REVIEW OF GROUND WATER MODELING NEEDS FOR THE U.S. ARMY
The report was prepared to assist the U.S. Army in remediation of ground water contamination from hazardous, toxic, and radioactive wastes at Army installations. The Waterways Experiment Station of the Army Corps of Engineers requested that the Water Science and Technology Board evaluate the state of the art in mathematical models of ground water flow and contaminant transport, and then advise the Corps of Engineers on how it might support and use such models to meet Army's ground water remediation needs over the next ten years. The study recommends that the Army develop in-house expertise in ground water modeling, expand partnership programs between the Army and academic researchers, and develop a ground water modeling support center to help focus research, technology transfer and training activities.
- Sponsored by Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC.
National Research Council Water Science and Technology Board.Washington, DC United States
Corps of EngineersWashington, DC United States 20548
- Publication Date: 1992-9
- Pagination: 50 p.
- TRT Terms: Cold weather; Explosives; Groundwater; Hazardous materials; Hydrology; Mathematical models; Military facilities; Operations; Radioactive wastes; Research projects; Reviews; Technology transfer; Waste disposal; Water quality management
- Identifier Terms: United States Army
- Uncontrolled Terms: Research programs
- Old TRIS Terms: Remedial action
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Education and Training; Hydraulics and Hydrology; Marine Transportation; Research; Terminals and Facilities;
- Accession Number: 00666613
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Oct 3 1994 12:00AM