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Fry Canyon References
Blowes, D.W., and Ptacek, C.F., System for treating groundwater, U.S. Patents 5,362,394 (Nov. 8, 1994) and 5,514,279 (May 7, 1996). Patents assigned to U. of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Licensed for Technology Demonstration/Evaluation to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the Utah, Fry Canyon EPA Test site. The U.S. Geological Survey is managing the EPA funded demonstration project at Fry Canyon.
Freeze, R.A., and Cherry, J.A., 1979, Groundwater, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Gillham, R.W., and Burris, D.R., 1992, Recent developments in permeable in situ treatment walls for remediation of contaminated groundwater: Proceedings, Subsurface Restoration Conference, June 21-24, 1992, Dallas, Tex.
Hem, J.D., 1989, Study and interpretation of the chemical characteristics of natural water: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2254, 263 p.
Morrison, S.J., and Spangler, R.R., 1992, Chemical barriers for controlling groundwater contamination: Environmental Progress, v. 12, p. 175-181.
National Research Council, 1994, Alternatives for ground water cleanup, Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, 315 p.
Travis, C.C., and Doty, C.B., 1990, Can contaminated aquifers at Superfund sites be remediated?: Environmental Science and Technology, v. 24, p. 1464-1466.