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View Resource Transport and Fate

In order to minimize ecological effects, it is essential to understand how a contaminant moves and is altered in the environment.

http://toxics.usgs.gov/regional/emc/transport_fate.html
View Resource Tracer Tests

The use and development of tracer tests to study contaminant transport and fate.

http://toxics.usgs.gov/topics/tracer_tests.html
View Resource Biofuels Compendium - Ethanol - Fate And Transport

These resources provide information regarding the fate and transport of ethanol-blended fuels. For other ethanol topics, please visit the biofuels compendium ethanol page or select a different...

http://www.epa.gov/oust/altfuels/ethfate.htm
View Resource New Information on the Long-Term Fate of Ammonium in Ground Water

The ammonium (NH4+) dissolved in ground water in the center of a contaminant plume on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has persisted for decades after it entered the subsurface, while other forms of nitrogen...

http://toxics.usgs.gov/highlights/nh4_gw/
View Resource Fate and Transport

Hazardous contaminants will be released from treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDF's), industry, government facilities, households, and other everyday institutions regardless of the...

http://ceenve3.civeng.calpoly.edu/cota/enve436/fate.html
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