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Field Camp:
May 23-June 27, 2006

Syllabus (PDF format)

Methods

Hydrogeologic Settings
Fractured Crystalline Rocks
Piedmont
SC upstate GE Plant

Blue Ridge:
NC Coweeta LTER, Chatooga River

Fractured Sediments
UT-Knoxville
Oak Ridge, TN

Karst
Mammoth Cave, KY
Mammoth Cave, KY 2004
Murfreesboro, TN
Santee, SC

Siliciclastic Sediments
Coastal Plain Overview
Savannah River Site, SC
Coastal Processes

Instructors

Estimated Costs

Requirements

Past Schedules

Oak Ridge National Lab has been a leader in developing field techniques for characterizing contaminanted areas and for remediating plumes. We visited Phil Jardine and other investigators at ORNL to learn more about their innovative research.

 

In situ Vitrification test site. Soil was melted and allowed to cool as a glass to evaluate a waste treatment technology.

Storage facility for radioactive waste

Phil Jardine, a scientist at Oak Ridge, discussing one of his research projects.  

A quick stop at the X-10 graphite reactor, first nuclear reactor were controlled fission was achieved.

Emerging from an underground research facility for studying interflow during storms.

More photos from Oak Ridge



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