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Ground-water contamination by crude oil at the Bemidji, Minnesota, research site- An introduction: Chapter A in Ground-water contamination by crude oil at the Bemidji, Minnesota, research site; US Geological Survey Toxic Waste--ground-water contamination study.
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Ground-water Contamination by Crude Oil at the Bemidji, Minnesota, Research Site: U.S. Geological Survey Toxic Waste--ground-water Contamination Study: Papers Presented at the Toxic-Waste Technical Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, March, Issues Bemidji, Minnesota crude-oil spill research site A’ B’ A B N Research Site Bemidji Minnesota North oil pool Observation well Excavated area Site of pipeline break Oil drainage area tracks ipelines Spray zone Wetland 0 Feet 50 Meters 0 Direction of ground-water flow South oil pool U.S.
Department of the Interior USGS Fact Sheet. Fully-coupled multicomponent reactive solute transport simulations were preformed for the groundwater contamination at the Bemidji, MN crude oil spill site. Coupled Biogeochemical Modeling of Ground Water Contamination at the Bemidji Minnesota Crude Oil Spill Site.
By Gary P. Curtis, Isabelle M. Cozzarelli, Mary Jo Baedecker, and Barbara A Bekins. The National Crude Oil Spill Research Site dates back towhen a dramatic pipeline rupture relea barrels of crude petroleum to the land surface and shallow Minnesota.
Inresearch began at the site through the support of the U. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Toxic Substances Hydrology Program. The investigation at the Bemidji site has involved the collection and analysis of crude oil, water, soil, vapor, and sediment samples. The oil phase that occurs as floating product on the water table and as residuum on sediment grains provides a continuing source of hydrocarbons to the ground water and vapor Size: KB.
In August an oil pipeline burst near Bemidji, Minnesota, spilling approximatelygallons of crude oil into the surrounding ground water and soil. In researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began monitoring the site carefully to determine the crude oil's fate.
The fate of hydrocarbons in the subsurface near Bemidji, Minnesota, has been investigated by a multidisciplinary group of scientists for over a quarter century. Research at Bemidji has involved extensive investigations of multiphase flow and transport, volatilization, dissolution, geochemical interactions, microbial populations, and biodegradation with the goal of providing an improved.
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Hult, : Toxic-Waste Technical Meeting. Eganhouse, R. P., Baedecker, M. J., and Cozzarelli, I. M.,Biogeochemical processes in an aquifer contaminated by crude oil: An overview of studies at the Bemidji, Minnesota, research site - Symposium on Intrinsic Bioremediation of Ground Water, Denver, CO, August 30 - September 1,Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, p.
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Geological Survey Water Resources Investigation Reportby: A pipeline right-of-way contaminated with light crude in and subsequently burned shows severe hydrophobicity, poor infiltration rates, and loss of vegetative cover.
To evaluate alkaline desorption as a treatment method, surface soil samples were collected and analyzed pre- and post-treatment. Samples had total petroleum hydrocarbon concentrations of –63, mg/kg, severe Cited by: 6.
Download The publication contains material from technology transfer seminars presented for the water supply community. The document provides utility managers and operators, regulators and technical specialists with guidance for preventing contamination and alternatives for treating public ground-water supplies that are contaminated.
Ground-water contamination by crude oil, and other petroleum-based liquids, is a widespread problem. An average of 83 crude-oil spills occurred per year during in the United States, each spilling ab barrels of crude oil (U.S.
Office of Pipeline Safety, electronic commun., ). An understanding of the fate of organic contaminants (such as oil and gasoline) in the subsurface. Fully-coupled multicomponent reactive solute transport simulations were preformed for the groundwater contamination at the Bemidji, MN crude oil spill site.
The simulations included the oxidation of the dissolved crude oil constituents by microorganisms using four different terminal electron acceptors: O2, MnO2, Fe(OH)3 and CO2. The focus of this project will be a site investigation of a nationally famous oil-contamination site northwest of Bemidji, Minnesota.
Ina crude-oil pipeline burst, spilling approximat barrels of hydrocarbon contaminants onto a glacial outwash deposit. Due to a pipeline break in Augusta light aliphatic crude oil floats atop the groundwater in a shallow sand and gravel aquifer at the USGS research site outside Bemidji, Minnesota (Baedecker et al., ; Bennett et al., ; Eganhouse et al., ).Cited by: CHAPTER A.-—GROUND-WATER CONTAMINATION BY CRUDE OIL AT THE BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, RESEARCH SITE—AN INTRODUCTION 1 Abstract 1 Introduction 1 Purpose and scope 3 Sources of information 3 Acknowledgments 3 Physical setting 3 Land use and access 3 Climate 4 Surface water 4 Hydrogeology 4 Geology and water-bearing characteristics 4 Direction of.
where ground-water contamination had occurred. Three field sites were initially selected to study ground-water contamination: the infiltration of sewage-treatment effluent on Cape Cod, Mass.; a crude-oil pipeline break near Bemidji, Minn,; and the infiltration of creosote/pentachloraphenol through waste-disposal ponds near Pensacola, Size: 3MB.
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Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report: S.E. Smith, M.F. Hult. For example, as part of a research team, I collect and analyze water and sediment from the Norman Landfill research project (a landfill-impacted aquifer) in Oklahoma and the Bemidji, Minnesota research site (a crude-oil contaminated aquifer), plus multiple projects concentrated on unconventional oil and gas development and use.
Bekins, B.A. and Cozzarelli, I.M.,Nonvolatile dissolved organic carbon and diesel range organics concentrations measured in at the USGS crude oil study site near Bemidji, Minnesota, USA: U.
Geological Survey data release. Bemidji links its early history to that of Shay-now-ish-kung, or Chief Bemidji, who lived with his family on the shores of the lovely lake bearing his name. After the Carson brothers opened their trading post inlogging flourished and lumber camps boomed.
Bemidji was incorporated inand the railroad reached the town in The asphaltene and resin examined here were isolated from a light aliphatic crude oil that contaminated groundwater near Bemidji, Minnesota, as a result of a pipeline break in August of Subsurface biodegradation of the crude oil at the Bemidji site has been the subject of an ongoing multidisciplinary research effort since [ 36, 37 ].Cited by: 2.
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Author: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Ground Water Contamination By Crude Oil At The Bemidji Minnesota.evaluating the long-term effects of on-site remediation of contaminated aquifers. SITE DESCRIPTION On Augapproximately 16 km northwest of Bemidji, Minnesota, the land surface and shallow subsurface were contaminated when a crude-oil pipeline burst, spraying about 1, L (ab barrels) of crude oil onto a glacial outwash.National Crude Oil Spill Fate and Natural Attenuation Research Site.
Thirty years of science. of ground-water flow South oil pool F o r m e r r ai lr o a d t r a c k s XMiddle oil pool X X December the Bemidji, Minnesota crude oil spill siteFile Size: 1MB.