Monitoring remains the foundation of groundwater cleanup efforts. SERDP and ESTCP efforts focus on improving performance and compliance monitoring needed to design, optimize, and operate treatment systems.

Active Projects List
Project Title Start Date

Validation of Advanced Molecular Biological Tools to Monitor Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation and Estimate CVOC Degradation Rates

Project Information
Project ID: ER-201726
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mandy Michalsen, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
ESTCP Jan 2017

Evaluation of FLUTe FACT as a Screening Technology for VOC Distribution in Fractured Rock Boreholes

Project Information
Project ID: ER-201630
Principal Investigator: Dr. Beth Parker, University of Guelph
ESTCP Jan 2016

Validation of Biotechnology for Quantifying the Abundance and Activity of Vinyl-Chloride Oxidizers in Contaminated Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-201425
Principal Investigator: Dr. Timothy Mattes, The University of Iowa
ESTCP Jan 2014

CO2 Radiocarbon Analysis to Quantify Organic Contaminant Degradation, MNA, and Engineered Remediation Approaches

Project Information
Project ID: ER-2338
Principal Investigator: Dr. Thomas Boyd, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
SERDP Jan 2013

Advanced Environmental Molecular Diagnostics to Assess, Monitor, and Predict Microbial Activities at Complicated Chlorinated Solvent Sites

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Project ID: ER-2312
Principal Investigator: Dr. Frank Löffler, University of Tennessee
SERDP Jan 2013

Development of Field Methodology to Rapidly Detect Dehalococcoides and Dehalobacter Spp. Genes On-Site

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Project ID: ER-2309
Principal Investigator: Dr. Alison Cupples, Michigan State University
SERDP Jan 2013

Demonstrating a Biogeophysics Strategy for Minimally Invasive Post Remediation Performance Assessment

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Project ID: ER-201579
Principal Investigator: Dr. Tim Johnson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
ESTCP Jan 2007