Technical reports

Stupp, D., Gass, M., Leiteritz, H., Pijls, C., Thornton, S.F., Smith, J., Dunk, M., Grosjean, T. & den Haan K. (2012). Gasoline ether oxygenate occurrence in Europe, and a review of their fate and transport characteristics in the environment. CONCAWE Special Task Force on Groundwater (WQ/SFT-33), pp. 230. (
B.N. Chisala and D.N. Lerner (2008). Sewage risks to urban groundwater. Science Report SC030134, Environment Agency, Bristol. 36 pages. ISBN 978-1-84432-820-8
Banwart, S.A. Quantitative Visualisation of Biodegradation during Natural Attenuation of Organic Pollutants in Groundwater - BBSRC project E15832
Buss, S.R., Herbert, A.W., Morgan, P. & Thornton, S.F. (2004) Review of Ammonium Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater. NGWCLC Report NC/02/49. Envrironment Agency, Bristol. ISBN 184432 110 1.
Wealthall, G.P., Lerner, D.N. & Thornton, S. F. (2002). Predicting NAPL source zones in fractured rock. Special Session on Monitoring and Measurement, NATO CCMS Pilot Study: Evaluation of Demonstrated and Emerging Technologies for the Treatment and Clean-up of Contaminated Land and Groundwater (Phase III), 5-10 May 2002, Rome, Italy. No. 256, pp. 23-35. U.S. EPA/542/R-02/011.
Merly, C. and Lerner, D.N. (2002) Remediation of Chlorinated Organic Contaminants in Fractured Aquifers using Zero-Valent Metal: Report on Laboratory Trials. Technical report P2-182/TR by the University of Sheffield. Environment Agency, Bristol. ISBN 1 85705 795 3.
Davison, R.M., Wealthall, G.P. and Lerner, D.N. (2002) Source treatment for dense non-aqueous liquids. R&D Technical report P5-051/TR/01 by Groundwater Protection and Restoration Consultants Ltd for Environment Agency, Bristol. ISBN 1 857054 830.
G.P. Wealthall, A. Steele, G. Harrold, N. Tait, S.A. Leharne and D.N. Lerner (2000). Understanding the threat to UK Permo-Triassic sanstone aquifers from dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPLs). Invited article for Underground (Newsletter, EA National Groundwater and Contaminated Land Centre). February.
D.N. Lerner (2000). Guidelines for estimating urban loads of nitrogen to groundwater. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, London.
Thornton, S.F., Banwart, S.A., Lerner, D.N., Pickup, R.W., Spence, M.J. and Williams, G.M. (1999). Field evidence of ineffective natural attenuation of phenolic compounds in a sandstone aquifer. NATO/CCMS Pilot Study on Contaminated Land and Groundwater (Phase III) Special Session: Monitored Natural Attenuation, No. 236, p.49-56. US EPA/542/R-99/008.
Puigdomenech I., Banwart S.A., Bateman K., Griffault L, Gustafsson E., Hama K., Kotelnikova S, Pedersen K., Lartigue J.-E., Michaud V., Morosini M., Rivas Perez J. and Tullborg E.-L.(1999). Redox Experiment in Detailed Scale (REX). First Project Status Report.International Cooperation Report ICR-99-01, ISSN 1104-3210. Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co., Stockholm.
Tellam, J.H., Thornton, S.F., Lerner, D.N., Kleinert, U.O. (1997). Leachate migration through the Triassic Sandstones at Burntstump landfill and elsewhere: Models to predict the attenuation of leachate from existing landfills, for evaluating risks following liner failure, and for designing attenuation liners. Environment Agency Report, 137 pages.
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