flash point °F. Boiling point °F. Toxic by ingestion and inhalation. Used as a pesticide and fumigant. from CAMEO Chemicals. Expand this section. 2 Names and Identifiers. Expand this section. A comprehensive presentation of groundwater hydrology that integrates chemistry, physics, geology, and calculus while applying theory to real-world geology.

Provides quantitative methods of calculation in groundwater hydrology. Contains sections on transport processes, ground water contamination, well hydraulics, and aquifer yield — including analog and numerical modeling.5/5(1).

A groundwater sample is ppm DBCP, a banned pesticide that has contaminated much of california's underground aquifers. How many mg of DBCP is contained in mL of groundwater. This paper is the second installment of a multipaper series concerned with simulating regional-scale groundwater contamination in Fresno County, CA as the result of long-term nonpoint source applications of 1,2-dibromochloropropane (DBCP).Cited by: Table 1 of R Parameter CASRN GWQS Unit Physical Characteristics Color Corrosivity Noncorrosive Odor pH – Inorganic Chemicals Bromate mg/l Chloramine (as Cl2) mg/l Chlorine (as Cl2) mg/l Chlorine Dioxide mg/l Chlorite mg/l Cyanide (free) mg/l Fluoride.

Groundwater contamination by 1,2,3-TCP is widespread in Hawaii (Hunt Jr., ; Oki and Giambelluca, ) in wells also affected by DBCP and EDB in areas of pineapple cultivation.

Concentrations of 1,2,3-TCP ranged up to 3 μg/L. Groundwater contamination by 1,2-DCP was documented in the San Joaquin Valley (Domagalski and Dubrovsky, Cited by: 2.

The interim Record of Decision called for a groundwater extraction and treatment system, which has resulted in the removal of TCE in extracted water to levels below drinking water standards.

Because the treatment system is not significantly reducing the extent or mobility of the groundwater contaminants in the subsurface, the current interim. Groundwater Hydrology Rain: Falls on and enters land surface.

•Some will flow over land surface as runoff- relatively common-important when the ground is frozen. •Some will enter as interflow- just below the surface of the land- a very porous horizon (shallow flow system). • The rest percolates into the soil ÆA high percentage of that is. Groundwater susceptibility to non-point source contamination is typically quantified by stable indexes, while groundwater quality evolution (or deterioration globally) can be a long-term process that may last for decades and exhibit strong temporal variations.

This study proposes a three-dimensional (3-d), transient index map built upon physical models to characterize the complete Cited by: 6.

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Topic 2 -- Managing Groundwater Use; pp.Groundwater accumulates from precipitation, stream flow, return flow to groundwater, artificial recharge. Groundwater is removed by natural discharge, artificial drainage (wells), interconnecting aquifers.the removal of groundwater faster than in can be recharged by precipitation or melting.

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desalinization.Source: Pitt, et al. General causes of concern indicating probable groundwater contamination potential are: high mobility (low sorption potential) in the vadose zone, high abundance (high concentrations and high detection frequencies) in stormwater, and high soluble fractions (small fraction associated with particulates which would have little removal potential.