Cleaning up the large number of groundwater contamination sites is a significant and complex environmental challenge. The environmental industry is continuously looking for remediation methods that are both effective and cost-efficient. Over the past 10 years there have been amazing, important developments in our understanding of key attenuation processes and technologies for evaluating natural attenuation processes, and a changing institutional perspective on when and where Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) may be applied. Despite these advances, restoring groundwater contaminated by anthropogenic sources to allow for unrestricted use continues to be a challenge. Because of a complex mix of physical, chemical, and biological constraints associated with active in-situ cleanup technologies, there has been a long standing focus on understanding natural processes that attenuate groundwater contaminant plumes.
Natural Attenuation of Groundwater Contaminants: New Paradigms, Technologies, and Applicationsライス大学（Rice University）
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It could be a little bit difficult for people without a basic background but the instructors are well-knowledged and cool.
This course is very informative and very good for environmental engineers . It gives the insight of the natural attenuation of groundwater.
As a bignner, this course give me a detailed overview of the subject. Insights from the eminent professors and industrial experts have enriched the theoretical and experimental aspect of the topic.
Amazing course. As a chemical engineering graduate, it felt good to hear very familiar terms as well as learn new ones.