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Inverse Groundwater-Plume Modeling Applied to Dose Reconstruction

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November 14. 2011




Exponent is pleased to feature the newest addition of the Environmental Forensics Notes, with the feature article: "Inverse Groundwater-Plume Modeling Applied to Dose Reconstruction."

This Environmental Forensics Note presents the application of inverse groundwater-plume modeling to estimate past concentrations of volatile COPCs in groundwater and soil vapor, which could have historically exposed a receptor to those COPCs via two pathways—drinking water and soil vapor intrusion. A hypothetical setting of a rural neighborhood downgradient from a release is used to illustrate this dose reconstruction approach. Read the full article, or any of our other Exponent newsletter articles.