ECOLOGY, HYDROLOGY, AND SITE ENVIRONMENT

Applied environmental activities in the areas of site habitat characterization, in situ PCB sampling, groundwater model review, and primary headwater streams and wetlands mitigation conceptual design.

Expedited Field Survey & Sampling Techniques for PCB Congeners and Dioxins

This video details the development of expedited field survey and sampling techniques for Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) congeners and dioxins. PCBs are toxic compounds used from 1929-1979 as lubricants, coolants, and electrical insulators in industry. PCBs were banned in 1979, but still exist in the environment…
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PCB Field Equipment Demonstration

This video demonstrates the field equipment used during the assessment of PCB congeners, aroclors, dioxins, and furans in the sediment and soil atthe PORTS site in Piketon, Ohio…
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How Groundwater Works

The “How Groundwater Works” video describes basic groundwater concepts in relation to groundwater pollution…
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A Preliminary Assessment of (PCBs) Congeners, Aroclors, Dioxins, and Furans in the Sediment and Soil

Ohio University performed a review of the current site-wide groundwater model for the PORTS site…
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PORTS Habitat Resource Inventory/Habitat Suitability Modeling Report

This video provides an overview of the Habitat Resource Inventory in the PORTS facility in Piketon, Ohio. The HRI characterizes habitats that existed within the study area on the PORTS reservation and adjacent property owners within one mile of Perimeter Road. The study was completed over two summers in 2011 and 2012…
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Habitat Resources Inventory Field Video

This video provides an overview of the Habitat Resource Inventory of the PORTS facility in Piketon, Ohio. The HRI characterizes habitats that existed within the study area on the PORTS reservation and adjacent property owners within one mile of the site’s Perimeter Road. The study was completed over two summers in 2011 and 2012…
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