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3. Freeze, R.A. and Cherry, J.A., Groundwater, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1979, chap. 9.

4. MacDonald, J.A. and Kavanaugh, M.C., Restoring contaminated groundwater: an achievable goal?, Environ. Sci. and Technol, 13(4), pp. 142-149, 1994.

FIGURE 5.17a,b Simulated distillation curves and carbon number curves comparing No. 2 diesel fuel from an underground storage tank with laboratory standards of diesel fuel and gasoline.

5. Christensen L.B. and Larsen T.H., Method for determining the age of diesel oil spills in the soil, Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation, pp. 142-149, 1993.

6. Farr, A.M., Houghtalen R.J., and McWhorter D.B., Volume estimation of light nonaqueous phase liquids in porous media, Groundwater, 28(1), pp. 48-56, 1990.

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8. Parker, J.C., Waddill D.W., and Johnson J.A., UST Corrective Action Technologies: Engineering Design of Free Product Recovery Systems, EPA/600/SR-96/031, Order No. PB96-153556, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

9. Mercer J. and Cohen R., A review of immiscible fluids in the subsurface: properties, models, characterization and remediation, J. Contamin. Hydrol., 6, pp. 107-163, 1990.

10. U.S. EPA, Assessing UST Corrective Action Technology A Scientific Evaluation of the Mobility and Degradability of Organic Contaminants in Subsurface Environments, EPA/600/2-91/053, September 1991.

11. U.S. EPA, Estimating Potential for Occurrence ofDNAPL at Superfund Sites, Publication 9355.4-07FS, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, Washington, D.C., NTIS PB92-963338, January 1992.

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