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Cleaning up the large number of groundwater contamination sites is a significant and complex environmental challenge. The environmental industry is continuously looking for remediation methods that are both effective and cost-efficient. Over the past 10 years there have been amazing, important developments in our understanding of key attenuation processes and technologies for evaluating natural attenuation processes, and a changing institutional perspective on when and where Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) may be applied. Despite these advances, restoring groundwater contaminated by anthropogenic sources to allow for unrestricted use continues to be a challenge. Because of a complex mix of physical, chemical, and biological constraints associated with active in-situ cleanup technologies, there has been a long standing focus on understanding natural processes that attenuate groundwater contaminant plumes. We will build upon basic environmental science and environmental engineering principles to discover how to best implement MNA as a viable treatment for groundwater contamination plumes. Additionally we will delve into the history behind and make predictions about the new directions for this technology. Any professional working in the environmental remediation industry will benefit from this in-depth study of MNA. We will use lectures, readings, and computational exercises to enhance our understanding and implementation of MNA. At the completion of this course, students will have updated understanding and practical tools that can be applied to all possible MNA sites....

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4 mars 2021

the course covers all the important details and the lecturers explained it very well. I started from scratch for this course and was not in touch with chemistry and related fields for half a decade.


18 août 2020

Excellent course to provide a broad understanding of scientific concepts and current applications of degradation processes and programs critical to modern environmental remediation programs.

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par Ruth M P C

26 août 2020

Excelente, me ayudo mucho para entender el ingles gracias

par Kolawole M

6 juin 2017

Informative, well researched and articulately presented.

par Manasvi T

5 avr. 2019

amazing course, just hope some diy projects were added.

par Angel R

29 nov. 2016

An excellent course, very detailed and well organized.

par Muhammad I

8 déc. 2018

It was great experience and learning opportunity .

par Victor I

29 juil. 2021

Very complete, planned and time optimized course!


25 nov. 2019

the course was very useful to enrich my knowledge

par Ms. W B - U o K

27 août 2020

The course is very informative and interesting!

par 郭逸飞

16 juil. 2018

Good presentation and hope to see you later!

par Mikko S

3 mai 2022

This course is excellent for those who are

par Sebastian R

22 mars 2021

Excelentes exponentes y temas de interés.

par Carla A

28 juil. 2020

muy dificil pero con informacion valiosa

par Dahn S

23 juil. 2020

Very Challenging but very informative.

par Namratha N G

7 déc. 2019

highly informative and well taught


10 avr. 2019

Good effort for providing knowlege


23 mai 2020

excellent and optimistic course

par Eduardo D

25 oct. 2017

Excellent course, very usefull.

par Marie G

20 avr. 2017

Fantastic course! Learn a lot.

par Mukesh S

15 oct. 2019

good course very technicals

par Victor J M M

27 oct. 2020

Comprehensive and concise.

par S.Heisenburg

22 mars 2018

very useful and practical


15 août 2018

muy interesante el curso


3 juil. 2020

extremely useful course

par Weishi W

16 sept. 2020

New Paradigms to me

par Erin A G S

9 déc. 2020

Muy bien explicado