Combining Geoelectrical Measurements and CO2 Analyses to Monitor the Enhanced Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soils: A Field Implementation

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Noel, Cécile; Gourry, Jean-Christophe; Deparis, Jacques; Blessing, Michaela; Ignatiadis, Ioannis; Guimbaud, Christophe;
  • Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
  • Journal: Applied and Environmental Soil Science (issn: 1687-7667, eissn: 1687-7675)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1155/2016/1480976
  • Subject: S1-972 | [SDU]Sciences of the Universe [physics] | GE1-350 | Agriculture (General) | [ SDU ] Sciences of the Universe [physics] | Environmental sciences | Article Subject

International audience; Hydrocarbon-contaminated aquifers can be successfully remediated through enhanced biodegradation. However, in situ monitoring of the treatment by piezometers is expensive and invasive and might be insufficient as the information provided is restr... View more
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