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Groundwater

Natural Attenuaton: Is Dilution the Solution?
LUSTLINE Bulletin 40, March 2002, Pages 8-12. Joseph E. Odencrantz, Mark D. Varijen and Richard Vogl

Extensive Database from Over 500 Sites and Three Years Allows Examination and Interpretation of Groundwater MtBE Plumes in Southern California
Division of Environmental Chemistry, Inc., American Chemical Society. Preprints of Extended Abstracts Presented at the 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-30, 2000, Vol 40. No. 1., pp 225-228. Joseph E. Odencrantz

Hydrogeologic Characterization of Coralline Limestone Aquifer at Industrial Facility in the Hawaiian Islands
Presented at Pacific Basin Conference on Hazardous Waste, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 8-12, 1993. Joseph E. Odencrantz

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.

Application of Passive Soil Gas Technology to Determine the Source and Extent of a PCE Groundwater Plume in an Urban Environment
Clarke, J.N., D. Goodwin, H.O`Neill and Odencrantz, J.E.. 2008. The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 18., No. 4, pp. 55-62.

Indoor Air

An Evaluation of the Performance of Multiple Passive Diffusion Devices for Indoor Air Sampling of VOCs
Odencrantz, J.E., S. C. Thornley and H. O`Neill. 2009., The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Vol. 19, No. 4, Inc., pp. 63-72.
Cited as authority on page 92 in the June 2015 Final USEPA Guidance Document on Vapor Intrusion Sources to Indoor Air. Notable quote from page 92 “Passive samplers are also capable of being deployed for longer durations than evacuated canisters, thereby providing a more economic means of obtaining average indoor air concentrations over longer periods of exposure.”

Residential Vapor Intrusion Evaluation: Long Duration Passive Sampling v. Short Duration Active Sampling
Odencrantz, J.E., S.J. Steinmacher, H. O`Neill, J.D. Case and P.C. Johnson. 2008., The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 18., No. 4, pp. 49-54.
Cited as authority on page 92 in the June 2015 Final USEPA Guidance Document on Vapor Intrusion Sources to Indoor Air. Notable quote from page 92 “Passive samplers are also capable of being deployed for longer durations than evacuated canisters, thereby providing a more economic means of obtaining average indoor air concentrations over longer periods of exposure.

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.

Passive Soil Gas

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.

Application of Passive Soil Gas Technology to Determine the Source and Extent of a PCE Groundwater Plume in an Urban Environment
Clarke, J.N., D. Goodwin, H.O`Neill and Odencrantz, J.E.. 2008. The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 18., No. 4, pp. 55-62.

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.

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.

Surface Water

Tracking of Release and Remediation Progress from Large Pipeline Break East of Dallas, Texas: Protection of Lake Tawakoni Water Supply
J. E. Odencrantz. 2006. The Journal of REMEDIATION, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Vol. 16., No. 4, pp. 57-70.

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

Vapor Intrusion

An Evaluation of the Performance of Multiple Passive Diffusion Devices for Indoor Air Sampling of VOCs
Odencrantz, J.E., S. C. Thornley and H. O`Neill. 2009., The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Vol. 19, No. 4, Inc., pp. 63-72.
Cited as authority on page 92 in the June 2015 Final USEPA Guidance Document on Vapor Intrusion Sources to Indoor Air. Notable quote from page 92 “Passive samplers are also capable of being deployed for longer durations than evacuated canisters, thereby providing a more economic means of obtaining average indoor air concentrations over longer periods of exposure.”

Residential Vapor Intrusion Evaluation: Long Duration Passive Sampling v. Short Duration Active Sampling
Odencrantz, J.E., S.J. Steinmacher, H. O`Neill, J.D. Case and P.C. Johnson. 2008., The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 18., No. 4, pp. 49-54.
Cited as authority on page 92 in the June 2015 Final USEPA Guidance Document on Vapor Intrusion Sources to Indoor Air. Notable quote from page 92 “Passive samplers are also capable of being deployed for longer durations than evacuated canisters, thereby providing a more economic means of obtaining average indoor air concentrations over longer periods of exposure.”

Application of Passive Soil Gas Technology to Determine the Source and Extent of a PCE Groundwater Plume in an Urban Environment
Clarke, J.N., D. Goodwin, H.O`Neill and Odencrantz, J.E.. 2008. The Journal of REMEDIATION, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Vol. 18., No. 4, pp. 55-62.

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.

Canisters v. Sorbent Tubes: Vapor Intrusion Test Method Comparison
Odencrantz, J.E., H. O`Neill and J.T. Kirkland. 2008. Proceedings of the Battelle Sixth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May 19-22, Paper A-013, Battelle Memorial Institute, 7 pp.

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.