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Analysis and design of veneer cover soils. Geosynthetics International , 3 5: The determination of the permeability of concrete to oxygen by the Cembureau method—A recommendation. Materials and Structures , 22 3: Hydraulic conductivity and swell of nonprehydrated geosynthetic clay liners permeated with multispecies inorganic solutions.

Chemomicromechanics of brittle solids. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids , 40 5: Freeze-thaw cycling and hydraulic conductivity of bentonite barriers. Diffusion of TCE through soil-bentonite slurry walls. Soil and Sediment Contamination , 13 1: Long-term behaviour of municipal solid waste landfills in Germany.


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Diffusion of sodium and chloride through geosynthetic clay liners. Geotextiles and Geomembranes , 23 4: The year performance of a compacted clay liner used as part of a composite liner system for a leachate lagoon. Geotechnical and Geological Engineering , 23 6: Concentration dependency of the prehydration effect for a geosynthetic clay liner.

Soils and Foundations , 45 4: Impact of bentonite quality on hydraulic conductivity of geosynthetic clay liners. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering , 1: Correlating index properties and hydraulic conductivity of geosynthetic clay liners. Effect of wet-dry cycling of swelling and hydraulic conductivity of GCLs.

Use of stable isotopes to determine methane oxidation in landfill cover soils. Journal of Geophysical Research , D7: The relative permeability of concrete using nitrogen gas. Construction and Building Materials , 7 4: Performance of geosynthetic clay liners used in two landfill closures in a coastal area of Florida. Advances in Geosynthetic Clay Liners Technology: Airborne and surface geophysical method verification. Unusual calcite stromatolites and pisoids from a landfill leachate collection system. Geology , 28 Lysimeters versus water-content sensors for performance monitoring of alternative earthen final covers.

Coupling effects during steady-state solute diffusion through a semipermeable clay membrane. Environmental Science and Technology , 36 6: Chemico-osmotic efficiency of a geosynthetic clay liner. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering , 2: Predicting solute flux through a clay membrane barrier.

A laboratory apparatus to measure chemico-osmotic efficiency coefficients for clay soils. Geotechnical Testing Journal , 24 3: Flow and transport through clay membrane barriers. Engineering Geology , 70 , Containment with vertical cutoff walls. Carbonates and oxalates in sediments and landfill: Monitors of death and decay in natural and artificial systems. Journal of the Geological Society of London , Implications for drainage system stability and clogging.

GCL performance in semiarid climate conditions. Modeling microstructural alterations of concrete subjected to sulfate attack. Materials Science of Concrete: Sulfate Attack Mechanisms , J. Modeling ionic interaction mechanisms in cement-based materials—an overview.

The Sidney Diamond Symposium , M. Paving fabric interlayer system as a pavement moisture barrier. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 43 7: Applications of Transient Electromagnetic Techniques. Hydraulic conductivity of geosynthetic clay liners exhumed from landfill final covers. Geoelectrical characterization of covered landfill sites: A process-oriented model and investigative report.

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Stability evaluation of waste landfills. University of Missouri, Rolla. Kettleman Hills waste landfill slope failure. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 4: Laboratory experience with the rapid chloride permeability test. The Omega Hills cover test plot study: Fourth year data summary.

Oxidative resistance of high-density polyethylene geomembranes. Polymer Degradation and Stability , Long-term shear strength of multilayer geosynthetics. Migration of landfill leachate into a shallow clayey till in southern New Brunswick: A field and modelling investigation. Puncture protection of geomembranes, Part II—Experimental. Modeling of its influence on contaminant transfer. Patron Editore, Bologna, pp.

Risk Assessment in the Federal Government: Assessment of barrier containment technologies. Pilot-scale field model tests for detecting landfill leachate intrusion into the subsurface using a grid-net electrical conductivity measurement system. Environmental Geology , 45 2: Silica in landfill leachates: Implications for clay mineral stabilities. Applied Geochemistry , Determination of the environmental factors influencing waste oxidation in a sandy landfill cover soil.

Environmental Science and Technology , 26 1: Subsurface Containment and Monitoring Systems: Barriers and Beyond Overview Report. Geophysical verification of subsurface barrier. Thermal analysis of geomembranes exposed to solar radiation. Geosynthetics International , 1 1: Geosynthetic clay liner GCL —chemical compatibility by hydraulic conductivity: Testing and factors impacting its performance. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 34 6: Comparison of laboratory-measured GCL hydraulic conductivity based on three permeameter types. Geotechnical Testing Journal , 20 1: Selected factors influencing GCL hydraulic conductivity.

First-exposure performance of the bentonite component of a GCL in a low-pH, calcium-enriched environment. Leachate migration through clay below a domestic waste landfill, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada: Chemical interpretation and modelling philosophies. Leda clay from deep boreholes at Hawkesbury, Ontario. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 20 2: The results of on-going monitoring of the performance of a low permeability clay liner, Keele Valley landfill, Maple, Ontario.


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Long-term water balance monitoring of engineered covers for waste containment. Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation. Field evaluation of geosynthetic protective cushions. Geotechnical Fabrics Report , 14 2: Field evaluation of geosynthetic protective cushions: Geotechnical Fabrics Report , 16 8: Lessons learned from failures: Geotechnical Fabrics Report , October Its implications for clogging. Lessons learned from geo-electrical leaks surveys.

Performance changes in aged in-situ HDPE geomembrane. In Landfilling of Wastes: Geosynthetics and the minimization of contaminant migration through barrier systems beneath solid waste. Long-term performance of contaminant barrier systems, 45th Rankine Lecture. Geotechnique , 55 9: Advances and remaining challenges for geosynthetics in geoenvironmental engineering applications.

Soils and Rocks , 1 1 , in press. A finite layer technique for calculating three-dimensional pollutant migration in soil. Theoretical solutions for calculating leakage through composite liner systems. In Developments in Theoretical Geomechanics: Balkema, Lissa, The Netherlands, pp.

Pollutant migration through a nonhomogeneous soil. Estimating the time for clogging of leachate collection systems. University of Western Ontario, Ontario, Canada, pp. Temperature of secondary liners in municipal solid waste landfills.

The modelling of a natural diffusion profile and the implications for landfill design. Diffusion of chloride and dichloromethane through an HDPE geomembrane. Geosynthetics International , 2 3: Design and construction of barrier system for the Halton Landfill. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 37 3: Evaluation of an HDPE geomembrane after 14 years as a leachate lagoon liner. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 40 3: Barrier Systems for Waste Disposal Facilities.

Geosynthetic clay liners permeated with chemical solutions and leachates. Assessment of Barrier Containment Technologies: The effect of oxygen pressure, temperature and manufacturing processes on laboratory degradation of polypropylene geosynthetics. Migration of dilute aqueous organic pollutants through HDPE geomembranes.

Geotextiles and Geomembranes , 19 6: Effects of exposure conditions on the depletion of antioxidants for high-density polyethylene HDPE geomembranes. Canadian Geotechnical Journal , 39 6: Intercode comparisons for simulating water balance of surficial sediments in semiarid regions. Water Resources Research , 38 Evaluation of evapotranspirative covers for waste containment in arid and semiarid regions of the Southwestern USA. Vadose Zone Journal , 4: Journal of Geotechnical Engineering , 4: Distributed fiber-optic temperature sensing for hydrologic systems. Water Resources Research , 42 , W, doi: Diffusion as a transport process in fine-grained barrier materials.

Geotechnical News , 6 2: Waste-soil interactions that alter hydraulic conductivity. Modeling and analysis in environmental geotechnics: An overview of practical applications. Environmental issues in geotechnical engineering. Electrical conductivity breakthrough curves. Evaluation of the hydraulic conductivity of GCLs permeated with nonstandard liquids.

Geotextiles and Geomembranes , 18 Clay membrane behavior for geoenvironment containment. Effect of hydrating liquid on the hydraulic properties of geosynthetic clay liners. Geotextiles and Geomembranes , 20 1: Interface strength tests and application to landfill design. International Fabrics Association International, pp.

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Effectiveness of protective layers in reducing metal fluxes from flooded pre-oxidized mine tailings. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution , Desiccation behaviour of selected geosynthetic clay liners. Evaluation of permeable reactive barrier PRB integrity using electrical imaging methods.

Geophysics , 68 3: Engineered barriers for pollutant containment and remediation. Modeling of fluid transport through barriers. Computer program to facilitate performance assessment of underground low-level waste concrete vaults. Laboratory study of high density polyethylene geomembrane waves.

Desiccation behaviour of composite landfill lining systems under thermal gradients. University of Queens, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, pp. Investigation of the behavior of geosynthetic clay liners subjected to thermal gradients in basal liner applications. Laboratory investigation of GCL desiccation in a composite liner subjected to thermal gradients. Methane mass balance at three landfill sites: What is the efficiency of capture by gas collection systems?

Waste Management , 26 5: Exhumed clay geosynthetic barriers. Laboratory tests on desiccation of geosynthetic clay liners. Examinations on the self-healingExaminations on the self-healing capacity of geosynthetic clay liners. Landfill liner interface strengths from torsional ring shear tests. Permeation of sand-processed clay mixtures with calcium chloride solutions. Leakage monitoring of the geomembrane for proton decay experiment. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Geomembranes , vol.

Containment of High-Level Radioactive and Hazardous Solid Wastes with Clay Barriers (Spon Research)

Monitoring subsurface barrier integrity using perfluorocarbon tracers. Assessment of the durability of HDPE-geomembranes in landfills: Practical approach under consideration of material examination performed during service life. Hydraulic conductivity of partially prehydrated GCLs under high effective confining stress for three real leachates. Concern for GCL shrinkage when installed on slopes. Laboratory measurements of GCL shrinkage under cyclic changes in temperature and hydration conditions. Millpress Science Publishers, pp.

Long-term shear testing of geosynthetic clay liners. Use of ternary cementitious systems containing silica fume and fly ash in concrete. Cement and Concrete Research , Thermal oxidation of polypropylene geotextile used in geosynthetic clay barriers. Modeling of damage in cement-based materials subjected to external sulfate attack—Part 1: Journal of Materials Engineering , 15 4: Modeling of damage in cement-based materials subjected to external sulfate attack—Part 2: Geomembrane strain observed in large-scale testing of protection layers. A two-chamber vacuum cell for measuring the coefficient of permeability to air of the concrete cover on site.

Materials and Structures , 25 6: Long-term tritium transport through field-scale compacted soil liner. Liquid flow through composite liners due to geomembrane defects: Analytical solutions for axi-symmetric and two-dimensional problems. Geosynthetics International , 6 6: Liquid flow through flow through composite liners due to geomembrane defects: Nonuniform hydraulic transmissivity at the liner interface. Geosynthetics International, 8 1: Geometric and spatial parameters of geomembrane wrinkles on large scale model tests.

In situ hydraulic conductivity tests for compacted soil liners and caps. Performance evaluation of earthen liners. Gas permeability of partially hydrated geosynthetic clay liners. Influence of landfill leachate suspended solids on clog biorock formation. Hydraulic conductivity of partially prehydrated geosynthetic clay liners permeated with aqueous calcium chloride solutions. In Proceedings, Geosynthetics , Portland. Degradation of unstabilized medium-density polyethylene pipes in hot-water applications.

Polymer Engineering and Science , 34 Evaluation of multidimensional transport through a field-scale compacted soil liner. Puncture protection of geomembranes, Part I—Theory. Geosynthetics International, 3 5: Heavy metal migration at a landfill site. Metal partitioning and geotechnical implications. Applied Geochemistry , 3: Membrane behavior of model soil-bentonite backfill mixtures. Analysis of temperatures at a municipal solid waste landfill. Heat generation in municipal solid waste landfills. Predictive equations to evaluate thermal fracture of asphalt rubber mixtures.

Evaluation of evapotranspiration from alternative landfill covers at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal. Balkema, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. President Carter's declaration of a state of emergency at Love Canal, New York, recognized that residents' health had been affected by nearby chemical waste sites. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, enacted in , ushered in a new era of waste management disposal designed to protect the public from harm. It required that modern waste containment systems use "engineered" barriers designed to isolate hazardous and toxic wastes and prevent them from seeping into the environment.

These containment systems are now employed at thousands of waste sites around the United States, and their effectiveness must be continually monitored. Assessment of the Performance of Engineered Waste Containment Barriers assesses the performance of waste containment barriers to date. Existing data suggest that waste containment systems with liners and covers, when constructed and maintained in accordance with current regulations, are performing well thus far.

However, they have not been in existence long enough to assess long-term postclosure performance, which may extend for hundreds of years. The book makes recommendations on how to improve future assessments and increase confidence in predictions of barrier system performance which will be of interest to policy makers, environmental interest groups, industrial waste producers, and industrial waste management industry.

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