The importance of compiling data on both successful and unsuccessful barrier installations.
Although these issues were not fully explored during the workshop, they will serve as good starting points for future discussion on containment technology. The papers prepared by the workshop presenters, included in Appendix D, should provide a useful supplement to other compilations of work on barrier technology from recent meetings and workshops.
Gee, G. W., and N. R. Wing, eds. 1994. In-Situ Remediation: Scientific Basis for Future Technologies. Thirty-Third Hanford Symposium on Health and the Environment, November 7-11, 1994, Pasco, Wash. Richland, Wash.: Battelle Press.
National Research Council. 1996. The Potential Role of Containment-In-Place in an Integrated Approach to the Hanford Reservation Site Environmental Remediation. Committee for Remediation of Buried and Tank Wastes. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
National Research Council. 1994. Alternatives for Ground Water Cleanup. Committee on Ground Water Cleanup Alternatives. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
Rumer, R. R., and J. K. Mitchell, eds. 1996. Assessment of Barrier Containment Technologies: A Comprehensive Treatment for Environmental Remediation Applications. Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service.
Rumer, R. R., and M. E. Ryan, eds. 1995. Barriers Containment Technology for Environmental Remediation Applications. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.
U.S. Department of Energy. 1996. The 1996 Baseline Environmental Management Report. Office of Environmental Management DOE/EM-0290. Washington, D.C.