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Transport Model Sensitivity for Soil Cleanup Level Determinations Using SESOIL and AT123D in Context of the California Leaking Underground Fuel Tank Field Manual

Journal of Soil Contamination, 1(2):159-182 (1992) Joseph E. Odencrantz, et al.

Passive to Active Tie-In for Soil Gas Surveys: Improved Technique for Source-Area, Spatial Variability, Remediation-Monitoring, and Vapor-Intrusion Assessment

Odencrantz, J.E., and H. O`Neill. 2009. The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 19., No. 2, Spring Issue, pp. 71-83.

Sustainable, Low-Profile Investigation Technique Finds Numerous Contaminant Sources: Bronx Borough, New York City Example

Odencrantz, J.E. and H. O`Neill. 2010. Proceedings of the Battelle Seventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May 24-27, Battelle Memorial Institute.

Use of CSIA to Distinguish Between Vapor Intrusion and Indoor Sources of VOCs

McHugh, T., K. Gorder, T. Kuder, R. Philp, S. Fiorenza, H. O`Neill and J.Odencrantz. 2010. Air & Waste Management Association Vapor Intrusion 2010 Conference, September 29-30, Chicago, Illinois.

Innovative, Non-Intrusive Passive Soil Gas Collection Device Maps Large Carbon Tetrachloride Plume at the DOE Hanford Site, Washington

O`Neill, H.S., J.E. Odencrantz, W. Bratton and K. Moser. 2010. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Waste Management Conference, WM2010, presented by WM Symposia, Session 72. Phoenix Convention Center, March 7-11.

Modeling Nitrogen Dynamics in a Soil Column with Reclaimed Water: Okinawa, Japan Application

W.K.C.N. Dayanthi, Takayuki Shigematsu, Hiroaki Tanaka, Naoyuki Yamashita and Joseph E. Odencrantz