GQ2019 presentations and posters

09/09/19 _ 9:30-9:55

Keynote n°01 Ricardo Hirata (Geosciences, Uni Sao Paolo, Brazil) : Managing urban water in Latin American aquifers. Do we know enough to support the sound decisions? (A 500)


Keynote n°02 Elisa Vargas-Amelin (EU DG Env, Belgium) : EU Groundwater Directive implementation, challenges and future (A 500)


S01 Groundwater quality response to climate, land use or other earth system changes (A 500)

32. Invited Talk : Impact of Urbanization On Groundwater Recharge: Case Study Dübendorf, SwitzerlandMario Schirmer, Switzerland; Morgane Minnig, Germany; Dirk Radny, Germany; Christian Moeck, Switzerland  

128. Alpine Spring Water and Global Change : Evidence From Temperature, Chemistry and Oxygen-18 MeasurementsMartin Kralik, Austria; Erika Papp, Austria  

181. Multidecadal Reconstruction of Groundwater Recharge In Southern CaliforniaFerdinando Manna, Canada; Kenneth Walton, Canada; John Cherry, Canada; Beth Parker, Canada

240. Towards A Sustainable Management of The Groundwater Resources of The Algerian Sahara In The Region of Adrar In A Context of Increasing Agricultural Pressures.Johan Derouane, Belgium; Ali Larbes, Algeria; Faiza Bouchama, Algeria  

276. Predicting Changes In Nitrogen Concentration In Groundwater Using Water AgeChanna Rajanayaka, New Zealand; Julian Weir, New Zealand

83. Impact of Climate Change and Landuse Change On Groundwater Quality Through Changes In Subsurface TemperaturesPhilip Visser, Netherlands; Victor Bense, Netherlands; Jelte de Bruin, Netherlands  


Poster session 1 (S01 and S02a)

23. Delineating The Impact of Urbanization On The Hydrochemistry of Groundwater Wells In Aba, NigeriaUche Dickson Ijioma, Germany  

24. Challenges For The Development of Eu-Scale Thematic Maps Supporting The Management of Groundwater Quality In Europe, Laurence Gourcy, France; Klaus Hinsby, Denmark; Daniel Elsner, Austria; Gerhard Schubert, Austria; Jens Aamand, Denmark; Matthew Ascott, United Kingdom; Jörg Reichling, Germany; Stefan Broda, Germany; Benjamin Lopez, France; Margarita Sanabria, Spain  

46. Moroccan Cases Studies of Groundwater Quality Modeling and Assessment In The Context of Agricultural Watersheds.Brahim Ben Kabbour, Morocco58. Isotopes of Nitrates and Cfc-Sf6 Groundwater Residence Time Assessment To Understand Nitrates Transfer In A Basement AquiferEmmanuelle Petelet-Giraud, France; Nicole Baran, France; Virginie Vergnaud, France; Flora Lucassou, France; Jean-Michel Schroetter, France

139. Climate Change Vulnerability of The Water Resources Sector In The Saloum Delta/fatick Region (senegal) Alousseynou Bah, Senegal; Ibrahima Camara, Senegal; Melinda Noblet, Senegal  

164. An Effecient and Flexible Groundwater Modelling Environment For Nutrient Vulnerbility MappingTroels N. Vilhelmsen, Denmark; Rasmus R. Frederiksen, Denmark; Steen Christensen, Denmark; Anders V. Christiansen, Denmark; Birgitte Hansen, Denmark; Hyojin Kim, Denmark; Christen D. Børgesen, Denmark; Esben Auken, Denmark  

220. Factors Controlling Groundwater Quality In Transboundary Aquifer System In Arid Zone, Case of Deep Aquifers In Algerian SaharaYoucef Hakimi, Belgium; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Pierre Deschamps, France; Serge Brouyere, Belgium  

234. What Will Happen To Aquifers In Margin-Coastal Areas Under The Influence of Climate Change? Fatou Diop Ngom, Senegal; Raymond Malou, Senegal; Abdoul Aziz Gning, Senegal  

290. Linking Growth and Land Use To Groundwater Supply. An Emblematic Case In México.Dora Romero, Mexico

294. Development of A Decision Support Framework To Evaluate The Impacts of Agricultural Management On Crop, Soil, and Environmental QualityMadaline Young, Netherlands; Wim de Vries, Netherlands; Gerard Ros, Netherlands

306. Simulation of Leaky Sewer Pipes On Different ScalesMartin Binder , Germany; Christian Engelmann , Germany; Falk Händel , Germany; Karen Lorena Rojas Gómez , Germany; Rudolf Liedl , Germany; Mario Schirmer , Switzerland; Marc Walther , Germany

42. A Review of Agro-Chemical Pollutants To Groundwater Resources In Kisumu, Kenya and Their Effects On Human Health and LivelihoodsJaphet Kanoti, Kenya; Daniel Olago, Kenya; Norbert Opiyo, Kenya

45. Impact of Contaminated Sites On Environment, Banská štiavnica Mining Area, SlovakiaJozef Kordík, Slovakia; Igor Slaninka, Slovakia48. Leaching of Pfas and Pfas Precursors From SoilPatrick van Hees, Sweden; Marko Filipovic, Sweden; Patrik Karlsson, Sweden; Linn Lindblom, Sweden; Leo Yeung, Sweden  

50. Investigation of A Groundwater Contaminated Site For Trichloroethylene Vapor Concentration, Chiu-Shia Fen, Taiwan; Yangting Huang, Taiwan

104. Groundwater Quality Monitoring of Contaminated Sites In SlovakiaIgor Slaninka, Slovakia; Jozef Kordík, Slovakia

140. Feasibility Study of Pfas Leakage At Göteborg Landvetter Airport (got), SwedenKatarina Nilsson, Sweden; Lena Torin, Sweden

180. Perfluoroalkyl Substances In Groundwater: First Survey In Wallonia and Brussels (belgium) Christophe Frippiat, Belgium; Stéphanie Bémelmans, Belgium; Caroline Nadin, Belgium; Francis Delloye, Belgium  

188. Defining Site Specific Water Discharge Values For 1,4-Dioxane and Other Compounds – Applying Sustainability Principles To Improve The Overall Performance of An Ongoing P&t SystemOlga Vounaki, Belgium; Paulo Valle, Belgium; Laurent Crucifix, Belgium

190. Multi-National Perspectives and Remedial Considerations For 1,4–dioxane As Co-Contaminant At Chlorinated Solvent SitesOlga Vounaki, Belgium; Paulo Valle, Belgium; Wijnand Gemson, Australia; Ken Kiefer, Belgium

200. Recent Developments In Alternatives For Pfas Groundwater Treatment Including An Emerging On-Site Destruction Technology 2019 Marc Söllner, Germany; David Woodward, United States; Nathan Hagelin, United States; Robert Singer, United States  

229. Fate of Tio2 Nanoparticles In Carbonate and Silicate AquifersBenedicta Ronchi, Belgium; Audrey Joris, Belgium; Pierre Jamin, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium; Mathieu Veschkens, Belgium; Christophe Frippiat, Belgium  

135. Assessment of Seawater Intrusion and Nitrate Contamination On The Groundwater Quality In The Coastal Aquifers of Arid and Semi-Arid RegionsNawal Alfarrah, Belgium; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium


Keynote n°03 Dan Lapworth (British Geological Survey, U.-K.) : Developing a voluntary European Groundwater Watch List for substances of emerging concern (A 500)  


S02a Specific and emerging issues of groundwater pollution (A 500)

250. Measuring Leachability and Mass Fluxes of Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances In Agricultural SoilsPeter Grathwohl, Germany; Mike Annable, United States; Klaus Röhler, Germany; Jaehyun Cho, United States; Alexander Haluska, Germany; Bernd Susset, Germany  

125. Inspiration Talk : Identifying Sources and Processes Impacting Groundwater Recharge In The Human EnvironmentRobin Weatherl, Switzerland; Maria Henao, Switzerland; Mario Schirmer, Switzerland  

277. Endocrine Disruptors and Other Pollutants of Emerging Concern In Groundwater – Results of A Regional-Scale Survey In Wallonia (belgium)Christophe Frippiat, Belgium; Stéphanie Bémelmans, Belgium; Philippe Carbonnelle, Belgium; Alain Delvaux, Belgium; Caroline Nadin, Belgium; Katherine Nott, Belgium; Olivier Pigeon, Belgium; Sébastien Ronkart, Belgium; Gilles Rousseau, Belgium; Francis Delloye, Belgium  

52. Eliminating The Risk From Pfas Contamination: Low Cost In Situ Remediation With Colloidal Activated CarbonKris Maerten, Belgium; Jeremy Birnstingl, United Kingdom; Gareth Leonard, United Kingdom

57. Broad Groundwater Screening For Agricultural and Urban Micropollutants Reveals New Pesticide Transformation ProductsKarin Kiefer, Switzerland; Adrian Müller, Switzerland; Miriam Reinhardt, Switzerland; Heinz Singer, Switzerland; Juliane Hollender, Switzerland

127. Towards A Better Understanding of The Long-Term Fate of Pesticide Metabolites In GroundwaterSimone Hintze, Switzerland; Fabien Cochand, Switzerland; Daniel Hunkeler, Switzerland


S02a Specific and emerging issues of groundwater pollution (A 500)

219. Flux and Mass Balance Evaluation of A Pfas Fire Training AreaMichael Annable, United States; Jaehyun Cho, United States  

204. Perchlorate In Groundwater: The Potential Source From Past Farming Practices Using Chilean Nitrates In FranceBenjamin Lopez, France; Claire Cailleau, France; Nicolas Surdyk, France; Alexandre Brugeron, France  

129. Developing A New Pfas Treatment Technology (de-Fluoro™)Rick Parkman, United Kingdom; Rachael Casson, Australia; Shangtao Liang, United States

269. Is Heat A Contaminant?Philipp Blum, Germany; Kathrin Menberg, Germany; Fabien Koch, Germany; Susanne Benz, Germany; Carolin Tissen, Germany; Peter Bayer, Germany  

300. Microbiological Analyzes Contribution To Knowledge of Groundwater TransfersLaurent Moulin, France; Sebastien Wurtzer, France; Frederic Barrez, France  

Tuesday, 10 September 2019




Keynote n°05 Callist Tindimugaya (Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda) : A catchment based approach to the protection of the quality and quantity of groundwater resources: experiences from Uganda   (A 500)


S06 Long term management, protection and use of groundwater resources from urban to rural environments, co-organized with the IAH Urban groundwater network (A 500)

225. Invited Talk :assessing The Sustainability of Low-Cost, On-Site Water Supply and Sanitation Systems In Urban Sub-Saharan Africa: AfriwatsanRichard G. Taylor, United Kingdom; Dan Olago, Kenya; Michael Owor, Uganda; Cheikh Becaye Gaye, Senegal; Seynabou Cisse Faye, Senegal; Robinah Kulabako, Uganda; Simeon Dulo, Kenya; Seydou Niang, Senegal; Luiza Campos, United Kingdom; James Sorensen, United Kingdom  

151. Hydrodynamics and Hydrogeochemistry Functioning of The Coastal Sedimentary Basin of Douala/cameroonHuguette Christiane Emvoutou, Cameroon; Mathias Diedhiou, Senegal; Ali Ibrahim Abdou, Niger; Georges Emmanuel Ekodeck, Cameroon; Christine Stumpp, Austria; Serigne Faye, Senegal  

197. The Impacts of On-Site Sanitation On Groundwater Quality In The Unconfined Thiaroye Aquifer of Dakar, SenegalSeynabou Cisse Faye, Senegal; Abdoulaye Pouye, Senegal; Mor Talla Diaw, Senegal; Mathias Diedhiou, Senegal; Cheikh Becaye Gaye, Senegal; Richard G. Taylor, Senegal  

203. Maputo Shallow Aquifer : An Opportunity Or A Nightmare? Bernard Collignon, France; Dinis Juizo, Mozambique  

267. 4d Groundwater Protection: Concepts and Strategies For Securing Drinking Water Resources In A Changing and Uncertain WorldArnaut van Loon, Netherlands; Bas van der Grift, Netherlands; Niels Hartog, Netherlands  

266. Investigating The Impact of Groundwater On The Vulnerability of A Surface Drinking Water Source With An Integrated Hydrological Model: The Nelson River Catchment (quebec) Laura Gatel, Canada; Yohann Tremblay, Canada; René Therrien, Canada  

230. Groundwater Remediation – Feedback After Five Years of Implementation of A Decree On Soil Protection In WalloniaVincent Lebrun, Belgium; Céline Rentier, Belgium  

13:20 – 14 :15

Conference venue

Poster session 2 (S02b + S04 + S06)

41. Characterisation of Geogenic Controls On Groundwater Quality In A Volcano-Sedimentary Aquifer In Kenya Using Graphical and Statistical MethodsJaphet Kanoti, Kenya; Daniel Olago, Kenya; Norbert Opiyo, Kenya; Christopher Nyamai, Kenya; Richard Taylor, United Kingdom; Simeon Dulo, Kenya

81. Hydrochemistry of Groundwater In The City of Vienna, AustriaSebastian Pfleiderer, Austria  

138. Endogenous and Exogenous Pollution of Groundwater and Interactions Between Heavy Metals and Nitrogen Compounds (burkina Faso)Elie Serge Gaëtan Sauret, Burkina Faso; Igor Ouedraogo, Burkina Faso; Ahmed Kam, Burkina Faso  

232. Charaterization of The Impact of Heavy Metal Pollution On Surface Water Bodies As Result of The Regional Diffuse Soil and Groundwater Pollution In The Campine Area (ne Belgium)Jan Bronders, Belgium; Ilse van Keer, Belgium; Johan Vos, Belgium; Ingeborg Joris, Belgium; Nele Desmet, Belgium; Johan Patyn, Belgium; Dirk Paulus, Belgium; Tim Lieben, Belgium; Petra de Clercq, Belgium; Allan van Autenboer, Belgium  

245. Combining Hygeochemical and Stable Isotopes Approach To Investigate Groundwater Mineralization Within Volta River Basin In Benin (west Africa)Wèré Gédéon Sambienou, Benin; Abdoukarim Alassane, Benin; Laurence Gourcy, France; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Rim Trabelsi, Tunisia; Kodjo Apelete Raoul Kpegli, Benin; Moussa Boukari, Benin; Serge Brouyere, Belgium; Kamel Zouari, Tunisia; Daouda Mama, Benin  

258. Nitrate Concentration Characteristics In An Intensely Polluted Area In JapanKei Nakagawa, Japan; Hiroki Amano, Japan; Magnus Persson, Sweden; Ronny Berndtsson, Sweden

272. Uranium Mobility In Urban and Coastal Groundwater: Geogenic Versus Anthropogenic Origins and Physico-Chemical Mobility Processes In Recife (pe, Brazil)Guillaume Bertrand, France; Ricardo Hirata, Brazil; Veridiana Martins, Brazil; Lise Cary, France; Emmanuelle Petelet-Giraud, France; Eliot Chatton, France; Luc Aquilina, France; Suzana Montenegro, Brazil; Anderson Paiva, Brazil

283. Crop-Scale Investigations of Soil Salinization Process In Relation With Shallow Salty Groundwater In The Senegal River DeltaAbdoul Aziz Gning, Senegal; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Joost Wellens, Belgium; Raymond Malou, Senegal; Serge Brouyère, Belgium  

299. Assessment of Water Quality In Semi-Arid Zone: Case of Vohibory In Southwest of Madagascar.Felaniaina Rakotondrabe, Madagascar; Jules Remy Ndam Ngoupayou, Cameroon; Eddy Harilala Rasolomanana, Madagascar; Zakari Mfonka, Cameroon; François S Zafimakason, Cameroon; Joseph Ralaimaro, Madagascar  

315. Groundwater Quality In The Urban and Industrial Sectors of The Walloon Region of BelgiumJulie Gesels, Belgium; Fabien Dollé, Belgium; Julie Leclercq, Belgium; Anna Jurado, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium

62. Infiltration Analysis and Qualification Within Hydrogeological System of Djorf Torba: Bechar Region, Southwest Algeria Case StudySarra Ameri, Algeria; Abderrahmane Mekkaoui, Algeria; Mohamed Nabou, Algeria

96. Integral Flow and Transport Modelling Approach For Surface Water-Groundwater Interface DomainVahid Sobhi Gollo, Germany; Tabea Broecker, Germany; Jörg Lewandowski, Germany; Gunnar Nützmann, Germany; Reinhard Hinkelmann, Germany

107. Estimating Stream-Aquifer Exchange In Belgian Lowland Floodplains From Hydrochemical TracersMin Lu, Belgium; Matej Gedeon, Belgium; Koen Beerten, Belgium; Marijke Huysmans, Belgium

119. Nutrient Delivery By Shallow Groundwater Discharge To Headwater Streams, Thames River Basin, Ontario, CanadaDale van Stempvoort, Canada; Ross Mackay, Canada; Pamela Collins, Canada; Susan Brown, Canada   

168. Indications For River Water Recharge of Multilayer Dupi Tila Aquifer Beneath Mega City of Dhaka Using Stable Isotopes and Chemistry, BangladeshMazeda Islam, Belgium; Thomas Hermans, Belgium; Marc van Camp, Belgium; Md. Mizanur Rahman Sarker, Belgium; Md. Abdul Quaiyum Bhuiyan, Bangladesh; Nasir Ahmed, Bangladesh; Md. Masud Karim, Bangladesh; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium

169. Integrated Geophysical and Hydrochemical Approach To Water Quality Assessment In Coastal Aquifers of Southwest BangladeshMd Mizanur Rahman Sarker, Belgium; Thomas Hermans, Belgium; Marc van Camp, Belgium; Delwar Hossain, Bangladesh; Mazeda Islam, Belgium; Nasir Ahmed, Bangladesh; Md. Masud Karim, Bangladesh; Md. Abdul Quaiyum Bhuiyan, Bangladesh; Mohammad Zohir Uddin, Bangladesh; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium

314. Investigating Groundwater Recharge Under Small Surfacer Water Reservoirs In Crystalline Bedrock Environments : Case of Kierma Dam (burkina Faso) Apolline Bambara, Belgium; Mahamadi Zound, Burkina Faso; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Joel Otten, Belgium; Francis Guyon, Belgium; Eric Hallot, Belgium; Serge Brouyere, Belgium  

106. Spatial and Temporal Groundwater Budget Calibration At The Regional-Catchment Scale Using Remotely Sensed Data: Thur River, SwitzerlandNicole Burri, Switzerland; Christian Moeck, Switzerland; Mario Schirmer, Switzerland  

174. A Framework For Targeting Mitigation Measures To Reduce Pesticide Impacts On WaterGisela Quaglia, Belgium; Ingeborg Joris, Belgium; Steven Broekx, Belgium; Piet Seuntjens, Belgium

176. Apsugis : A Gis-Based Interface For Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment and Risk MappingCaroline Thomas, Belgium; Fabien Dollé, Belgium; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Popescu Ileana Cristina, Belgium; Patrick Engels, Belgium; Alain Dassargues, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium   

191. Groundwater Chemistry and Sustainability of Upper Kliti River Catchment, Northwestern EthiopiaAlemu Yenehun Beyene, Belgium; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium

199. Groundwater Quality of Infranz Catchment Springs, Lake Tana Basin (ethiopia), As A Key To Management of Their Sustainable DevelopmentFenta Nigate, Belgium; Marc van Camp, Belgium; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium

237. 3d Finite Element Modelling of The Effect of Additional Pumping In and Nearby A Large Limestone Aquifer Resource That Is Sometimes OverexploitedThierry Duren, Belgium; Julien Peret, Belgium; Vincent Dardenne, Belgium; Olivier Bouhon, Belgium

241. Etat Des Nappes d'Eau Souterraine de La WallonieFrancis Delloye, Belgium; Johan Derouane, Belgium; Roland Masset, Belgium; Philippe Meus, Belgium; Cristina Popescu, Belgium; Samantha Rekk, Belgium; Céline Rentier, Belgium; Olivier Roufosse, Belgium; Véronique Willame, Belgium; Stéphanie Zaros, Belgium  

308. Predicting Polluted Regions Within Aquifers From Leaky Sewer NetworksKaren Lorena Rojas Gómez, Germany; Christian Engelmann, Germany; Martin Binder, Germany; Afshin Sadeghikhah, Germany; Marc Walther, Germany

312. The Relationship Between On-Site Sanitation Density and Shallow Groundwater Quality: Evidence From Remote Sensing and In Situ Observations In Dakar, SenegalMor Tallaa Diaw, Senegal; Seynabou Cisse, Senegal; Richard Taylor, United Kingdom; Cheikh Becaye Gaye, Senegal; Seydou Niang, Senegal; Luiza Cintra Campos, United Kingdom

313. Characterising The Hydraulic Properties of Quaternary Sands Attenuating Faecal Effluent In The Thiaroye Aquifer of Dakar Using Pedo-Transfer FunctionsAbdoulaye Pouye, Senegal; Seynabou Cissé Faye, Senegal; Mathias Diedhiou, Senegal; Cheikh Becaye Gaye, Senegal  


Keynote n°06 Gudrun Massmann (Uni Oldenburg, Germany) : Dynamic interfaces and their influence on groundwater biogeochemistry  



A 500

S02b Diffuse pollution of groundwater from geogenic to anthropogenic origins

261. Invited Talk : Drinking Water Contracts, A New Approach In The Walloon Region of Belgium To Preserve and Protect The GroundwaterNicolas Triolet, Belgium; Marine Pommier, Belgium  

69. Combined Impact of Geological Materials and Molecules Properties On Pesticides and Metabolites Transfer In AquifersNicole Baran, France; Pauline Sidoli, France; Patrick Ollivier, France

78. Increase of Arsenic In Production Wells In The Formation of Diest, BelgiumAlexander Vandenbohede, Belgium  

143. Natural Exceedance of Drinking Water Standards In Spring Water From Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, UsaDavid Kreamer, United States  

86. Geogenic Groundwater Pollution In Volcanic Rock Aquifer Systems On The Eastern, Western and Northern Flanks of Mount Meru, Tanzania – Special Reference To FluorideGeorge Bennett, Belgium; Stefanie Rombaut, Belgium; Jill van Reybrouck, Belgium; Ceven Shemsanga, Tanzania; Mary Kisaka, Belgium; Ines Tomašek, Belgium; Karen Fontijn, Belgium; Matthieu Kervyn, Belgium; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium



A 500

S02b Diffuse pollution of groundwater from geogenic to anthropogenic origins

221. Co-Existance of Industrial-Derived Contaminant Plumes & Municipal Water Supply Wells In Fractured Sedimentary RockBeth L. Parker, Canada; Joanna Olesiuk, Canada; Carlos Maldaner, Canada; Ramon Aravena, Canada; John Cherry, Canada  

196. Biogeochemical Origin of Arsenic In Groundwater From The Loire Valley Miocene FormationHugues Thouin, France; Maïté Bueno, France; Aude Naveau, France; Lise Cary, France; Catherine Joulian, France; Justine Briais, France; Thomas Klinka, France; Mickael Charron, France; Fabienne Battaglia-Brunet, France  

222. Geogenic Footprints In The Groundwaters of Uganda: A National-Scale AnalysisMichael Owor, Uganda; Richard G. Taylor, United Kingdom; Andrew Muwanga, Uganda; Callist Tindimugaya, Uganda  

255. Petrological Factors Controlling The Geogenic Origin of High Fluoride Concentrations In Precambrian Aquifers of Central Benin, Western AfricaYao Yélidji Joël Tossou, Tunisia; Soulémana Yessoufou, Benin; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Jacqueline Vander Auwera, Belgium; Moussa Boukari, Benin; Serge Brouyère, Belgium  

257. Geogenic Arsenic Mobilisation To Groundwater From Glauconitic Sand Formations: Geologic Origin, Geochemical Controls and Possible Solutions For Drinking Water ProductionNiels Hartog, Netherlands; Jelle van Sijl, Netherlands; Hugo van den Berg, Netherlands; Teun van Dooren, Netherlands  

44. Unraveling Geological Control On Geochemical Processes In Two Contrasting Sites Under Agriculture ActivitiesRamon Aravena, Canada; Nicolo Colombali, Italy; Micol Mastrocicco, Italy  


A 300

S04 Groundwater quality at interfaces112. Disaggregating Landscape-Scale Nitrogen AttenuationJames Jawitz, United States; Michael Annable, United States

246. Indications For Groundwater Recharge and Flow In A Periglacial Environment, Deduced From Chemistry, Noble Gases and Isotopes In Groundwater of The Ledo-Paniselian Aquifer In BelgiumKristine Walraevens, Belgium; Petra Blaser, Switzerland; Werner Aeschbach, Germany; Marc van Camp, Belgium

72. Legacy of Arsenic Contamination In A Coastal Aquifer Below A Fertilizer PlantChiara Sbarbati, Italy; Nicolò Colombani, Italy; Stefania Passaretti, Italy; Alyssa Barron, Australia; Maurizio Barbieri, Italy; Micòl Mastrocicco, Italy; Marco Petitta, Italy

156. Potential Uses of Pumped Urban Groundwater: A Case Study In Sant Adrià Del Besòs (barcelona, Ne Spain) Anna Jurado, Germany; Enric Vázquez-Suñé, Spain; Estanislao Pujades, Germany  

202. Temperature Dependent Redox Zonation, Nitrate Removal and Attenuation of Organic Micropollutants During Bank FiltrationMatthias Munz, Germany; Isolde Barkow, Germany; Sascha Oswald, Germany

243. Groundwater Inflow In Rivers As A Controlling Factor To Surface Water Nitrate Concentrations and Impact of Groundwater Age Distribution On Response Times For Remediation StrategiesMarc van Camp, Belgium; Jeroen de Waele, Belgium; Stefaan de Neve, Belgium; Kristine, Belgium

Wednesday, 11 September 2019


Keynote n°07 Daniel Hunkeler (Uni Neuchâtel, Switzerland) : Advances in isotope methods for characterizing the fate of pollutants in groundwater (A 500)


S05a Advanced and new techniques for characterizing groundwater quality, pollutant fate and subsurface systems, part 1 : monitoring, fluxes... (A 500)

97. Invited Talk : Perspective On Advanced Site Characterisation TechniquesFrederic Cosme, Australia; Joe Duran, Australia; Tamie Weaver, Australia; Camillo Coladonato, Australia  

111. Innovative Contaminant Mass Flux Monitoring In An Aquifer Subject To Tidal EffectsPierre Jamin, Belgium; Frédéric Cosme, Australia; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Ken de Greene, Australia; Serge Brouyère, Belgium  

121. Real-Time Indication of Faecally Contaminated Drinking Water With Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Towards Understanding The CausationJames Sorensen, United Kingdom; Dan Olago, Kenya; Japhet Kanoti, Kenya; Cheikh Gaye, Senegal; Seynabou Cisse Faye, Senegal; Abdoulaye Faye, Senegal; Michael Owor, Uganda; Jacintha Nayebare, Uganda; Robinah Kulabako, Uganda; Dan Lapworth, United Kingdom 206. 2019 Munn etal GQ Presentation vf 

170. High Resolution Site Characterization of Cvoc Contaminated SoilWim Vansina, Belgium; Pieter Buffel, Belgium; Samuel van Herreweghe, Belgium; Mark van Straaten, Belgium

206. Efficiently Measuring Depth-Discrete Natural Gradient Flow Rates In A Bedrock Aquifer Using Active Distributed Temperature SensingJonathan Munn, Canada; Carlos Maldaner, Canada; Thomas Coleman, United States; Beth Parker, Canada  


Keynote n°08 Frederic Nguyen (Uni Liège, Belgium) : Innovation in near-surface geophysics: going beyond standard "stand-alone" imaging surveys   (A 500)


S05a Advanced and new techniques for characterizing groundwater quality, pollutant fate and subsurface systems, part 1 : monitoring, fluxes... (A 500)

211. Invited Talk: Mass Flux Measurement In Groundwater: Iflux Technology, Application & PracticesGoedele Verreydt, Belgium; Niels van Putte, Belgium; Erik Bosmans, Belgium; Tim Op 'T Eyndt, Belgium  

213. Temporary Deployment of Sensors: A Cost-Effective Approach For High Resolution Spatial and Temporal Assessment of Hydraulic Conditions In A Fractured Bedrock BoreholesPeeter Pehme, Canada; Beth Parker, Canada; Jessica Meyer, United States  

94. Dissolved Gas, Heat and Cold Water As Innovative Smart Tracers For Transport Heterogeneity Characterisation In Fractured MediaRichard Hoffmann, Belgium; Pascal Goderniaux, Belgium; Alain Dassargues, Belgium

216. Optimal Hydrogeological Conditions For Phytoscreening In Sites With Chloroethenes Contaminations In GroundwaterCarlotta Leoncini, Italy; Maria Filippini, Italy; Alessandro Gargini, Italy

242. The Application of Passive Sampling To Monitoring of Plant Protection Substances and Pharmaceuticals In Ground WaterJasperien de Weert, Netherlands; Foppe Smedes, Czech Republic  

91. Experimental Automated Measures and Modelling of Co2 Flows From Soils To AtmosphereIsabelle Delsarte, France; Grégory Cohen, France; Marian Momtbrun, France; Olivier Atteia, France  


Poster session 3 (S02c + S03 + S05a-b-c)132. Risk Assessment of Underground Storage CavitiesJane Oakeshott, United Kingdom; Sonia Devons, United Kingdom; Andrew Sykes, United Kingdom

136. Contribution of Geostatistical Estimation Techniques To The Characterization of The Water Quality of The Albian Groundwater In The Mzab Region (south Algerian) Abla Hadj Brahim, Algeria; Mansour Achour, Algeria

247. Arsenic and Manganese Contamination of Groundwater In Punjab Plain, Pakistan – Effects of Water-Rock InteractionMitsuo Yoshida, Japan; Mirza Naseer Ahmad, Pakistan  

273. Trouble In The Water: Using Hydro-Geochemical Vectoring To Identify Subsurface PhenomenaSean Wheeler, Ireland; Tiernan Henry, Ireland; John Murray, Ireland; Liam Morrison, Ireland; Frank McDermott, Ireland

29. Comparison of Depth-Specific Groundwater Sampling TechniquesGeorg Houben, Germany; Paul Koeniger, Germany; Stefan Schloemer, Germany; Jens Gröger-Trampe, Germany; Jürgen Sültenfuß, Germany

162. Analysis of Temperature'S Time Series For Understanding The Fluvial Effect On Groundwater: Application To A Regional Managed Acquifer Recharge Pilot SiteMara Meggiorin, Italy; Giulia Passadore, Italy; Silvia Bertoldo, Italy; Andrea Sottani, Italy; Andrea Rinaldo, Switzerland

34. An Innovative Use of Acoustic Televiewer For Characterizing The Preferential Flow Paths In Fractured Rock Aquifer SystemsPo-Yi Chou, Taiwan; Hung-Chieh Lo, Taiwan; Po-Jui Chen, Taiwan; Chien-Chung Ke, Taiwan  

47. Integration of Hydrogeological and Multi-Isotopic Analysis Together With Specific Microbiological Markers For Nitrates Source IdentificationNuria Micola, Spain; Teresa Garrido, Spain; Elisenda Balleste, Spain; Anicet R. Blanch, Spain; Raul Carrey, Spain; Francisco Lucena, Spain; Antoni Munne, Spain; Neus Otero, Spain; Joan Sola, Spain  

105. Passive Samplers As Tools For Better Understanding The Behavior of Pollutants In GroundwatersGabriel Billon, France; Melinda George, France; Aurélie Bouvet, France; Jean-Noël Ottenwaelder, France; Emmanuel Bugner, France; Ludovic Lesven, France; Lise Cary, France; Miléna Walaszek, France; Justine Criquet, France  

113. Field Scale Mass Discharge Measurements From A Controlled Solute PlumePierre Jamin, Belgium; Serge Brouyere, Belgium  

123. Direct Velocity Tool : A New Device For Darcy Flux and Indirect Mass Flux Measurement - Laboratory and Field ExperimentsElyess Essouayed, France; Michael D. Annable, United States; Marian Momtbrun, France; Olivier Atteia, France  

120. Soil and Groundwater Visualization Tool For Spills In The Niger Delta: Lorax-NigeriaJonathan Smith, United Kingdom; Matthijs Bonte, United Kingdom

183. Detecting Micro-Organic Contaminants In Groundwater By Use of Passive SamplingAnja Koroša, Slovenia; Nina Mali, Slovenia; Primož Auersperger, Slovenia

187. Groundwater Quality Hazard Maps As Tools For Risk-Based Decision-MakingMichael Berg, Switzerland; Anja Bretzler, Switzerland; Joel Podgorski, Switzerland

218. Preferential Groundwater Flow Characterization In Poorly Cemented Sandstone To Optimize Remediation StrategyCarlos Maldaner, Canada; Jonathan Munn, Canada; Bradley Green, United States; Samuel Warner, United States; Steven Chapman, Canada; Beth Parker, Canada; Andrew Ashton, United States; Linda Daubert, United States

22. Long-Term Traceability of Surface Water Infiltration Into A Low Permeable Sandstone Aquifer Using GadoliniumUwe Boester, Germany; Thomas R. Rüde, Germany

68. Tracing Groundwater Recharge Processes Using δ18o and δ2h In The Kisumu Aquifer, KenyaJaphet Kanoti, Kenya; Daniel Olago, Kenya; Norbert Opiyo, Kenya; Christopher Nyamai, Kenya; Richard Taylor, United Kingdom; Simeon Dulo, Kenya

84. Virtual Experiments To Assess Opportunities and Pitfalls of Csia In Physical-Chemical Heterogeneous AquifersHéloïse Thouement, Netherlands; Boris van Breukelen, Netherlands

133. Approach Using Stable Isotopes and Conservative Tracers To Elucidate The Mixing Model of Waters From Different Sources In The Thiaroye Aquifer: Implication On The Quantification of Pollutant Loads From Different Sources.Edgar Yvon Terence Benam-Beltoungou Edgar Yvon Terence, Senegal; Serigne Serigne Faye, Senegal

153. Isotopic Constraints On The Fate of Phosphate In Agricultural CatchmentsDomiziana Cristini, Germany; Kay Knöller, Germany  

160. Benefits of Push-Pull Tests To Obtain Insights In The Biogeochemical Processes Governing Water Quality Changes During Managed Aquifer RechargeBoris van Breukelen, Netherlands; Emiel Kruisdijk, Netherlands; Risalat Rafiq, Bangladesh

244. Benzene Degradation In Contaminated Aquifers: Triggering Natural Attenuation By Injecting NitrateChristin Müller, Germany; Carsten Vogt, Germany; Reiner Stollberg, Germany; Rico Lucas, Germany; Sabine Kleinsteuber, Germany; Hans-Hermann Richnow, Germany; Ralf Trabitzsch, Germany; Holger Weiß, Germany; Kay Knöller, Germany

110. O&g Portfolio - Diligent and Efficient Environmental AssessmentEric Dondaine, France  

115. Analyzing Groundwater Quality Data and Contamination Plumes With Gwsdat – New DevelopmentsMatthijs Bonte, Netherlands; Wayne Jones, United Kingdom; Marnie Low, United Kingdom; Ludger Evers, United Kingdom; Adrian Bowman, United Kingdom  

146. Field-Scale Demonstration of The Sediment Bed Passive Fluxmeter: A Passive Approach To Quantifying Vertical Mass Fluxes Through Interfacial SedimentsScott Augustine, United States; Michael Annable, United States; Jaehyun Cho, United States

210. Designing of A Monitoring System For Remediation of A Brownfield AreaKonstantinos Tsakirmpaloglou, Greece; Thierry Martin, Belgium; Aude Devalckeneer, Belgium; Marie-Eve, Belgium; Olivier Kaufmann, Belgium; Pascal Goderniaux, Belgium

217. Improved Assessment of Hydrological Processes On Catchment Scale Using A New Towed Groundbased Tem SystemRasmus R. Frederiksen, Denmark; Troels N. Vilhelmsen, Denmark; Anders V. Christiansen, Denmark; Esben Auken, Denmark  

235. Integration of Proxy Data For Understanding Co2-Rich Mineral Groundwater In The Ardennes Region (southeast of Belgium) Agathe Defourny, Belgium; Thomas Kremer, France; Arnaud Collignon, Belgium; Patrick Jobé, Belgium; Frédéric Nguyen, Belgium; Alain Dassargues, Belgium  

262. Dynamic Groundwater Recharge Rates Determined With Soil Moisture From Cosmic-Ray Neutron SensingLena M. Scheiffele, Germany; Matthias Munz, Germany; Gabriele Baroni, Germany; Sascha E. Oswald, Germany  

270. Developing Biosensors To Measure The Bioavailability of Heavy Metals In The Remediation of Contaminated SoilBastian Saputra, United Kingdom; Stephen Rolfe, United Kingdom; Steven Thornton, United Kingdom

309. A Multiscale Groundwater Flow Modelling For Assessment of The Effect of Managed Aquifer Recharge From An Infiltration Basin In The Mzab Valley – North AfricaAli Taleb Bahmed, Algeria; Youcef Hakimi, Belgium; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium; Souad Bouzid-Lagha, Algeria  



Keynote n°09 Henning Prommer (CSIRO & UWA, Australia) : Process-based modelling of arsenic fate and remediation: From the lab- towards the field-scale   (A 500)


A 500

S05b Advanced and new techniques for characterizing groundwater quality, pollutant fate and subsurface systems, part 2 : isotopes, tracers…

173. Multi-Element Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis To Evaluate Degradation Processes At A Site Contaminated With A Complex Contaminant MixtureJeremy Zimmermann, Switzerland; Steven Chapman, Canada; Beth Parker, Canada; Philipp Wanner, Switzerland; Ramon Aravena, Canada; Flavia Isenschmid, Switzerland; Daniel Hunkeler, Switzerland

21. Using Gadolinium As Environmental Tracer For Groundwater-Surface Water InteractionUwe Boester, Germany; Thomas R. Rüde, Germany  

236. Inspiration Talk : Effects of The Hydrogeochemical Stratification On The Distribution of Ghgs Concentrations and Their Production/consumption Processes In GroundwaterOlha Nikolenko, Belgium; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Cedric Morana, Belgium; Alberto Borges, Belgium; Pierre Jamin, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium  

37. Isotopes and Noble Gases Investigation of Souss-Massa Aquifer, Morocco.Mohammed Hssaisoune, Morocco; Lhoussaine Bouchaou, Morocco; Michael Kraml, Germany

159. Inspiration Talk : Integrative Isotope Techniques To Evaluate The Fate and Transport of Nitrogen In An Alpine Foothill CatchmentIzabela Bujak, Germany; Christin Müller, Germany; Ralf Merz, Germany; Kay Knöller, Germany  

194. Isotope Tracer Investigations of Arsenic-Affected Crystalline Bedrock Aquifers In Semi-Arid West AfricaAnja Bretzler, Switzerland; Lucien Stolze, Denmark; Julien Nikiema, Burkina Faso; Elaheh Ghadiri, Switzerland; Franck Lalanne, Burkina Faso; Matthias Brennwald, Switzerland; Massimo Rolle, Denmark; Mario Schirmer, Switzerland  



A 300

S07 Groundwater flow and reactive transport processes and modelling, including the impacts of heterogeneity

27. Invited Talk : How Informative Are Single Well Tracing Experiments? An Assessment Using Bayesian Evidential Learning Thomas Hermans, Belgium; Guillaume de Schepper, Belgium; Nolwenn Lesparre, France; Tanguy Robert, Belgium  

28. On The Propagation of Reaction Fronts In Aquifers – The Bourtanger Moor Sites Revisited After 20 YearsGeorg Houben, Germany; Jens Gröger-Trampe, Germany; Paul Koeniger, Germany; Vincent Post, Germany; Jürgen Sültenfuß, Germany  

A 500 S05b Advanced and new techniques for characterizing groundwater quality, pollutant fate and subsurface systems, part 2 : isotopes, tracers…

304. Applying Stable Isotope Analysis To Track Aerobic Degradation of Tce In Contaminated GroundwaterAnat Bernstein, Israel; Almog Gafni, Israel; Faina Gelman, Israel; Christina Lihl, Germany; Martin Elsner, Germany

195. Hydrochemical and Isotopic Characterization of Groundwater Discharging At Seeps Along Mountain Bedrock Slopes Informing Tce Transport To ReceptorsAmanda Pierce, Canada; Ramon Aravena, Canada; John Cherry, Canada; Beth Parker, Canada

103. Co2- Water-Rock Interaction: Implication For Natural Co2 Analogue In The Wonchi System; Ethiopia.Hassen Shube Sheko, Ethiopia; Seifu Kebede, Ethiopia; Kristine Walraevens , Belgium  

252. Inspiration Talk : Quantification of Nitrate Reduction Potential and Kinetics of Soil Samples Obtained From Sandy AquifersAlexandra Giber, Germany; Jonas Hädeler, Germany; Vera Klement, Germany; Anne-Marie Zieschang, Germany; Christine Kübeck, Germany; Christoph Schüth, Germany  

249. Fluorescence Techniques To Assess The Immediate Vulnerability of Ground-WaterworksPhilippe Meus, Belgium  


A 300 S07 Groundwater flow and reactive transport processes and modelling, including the impacts of heterogeneity

224. Obtaining Site-Derived Parameters Supporting Dfm Transport Modeling In Fractured Sedimentary RockBeth Parker, Canada; Patryk Quinn, Canada; Kenley Bairos, Canada; Steven Chapman, Canada; Kenneth Walton, Canada  

198. Using Steady State Transport Model To Simulate Groundwater Age and Age Tracer BreakthroughOlivier Atteia, France; Henning Prommer, Australia  

63. Field and Numerical Experiments of An Urban Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage SystemGuillaume de Schepper, Belgium; Pierre-Yves Bolly, Belgium; Ludovico Ivan Sanasi, Belgium; Tanguy Robert, Belgium  

298. Transport and Reactivity of Dissolved Oxygen In A Fractured AquiferCamille Bouchez, France; Thierry Labasque, France; Ivan Osorio, France; Nicolas Lavenant, France; Julien Farasin, France; Olivier Bour, France; Laurent Longuevergne, France; Tanguy Le Borgne, France  

122. Strategy of A Contaminant Source Localisation With Inverse Modeling and Innovative MeasurementElyess Essouayed, France; Olivier Atteia, France  

35. Some Recent Achievements To Simulate Multi-Phase Multi-Component Lnapl Dynamics and Recovery In The SubsurfaceKaveh Sookhak Lari, Australia; John L Rayner, Australia; Greg B Davis, Australia

Thursday, 12 September 2019


Keynote n°10 Paul Van Riet (Dow Chemicals, Netherlands) : The Evolution of Remediation Technologies   (A 500)


S08 Existing and future trends in groundwater remediation, co-organized with NICOLE (A 500)

108. Influence of Sulfate Reduction and Biogenic Reactive Minerals On Long-Term Prb Performance In A Sulfate Rich, High Flow AquiferMichael Mueller, Austria; Josephine Molin, United States  

55. A Decade of Large-Scale Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination; The Evolution In The Usage and Evaluation of A High-Volume Controlled-Release Electron Donor SubstrateKris Maerten, Belgium; Gareth Leonard, United Kingdom  

79. Field Trials of Chaotic Advection To Enhance Reagent DeliveryMichelle S. Cho, Canada; Felipe Solano, Canada; Neil R. Thomson, Canada; Michael G. Trefry, Australia; Daniel R. Lester, Australia; Guy Metcalfe, Australia  

208. Future In-Situ Groundwater Remediation Trends In EmeaJames Baldock, United Kingdom  

282. Thermal Remediation As A First Step To A Nature-Based SolutionEllen Caroline Puglia Leite, Brazil; Fábio Minzon Rodrigues, Brazil; Mirian Chieko Shinzato, Brazil; Juliana Gardenalli de Freitas, Brazil  




Poster session 4 (S7 + S8 + S10 + S11)38. Analytical Model For Multispecies Transport Undergoing Both Kinetically-Controlled Reversible Linear Sorption and Simultaneous Degradations In Both The Dissolved and Sorbed PhasesJui-Sheng Chen, Taiwan; Ching-Ping Liang, Taiwan

65. Are Simple Floodplains Actually Complex? If So, do We Need To Care?Jonas Allgeier, Germany; Olaf Cirpka, Germany; Michael Finkel, Germany  


89. Mthp: Coupling Phreeqc To Mt3d-Usgs For Reactive TransportBertrand Leterme, Belgium; Cas Neyens, Belgium; Marijke Huysmans, Belgium; Diederik Jacques, Belgium  

92. Simulating Variably-Saturated Solute Transport With A Coupled Hydrus - Mt3d-Usgs ToolCas Neyens, Belgium; Bertrand Leterme, Belgium; Diederik Jacques, Belgium; Marijke Huysmans, Belgium  

141. Numerical Modeling of Nitrates Pollution Transfer From Agricultural Activities To An Unconfined Aquifer Under Sub-Arid Climate: Moroccan Case Study.Brahim Ben Kabbour, Morocco; Lahcen Jabir, Morocco

149. Assessing The Use of Different State Variable Observations To Decrease Groundwater Flow Models Uncertainties: An Application To The Neogene Aquifer, Belgium.Alberto Casillas-Trasvina, Belgium; Bart Rogiers, Belgium; Koen Beerten, Belgium; Kristine Walraevens, Belgium; Laurent Wouters, Belgium  

150. A Catchment Scale Numerical Model To Investigate External Contamination SourcesLudovico Ivan Sanasi, Belgium; Marco Riboni, Belgium; Pierre-Yves Bolly, Belgium; Guillaume de Schepper, Belgium

161. Groundwater Flow and Reactive Transport Modelling For A Quantitative Assessment of Natural Abiotic Degradation of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane In A Belgian Chalky AquiferYoucef Boudjana, Belgium; Serge Brouyère, Belgium; Philippe Orban, Belgium; Davide Gasparella, Belgium; Alain Dassargues, Belgium  

163. Numerical Modelling Approach For Supporting Groundwater Management In An Industrial Complex In Bahia, BrazilRosialine Roedel, Brazil; Ekma Rodrigues, Brazil; Marcelo Sousa, Brazil; Jordon Werlang, Brazil; Eduardo Fontoura, Brazil  

184. Hydrochemical Indications of Natural Inter-Basin Groundwater Transfer From Tana Basin To Beles River Basin, Western EthiopiaAshebir Sewale Belay, Belgium

189. Modeling Water Flow and Transport Parameters of Selected Pharmaceuticals In A Gravel Unsaturated Zone With Hydrus-1dAnja Koroša, Slovenia; Mihael Brenčič, Slovenia; Nina Mali, Slovenia

209. The Dynamic Saltwater Interface and Implications For Groundwater DischargeBrady Evans, United States; Michael Annable, United States; James Jawitz, United States

238. Use of A Finite Element Model To Set Up A Complex Containment Plan For A Chemical Plant Uphill From Drinkable Water WellsThierry Duren, Belgium; Isidro Cocinas, Belgium; Vincent Dardenne, Belgium; Olivier Bouhon, Belgium; Julien Peret, Belgium

311. Pseudo-Online Optimization of High-Conductivity Structures From Multiple-Point StatisticsMaximilian Ramgraber, Switzerland; Matteo Camporese, Italy; Philippe Renard, Switzerland; Mario Schirmer , Switzerland

39. In Situ Chemical Oxidation To Enhance The Performance of An Air Sparging and Soil Vapour Extraction Treatment of Chlorinated Vocs In Glauconitic Sands On A Belgian SiteKarina Suy, Belgium; Diane Dries, Belgium  

51. Flowing Foam Reinforced With Polymers Or Particles: Application To Lnapl Pumping For Soil RemediationNatacha Forey, France; Olivier Atteia, France; Abdelaziz Omari, France; Henri Bertin, France  

53. New Combinations: Using Electron-Donor Substrates With Injectable Colloidal Activated Carbon To Achieve Stringent Targets On Chlorinated Solvent SitesMarcello Carboni, Italy; Gareth Leonard, United Kingdom; Kris Maerten, Belgium  

54. Out of Sight: Case Studies of Innovative In Situ Remediation Under Active Industrial Sites Across EuropePaola Goria, Italy; Kris Maerten, Belgium; Aurélien Triger, France; Gareth Leonard, United Kingdom  

70. Foam As A Blocking Agent To Enhance Remediation Efficiency In Heterogeneous Source Zones: Lessons From Three Field TestsOlivier Atteia, France; Clément Portois, Canada; Nathalie Guiserix, France; Antoine Joubert, France

73. Biological Anaerobic Degradation of Vocs Combined With Recirculated Groundwater HeatingMartin Slooijer, Netherlands; Rogier de Waele, Netherlands; Michela de Camillis, Netherlands  

95. Remediation and Its Evidence Represented On Long Term Monitoring Data At A Dnapls Contaminated Site, Wonju, KoreaSeong-Sun Lee, South Korea; Kang-Kun Lee, South Korea

114. Full-Scale Application of Ehc® Liquid Technology For The Iscr and Erd Treatment of An Aquifer Contaminated With Tetrachloromethane and ChloroformMichael Mueller, Austria; Alberto Leombruni, Italy; Linda Collina, Italy  

178. Highlighting and Reacting To An Unexpected Evolution of Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination: A Case Study In BelgiumSamuel Wildemeersch, Belgium; Maud Le Bel, Belgium

268. Immobilization of Cd, Pb and Zn In Soil Solution and Contaminated Soil Using Biochar To Improve Soil QualityRosa I. Soria, United Kingdom; Stephen A. Rolfe, United Kingdom; Steven F. Thornton, United Kingdom  

274. The Tip of The Iceberg, Learnings From Sustainable Remediation In South America, Ekos Brasil, Nicole Latin America and Sustrem 2018 Olivier Maurer, France; James Henderson, United States; Ana Moeri, Brazil  

93. Nszd Can Overcome Non 1-Dimensional Gas and Thermal Diffusion, Can The Practitioners and Their Methods? Manuel Martí, Spain; Amaya Sayas, Spain; Jonathon Smith, United States; Robert E. Sweeney, United States; Birgitta Beuthe, United Kingdom; Luis Barreales, Spain

158. Using Lnapl Thickness Temporal Variation To Determine Oil Content and Mobility At A Field SiteOlivier Atteia, France; Cédric Palmier, France; Gerhard Schäfer, France

167. Delineation of Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid Source Zone Geometries and Their Dependency On Fluid and Aquifer Properties Utilizing Numerical ModelingChristian Engelmann, Germany; Sharif Ibne Ibrahim, Germany; Prabhas Kumar Yadav, Germany; Peter Dietrich, Germany; Rudolf Liedl, Germany; Marc Walther, Germany

223. Abiotic Dechlorination of Chlorinated Ethene By Iron(ii) In Fractured RocksAlexander Haluska, Germany; Peter Grathwohl, Germany

116. Assessment of Natural Attenuation of Benzene As An Alternative To Hydraulic Containment At A Large Industrial FacilityMatthijs Bonte, Netherlands; Fatma Al-Manji, Netherlands; Tessa Halmans, Netherlands; Titus de Ruijter, Netherlands; Philip Visser, Netherlands; Arno Schreurs, Netherlands

118. Influence of Co-Contaminants On Aerobic Biodegradation Potential of Etbe In GroundwaterSteven Thornton, United Kingdom; Emma Mallinson, United Kingdom; Henry Nicholls, United Kingdom; Stephen Rolfe, United Kingdom; Michael Spence, Belgium; Jonathan Smith, Netherlands

212. Characterising Microorganisms and Genes Responsible For Aerobic Biodegradation of Etbe In GroundwaterEmma Mallinson, United Kingdom; Henry Nicholls, United Kingdom; Michael Spence, Belgium; Stephen Rolfe, United Kingdom; Steven Thornton, United Kingdom

154. Field Evidence Model: A Hierarchical Heterogeneous Structure For Subsurface Transport ModelingAlraune Zech, Netherlands; Sabine Attinger, Germany; Peter Dietrich, Germany; Georg Teutsch, Germany


Keynote n°11 Julie Konzuk (Geosyntec, Canada) : Challenges and Considerations for Assessing and Monitoring Natural Attenuation Mechanisms, Plume Persistence, and Treatment Durations at Megasites with Complex Chemistries and Heterogeneous Environments   (A 500)



S11 Natural attenuation of contaminants (A 500)

85. Spatio-Temporal Feedbacks Between Soil Contamination and Biotic Responses In Lnapl Zones Undergoing Natural Source Zone DepletionGeoffrey Puzon, Australia; Matthew Morgan, Australia; Melanie Bruckberger, Australia; Matthew Taylor, Australia; Jian-Wei Liu, Australia; Shoko Okada, Australia; Tom Walsh, Australia; Trevor Bastow, Australia; John Rayner, Australia; Greg Davis, Australia  

99. Influence of Exposure History and Aquifer Spatial Variability On Etbe Biodegradation Potential and Microbial Community Structure In GroundwaterHenry Nicholls, United Kingdom; Emma Mallinson, United Kingdom; Michael Spence, Belgium; Stephen Rolfe, United Kingdom; Steven Thornton, United Kingdom

124. Evolving Conceptual Models For Natural Source Zone Depletion: Methanogenesis, Gas Transport, and Sequenced BiodegradationGarg Sanjay, United States; Matthijs Bonte, Netherlands; Jonathan Smith, United Kingdom  

148. Fate and Bioeffects of Oxyhydrocarbons At A Crude Oil Spill SiteBarbara Bekins, United States; Isabelle Cozzarelli, United States; Jared Trost, United States; David Podgorski, United States; Phoebe Zito, United States; Jennifer McGuire, United States; Dalma Martinovic-Weigelt, United States; Neil Terry, United States  

185. Development of Methods, Tools and Models For The Assessment of Lnapl Natural Source Zone Depletion At Hydrocarbon Impacted SitesIan Hers, Canada; Anwen Hughes, United Kingdom; Anne Wozney, Canada

Partagez cette page