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Analytical and numerical modeling has emerged as a valuable tool for planning and designing groundwater remediation systems. Models have been used in a variety of settings including (1) research into the fundamental processes controlling chlorinated solvent fate and transport, (2) methods for integrating information on site hydrology, geology, contaminant distribution, transport and fate, and (3) applied aspects of plume management and remediation system design. This chapter focuses on currently available models commonly used by practitioners for simulating dissolved chlorinated solvent plumes and includes a brief summary of modeling principles, mathematical expressions useful for representing biodegradation processes, methods for representing dissolved contaminant release from source areas and case studies of models applied to sites.
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