Neil Thompson

In-situ aquifer assessment, bioremediation, source zone remediation, groundwater simulation tools

Visiting Scholar in Environmental Engineering

Neil Thompson

Address:
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo
Ontario
N2L 3G1
Canada

Telephone: Canada (519) 888-4567 ext.2111
Fax: Canada (519) 888-6197

email : nthomson@uwaterloo.ca

Current research interests

  • Environmental fate of contaminants in porous and fractured subsurface systems
  • Development and assessment of source zone remediation technologies
  • Development and application of simulation tools

Selected publications

  • Thomson, N.R., and D.J. Flynn, Soil vacuum extraction of perchlorethylene from the Borden Aquifer, Ground Water 38(3), 673-688, 2000
  • Thomson, N.R., and R.L. Johnson, Air distribution during in situ air sparging: An overview of mathematical modeling, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 72, 265-282, 2000
  • MacKinnon, L.K., and N.R. Thomson, Laboratory-scale in situ chemical oxon of a perchloroethylene pool using permanganate, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 55, 49-74, 2002
  • Esposito, S., and N. R. Thomson, Two-phase flow and transport in a single fracture-porous medium system, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 37, 319-341, 1999