Integrated Field Scale, Lab Scale, and Modeling Studies for Improving Our Ability to Assess the Groundwater to Indoor Air Pathway at Chlorinated Solvent Impacted Groundwater Sites
Technical Report,29 Sep 2009,30 Dec 2014
ARIZONA STATE UNIV TEMPE TEMPE United States
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This study focused on improving our ability to confidently assess the groundwater to indoor air vapor intrusion VI pathway at chlorinated solvent-impacted groundwater plume sites. Federal, state, and local agency guidance has evolved toward multiple-lines-of-evidence-based approaches that involve indoor air, sub-slab soil gas, deeper soil gas, groundwater, and soil sampling in combination with empirical analysis and screening-level modeling. Of these, indoor air data tend to be most heavily weighted in decision-making.
- Organic Chemistry
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Water Pollution and Control