Preliminary Conceptual Models of the Occurrence, Fate, and Transport of Chlorinated Solvents in Karst Regions of Tennessee




Previous Studies

Studies of Chlorinated Solvents, with Emphasis on DNAPL

Karst Studies

Studies of Karst Properties Affecting DNAPL Movement

Studies of Karst Contamination

Site Studies of DNAPL Contamination in Karst and Fractured Rock

Properties and Processes

Porous Media

Fractured Media

Characteristics of Karst Aquifers in Tennessee

Geologic Controls of Karst Aquifers

Karst Aquifers of Tennessee

Inner and Outer Central Basin

The Highland Rim

Coves and Escarpments of the Cumberland Plateau

Valley and Ridge and Western Toe of the Blue Ridge

Conceptual Models of Chlorinated Solvents in Karst Aquifers

Trapping in the Regolith

Pooling at Top of Rock

Pooling in Bedrock Diffuse-Flow Zone

Pooling in Karst Conduits

Pooling in Fractures Isolated from Major Zones of Ground-Water Flow

Case Studies in Selected Karst Regions

Selection Criteria for Case Studies

Case Study Discussions

Case Study 26-505, Coffee County, Highland Rim

Case Study 59-502, Marshall County, Inner Central Basin

Case Study 82-516, Sullivan County, Valley and Ridge

Case Study 89-504, Warren County, Eastern Highland Rim

Case Study 95-501, Wilson County, Inner Central Basin

Summary and Conclusions

Selected References

Appendix--Case Study Summary Sheets

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