Authors: Murphy, P.J.; Lowry, G.V
Reference: Murphy, P.J.; Lowry, G.V. 2006. PCBs in Freshwater and Marine Sediments: Transport, Transformation, and Treatment. Symposia Papers Presented Before the Division of Environmental Chemistry, American Chemical Society
Summary: Traditional methods, such as particle broadcasting, can not accurately deploy thin layers of high sorption materials, such as: soil, coke, or activated carbon. Therefore, the use of a reactive core mat was used to lay down a thin-layer of these materials at the Anacostia field demonstration. Sorption and hydrodynamic properties of the materials were quantified to be applied to sites contaminated with PCBs.
What You Will Find Here: Introduction p. 2, Materials and Methods p. 3, Conclusions p.7