Neil Thompson

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

Visiting Scholar in Environmental Engineering

Neil Thompson

Department of Civil Engineering
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
N2L 3G1

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

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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