EM Laboratory Works To Develop Long-Term Groundwater Monitoring
AIKEN, S.C. – A workshop to identify and prioritize key research and technology needs in developing long-term monitoring for groundwater contamination was held at Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) recently…
Installation of Shallow/Surface Wells and Deployment of In Situ Sensors at the F-Area Wetlands
The ALTEMIS team collaborated with SRNS-ACP to install shallow piezometer wells and surface water monitoring points for the deployment of in situ multiparameter sensors near the F-Area wetlands of Fourmile Branch.
Importance of environmental monitoring for consent-based siting of nuclear facilities
Environmental monitoring is an essential tool for improving transparency, building community trust and combating misinformation in consent-based siting processes for nuclear facilities, write MIT professor H. Wainwright and SRNL senior technical adviser Carol Eddy-Dilek.
ALTEMIS Project Highlighted in Congressional Hearing
On July 13th, there was a congressional energy subcommittee hearing on nuclear waste cleanup: research and development opportunities for the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management…
In situ Geophysical Monitoring of Surface Barriers
During the week of July 11 – 14, members of the ALTEMIS team from SRNL and PNNL collaborated with SRNS’s ACP to install an electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) array at the F-Area Hazardous Waste Management Facility (FHWMF) along the cap of F-Area Basin 3.
ALTEMIS Scientist won Best Presentation Award
ALTEMIS scientists and students participated in the RemPlex Summit, held virtually on November 8-12, hosted by the Center for the Remediation of Complex Sites (RemPlex) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).