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A systematic approach to in situ bioremediation in groundwater

Bart Faris, Dimitri Vlassopoulos
2003 Remediation Journal  
A Systematic Approach to In Situ Bioremediation in Groundwater obtained, engineered approaches can be designed, pilot tested, and eventually deployed.  ...  If NA cannot achieve remedial goals within this time frame, the next step is to evaluate whether biodegrada-A Systematic Approach to In Situ Bioremediation in Groundwater  ...  Ex Situ Mixing: One approach is to mix the amendments above ground and then inject the mixture into the subsurface.This approach assures good mixing of amendments but requires an effective distribution  ... 
doi:10.1002/rem.10063 fatcat:tlv7kqijcbbixkatle323r7cfa

Variability among Animals and Incubation Protocols for Ruminant In Situ Degradation Studies with Tropical Feeds

Amanda de Souza Assunção, Tadeu Eder da Silva, Daiana Quirino, Marcia de Oliveira Franco, Edenio Detmann
2022 Animals  
as to establish the minimum number of animals and provide a standardized design of sampling times for in situ ruminal degradation assays of tropical feeds with cattle.  ...  A minimum of three animals is recommended for in situ trials with cattle.  ...  Establishment of a Minimum Design of Sampling Times for Incubations The evaluations to establish a minimum design of sampling times for in situ incubations were initially performed for the DM degradation  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani12151901 pmid:35892551 pmcid:PMC9367396 fatcat:36epqx2os5e6bb44jfbiy5ncwi

In Situ: Researching corporate diversity initiatives with game developers

Emma Westecott, Suzanne Stein, Cheryl Hsu, Kashfia Rahman
2019 Conference of the Digital Games Research Association  
This paper explicates the design and development of a feminist action research pilot that studied and supported the launch of a diversity initiative within a major game development studio.  ...  By sharing our process, we hope to illustrate one way that researchers might engage design research methods in service of equity work of this nature in partnership with the game industry.  ...  This research takes a mixed methods approach to the synthesis of complex information from a wide range of sources, from primary and embedded observation of user-needs and organizational culture to the  ... 
dblp:conf/digra/WestecottSHR19 fatcat:22bzayddf5b5noxryeicpmgrte

In situ sediment treatment using activated carbon: A demonstrated sediment cleanup technology

Clayton R Patmont, Upal Ghosh, Paul LaRosa, Charles A Menzie, Richard G Luthy, Marc S Greenberg, Gerard Cornelissen, Espen Eek, John Collins, John Hull, Tore Hjartland, Edward Glaza (+2 others)
2015 Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management  
incorporates weighting or binding materials) to surface sediment, with or without initial mixing; and 2) incorporating amendments into a premixed, blended cover material of clean sand or sediment, which  ...  Results from experimental studies and field applications indicate that in situ sequestration and immobilization treatment of hydrophobic organic compounds using either installation approach can reduce  ...  and Joe Chai, among others) provided encouragement and constructive reviews of early drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ieam.1589 pmid:25323491 pmcid:PMC4409844 fatcat:ctmghsacpzfqjouzzxpqqayknm

In-Situ Simulation in Design Science Research: Evaluation of Complex Design Artifacts

Hoang D. Nguyen, Øystein Eiring, Danny C. C. Poo
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
Therefore, this paper proposes a simulation approach in real situations, called as in-situ simulation, for ex-post assessment of artifacts with the use of overarching design theories in design science  ...  We also present a simulation study of health optimization for patients with bipolar disorders, which evidently illustrates the adoption of in-situ simulation procedure where certain aspects of real-world  ...  In-Situ Simulation in Design Science Research There is a growing consensus among DSR scholars on design science approach, which consists of multiple phases: identifying problems, design, development, evaluation  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/NguyenEP18 fatcat:topzgjfr3vczvluovroob6hs54

Assessing and Managing Contaminated Sediments: Part II, Evaluating Risk and Monitoring Sediment Remedy Effectiveness

Sabine E. Apitz, John W. Davis, Ken Finkelstein, David W. Hohreiter, Robert Hoke, Richard H. Jensen, Joe Jersak, Victoria J. Kirtay, E. Erin Mack, Victor S. Magar, David Moore, Danny Reible (+1 others)
2005 Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management  
In this paper, Part II, various approaches are reviewed for evaluating sediment risk and monitoring sediment remedy effectiveness.  ...  In Part I (Apitz et al. 2005), the key elements of an effective investigation and risk evaluation strategy were reviewed, beginning with the development of a conceptual site model (CSM) and including a  ...  References to brand names and trademarks in this document are for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements by the U.S. EPA, U.S. Navy, project sponsors, or the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1897/ieam_2004a-002e.1 fatcat:racsahjtfzhxdnck5ntdw7u2se

In situ remediation of contaminated marinesediment: an overview

G. Lofrano, G. Libralato, D. Minetto, S. De Gisi, F. Todaro, B. Conte, D. Calabrò, L. Quatraro, M. Notarnicola
2016 Environmental science and pollution research international  
Sediment tends to accumulate inorganic and persistent hydrophobic organic contaminants representing one of the main sinks and sources of pollution.  ...  Thus, ex situ traditional remediation activities (i.e., dredging) can be hazardous compared to in situ techniques that try to keep to a minimum sediment mobilization, unless dredging is compulsory to reach  ...  Acknowledgments This work was carried out in the framework of the Cooperation Agreement between the Special Commissioner of the Italian Government for urgent measures of remediation and environmental requalification  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11356-016-8281-x pmid:28013464 fatcat:lyeaxjdp7zfmno6ey5hd435fzm

Evaluation of a laboratory-scale bioreactive in situ sediment cap for the treatment of organic contaminants

David W. Himmelheber, Kurt D. Pennell, Joseph B. Hughes
2011 Water Research  
The goal of this study was to evaluate the ability and limitations of a mixed, anaerobic dechlorinating consortium to treat chlorinated ethenes within a sand-based cap.  ...  The development of bioreactive sediment caps, in which microorganisms capable of contaminant transformation are placed within an in situ cap, provides a potential remedial design that can sustainably treat  ...  Acknowledgments Funding for this research was provided by the Hazardous Substance Research Center-South and Southwest, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, and a fellowship to D.W.H  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.watres.2011.06.022 pmid:21872291 pmcid:PMC3183260 fatcat:qnoh25z6ofdfbdy4reja6n7ko4

A Smart Home Experience Using Egocentric Interaction Design Principles

Dipak Surie, Thomas Pederson, Lars-Erik Janlert
2012 2012 IEEE 15th International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering  
A smart home environment capable of supporting physical-virtual activities and designed according to egocentric interaction principles is used for exploring the human experience it offers, yielding positive  ...  results as a proof of concept.  ...  A score of 4.05 for efficiency in accomplishing human-initiated interaction tasks indicate that the mixed-initiative approach and the handling of the virtual objects through two types of interaction sessions  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccse.2012.94 dblp:conf/cse/SuriePJ12 fatcat:e2ysyxh5ivdbbhmtj3rigs753e

Surfactant-guided spatial assembly of nano-architectures for molecular profiling of extracellular vesicles

Zhigang Wang, Haitao Zhao, Yan Zhang, Auginia Natalia, Chin-Ann J. Ong, Melissa C. C. Teo, Jimmy B. Y. So, Huilin Shao
2021 Nature Communications  
Inspired by the amphiphilic nature of surfactants, we develop a facile approach to guide nanomaterial integration – spatial organization and distribution – in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).  ...  Employing the approach, we develop a dual-probe STAR that comprises peripheral working probes and central reference probes to achieve differential responsiveness to biomarkers.  ...  Further information on research design is available in the Nature Research Reporting Summary linked to this article.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-021-23759-9 fatcat:at3aucweunbwbbz2nb2ujgzkfq

Potential Technologies for Remediation of Brownfields

Krishna R. Reddy, Jeffrey A. Adams, Christina Richardson
1999 Practice eriodical of hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste management  
A systematic approach to the redevelopment of brownfield sites is crucial in order to control the costs associated with remediation and to accelerate the redevelopment process.  ...  Fortunately, numerous initiatives and regulations have been developed by federal, state, and local agencies to assist and encourage redevelopment of these sites.  ...  A number of ex-situ thermal methods are also effective in treating a variety of contaminants. In addition to ex-situ vitrification, incineration is also an ex-situ remedial option.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)1090-025x(1999)3:2(61) fatcat:4kmqzomacbhwdkep2uhleomrlu

The Design and Evaluation of Augmented Learning Spaces

Carl Smith
2010 European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning  
The medium of augmented and mixed reality is creating new problem spaces in the fields of learning science. The focus of this research is how to design AR experiences that support learning.  ...  What is the importance of context as a design principle?  ...  These ideas become 'contagious patterns of cultural information that pass from meme to meme which in turn have the ability to change the actions of a group' (Dawkins, 1976) .  ... 
dblp:conf/ectel/Smith10 fatcat:tqwqe7ywbbdvxhlle4pgtjx5m4

Mixed Reality in the Presentation of Industrial Heritage Development [chapter]

Vladimír Hain, Roman Hajtmanek
2020 Mixed Reality [Working Title]  
In order to clarify terms in this article, Mixed Reality is a term used to cover all concepts of reality as shown in the classification of MR technologies in the Figure 1 .  ...  This happens during the whole process of industrial heritage restoration, when in the given circumstances architects requires Mixed Reality to present the design changes of industrial heritage to the public  ...  Based on the archival research and the measurements in situ, we sought to find out whether the initial building was built according to plan in 1906.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.92645 fatcat:fotutkhwpva37fzdkyq7ssq53a

In-situ Sorbent Amendments: A New Direction in Contaminated Sediment Management

Upal Ghosh, Richard G. Luthy, Gerard Cornelissen, David Werner, Charles A. Menzie
2011 Environmental Science and Technology  
This feature article summarizes research by several groups in the U.S. and Europe to develop a novel approach for in situ sediment remediation that minimizes or eliminates some of the problems with traditional  ...  A quatic sediments form the ultimate repositories of past and ongoing discharges of hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs) such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), many pesticides, and dioxins, as well  ...  This feature article summarizes research by several groups in the U.S. and Europe to develop a novel approach for in situ sediment remediation that minimizes or eliminates some of the problems with traditional  ... 
doi:10.1021/es102694h pmid:21247210 pmcid:PMC3037809 fatcat:6gdcawj4vzdwbpufk4uotuhb7m

PerCon: Support for Heterogeneous Data Management and Analysis via Mixed-initiative interaction

Su Inn Park
2013 Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries  
data into information and knowledge, and mixed-initiative framework for data analysis.  ...  This research proposes a digital library system that allows users to manage a large number of heterogeneous datasets and to support a mixed-initiative interaction for data analysis among the related datasets  ...  The second approach for interaction is a direct manipulation, where users take initiative in terms of manipulating, displaying, and evaluating data.  ... 
dblp:journals/tcdl/Park13 fatcat:x45hz5qcurdqtgfehubbjhefse
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