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《China Environmental Science》 2018-03
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Research progress of monitored natural attenuation remediation technology for soil and groundwater pollution

LI Yuan-jie;WANG Sen-jie;ZHANG Min;HE Ze;ZHANG Wei;School of Environment and Natural Resources,Renmin University of China;Beijing No.4 Construction Engineering Co.,Ltd.;The Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences;  
Severe and widespread pollution of soil and groundwater in China has caused intensive concerns,with great number of contaminated sites and diversified pollution types,for which there is a development lag in site management and remediation technologies.As a non-invasive long-term management approach based on risk control over contaminated sites,Monitored Natural Attenuation(MNA) turns out as an effective and economic strategy for soil and ground water pollution management with the potential for maximized cost-effectiveness.In the United States,application of MNA in contaminated site remediation accounts for about 30%,and the cost is about several hundred thousand dollars.This article gives a brief on the origination and evolution of MNA,followed with a summary of progress and highlights in research on MNA as well as their recent applications,both domestic and overseas.A comparison between MNA and typical remedial technologies is made,and this is expected to serve as a reference for the research and applications of MNA-related technologies.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金面上项目(41671492)
【CateGory Index】: X523;X53
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