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Tetra Tech GEO distinguishes itself from the competition by its continued invitation by the USEPA to write state-of-the-practice guidance manuals on site characterization and remedial design. Since 1990 we have co-authored over a dozen technical publications for various EPA offices, including the Office of Research and Development, the Technology Innovation Office, and the Office of Underground Storage Tanks. Below we have listed the publications that Tetra Tech GEO personnel have authored and/or co-authored for EPA. These publications exemplify the high-quality work that we have provided for EPA and numerous other clients. In addition, many of these publications continue to serve as the industry standard for site characterization and remedial design.

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Stewardship Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles by Tetra Tech GEO Personnel
  • Groundwater Contaminant Fate and Transport Modeling

    • Burnell et al. (2012) Reply to Batu (2012). Reply to Comment. Ground Water, Discussion of Papers, NGWA.


    • Burnell, D.K., B. H. Lester, J. W. Mercer, 2012. Improvements and Corrections to AT123D Code. Ground Water, Methods Note, NGWA.


    • Burnell, D.K., J. W. Mercer, and L. S. Sims, 2011. Analytical Model of Steady-State Plumes Undergoing Sequential Degradation. Ground Water, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2011.00858.x.


    • Burnell, D.K., M. Van Oort, J.W. Mercer T.R. Suriano, and R.D. Bartlett, 2011. Stochastic Model to Estimate Travel Times From the 52nd Street Facility, Earth Science and Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 1: p. 1-8.


    • Lu, S., F. J. Molz, G. J. Fix September, 2002. Possible problems of scale dependency in applications of the three-dimensional fractional advection-dispersion equation to natural porous media.

    • Ward, D.S., J.W. Mercer, and L.L. August, 1992. Analysis of groundwater flow and injection fluid transport in the Floridan Aquifer near Pensacola, Florida, Ground Water, 30(3): 403-414.

    • Faust, C.R., J.H. Guswa, and J.W. Mercer, 1989. Simulation of three-dimensional flow of immiscible fluids within and below the unsaturated zone, Water Resources Research, 25(12):2449-2464.

    • Greenwald, R.M., and S.M. Gorelick, 1989. Particle travel times of contaminants incorporated into a planning model for groundwater plume removal, Journal of Hydrology, 107(1989), 73-98.

    • Srinivasan, P., and J.W. Mercer, 1988. Simulation of biodegradation and sorption processes in groundwater, Ground Water, 26(4):475-487.

    • Konikow, L.F., and J.W. Mercer, 1988. Groundwater flow and transport modeling, Journal of Hydrology, 100:379-409.

    • Andersen, P.F., H.O. White, Jr., and J.W. Mercer, 1988. Numerical modeling of saltwater intrusion at Hallandale, Florida, Ground Water, 26(5):619-630.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., P.F. Andersen, J.W. Mercer, and H.O. White, Jr., 1987. Saltwater intrusion in aquifers: Development and testing of a three-dimensional, finite-element model, Water Resources Research, 23(2):293-312.

    • Mercer, J.W., B.H. Lester, S.D. Thomas, and R.L. Bartel, 1986. Simulation of saltwater intrusion in Volusia County, Florida, Water Resources Bulletin, 22(6):951-965.

    • Buss, D.R., B.H. Lester, and J.W. Mercer, 1986. A numerical simulation study of deepwell injection, Current Practices in Environmental Science and Engineering,2:93-117.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., P.F. Andersen, F.J. Molz, O. Guven, and J.G. Melville, 1986. Simulations of two-well tracer tests in stratified aquifers at the Chalk River and Mobile Sites, Water Resources Research, 22(7): 1016-1030.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., P.F. Andersen, O. Guven, and F.J. Molz, 1986. A curvilinear finite-element model for simulating two-well tracer tests and transport in stratified aquifers, Water Resources Research, 22(5): 663-678.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., B.G. Jones, and P.F. Andersen, 1986. Finite-element algorithms for simulating three-dimensional groundwater flow and solute transport in multilayer systems, Water Resources Research, 22(3): 361-374.

    • Faust, C.R., 1985. Transport of immiscible fluids within and below the unsaturated zone: A numerical model, Water Resources Research, 21(4):487-596.

    • Mercer, J.W., C.R. Faust, R.M. Cohen, P.F. Andersen, and P.S. Huyakorn, 1985. Remedial action assessment for hazardous waste sites via numerical simulation, Water Management and Research,3:377-387.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., J.W. Mercer, and D.S. Ward, 1985. Finite-element matrix and mass balance computational schemes for transport in variably-saturated porous media, Water Resources Research, 21(3):346-358.

    • Mercer, J.W., L.R. Silka, and C.R. Faust, 1983. Modeling groundwater flow at Love Canal, New York, Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 109(4):924-942.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., B. Lester, and J.W. Mercer, 1983. An efficient finite-element technique for modeling transport in fractured porous media: 2. Nuclide decay chain transport: Water Resources Research, 19(5):1286-1296.

    • Huyakorn, P.S., B. Lester, and J.W. Mercer, 1983. An efficient finite-element technique for modeling transport in fractured porous media: 1. Single species transport, Water Resources Research, 19(3):841-854.

    • Mercer, J.W., S.P. Larson, and C.R. Faust, 1980. Simulation of saltwater interface motion, Ground Water, 18(4):374-385.

    • Faust, C.R., and J.W. Mercer, 1980. Groundwater modeling: Recent developments: Ground Water, 18(6).

    • Mercer, J.W., and C.R. Faust, 1980. Groundwater modeling: Applications: Ground Water, 18(5).

    • Faust, C.R., and J.W. Mercer, 1980. Groundwater modeling: Numerical models: Ground Water, 18(4).

    • Mercer, J.W., and C.R. Faust, 1980. Groundwater modeling: Mathematical models, Ground Water, 18(3):212-227.

    • Mercer, J.W., and C.R. Faust, 1980. Groundwater modeling: An overview, Ground Water, 18(2):108-115.

    • Tasker, G.D., and J.H. Guswa, 1978. Application of a mathematical model to estimate water levels, Ground Water, 16(1):1821.

  • Site Characterization, Monitoring, and Remedial Design

    • Durant, N.D., V.B. Myers, and L.A. Eccles. (1993). EPA's approach to vadose zone monitoring in the RCRA Program. Groundwater Monitoring and Remediation, 12(4):151-158.

    • Cohen, R.M., A.P. Bryda, S.T. Shaw, and C.P. Spalding, 1992. Evaluation of Visual Methods to Detect NAPL in Soil and Water, Ground Water Monitoring Review, 12(4):132-141.

    • Hagemeyer, R.T., and M.T. Stewart, 1990. Resistivity investigation of saltwater intrusion near a major sea level canal, in S.H. Ward (ed.), Geotechnical and Environmental Geophysics, Volume II: Environmental and Groundwater, Society of Exploration, Geophysists, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    • Mercer, J.W., and R.M. Cohen, 1990. A review of immiscible fluids in the subsurface: models, characterization and remediation, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 6(2):107-163.

    • Cohen, R.M., and R.R. Rabold, 1988. Simulation of sampling and hydraulic tests to assess a hybrid monitoring well design, Ground Water Monitoring Review, Winter 1988.

    • Bouwer, E., J. Mercer, M. Kavanaugh, and F. DiGiano, 1988. Coping with groundwater contamination, Journal Water Pollution Control Federation, 6(8):1414-1428.

    • Cohen, R.M., R.R. Rabold, C.R. Faust, J.O. Rumbaugh, and J. Bridge, 1987. Investigation and hydraulic containment of chemical migration at four landfills in Niagara Falls, New York, Civil Engineering Practice, 2(1):33-58.

    • Faust, C.R., and J.W. Mercer, 1984. Evaluation of the skin effect in slug tests, Water Resources Research, 20(2):504-506.

    • Andersen, P.F., C.R. Faust, and J.W. Mercer, 1984. Analysis of conceptual designs for remedial measures at Lipari landfill, New Jersey, Ground Water, 22(2):176-190.

  • Modeling Geothermal Systems

    • Andersen, P.F. and S. Lu, 2003. A post-audit of a model-designed ground water extraction system. Ground Water 41(2): 212-218.

    • Lowell, R.P., and D.K. Burnell, 1991. Mathematical modeling of conductive heat transfer from a freezing, convecting magma chamber to a single-pass hydrothermal system: Implications for sea floor black smokers, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 104(1991), 59-69.

    • Faust, C.R., J.W. Mercer, S.D. Thomas, and W.P. Balleau, 1984. Quantitative analysis of existing conditions and production strategies for the Baca geothermal system, New Mexico: Water Resources Research, 20(5):601-618.

    • Maddock, T., III, J.W. Mercer, and C.R. Faust, 1982. Management model for power production from a geothermal field: 1. Hot water reservoir and power plant model, Water Resources Research,18(3):499-512.

    • Molz, F.J., A.D. Parr, and P.F. Andersen, 1981. Thermal energy storage in a confined aquifer-second cycle, Water Resources Research, 17(3): 641-645.

    • Molz, F.J., A.D. Parr, P.F. Andersen, V.D. Lucido, and J.C. Warman, 1979. Thermal energy storage in a confined aquifer-experiment results, Water Resources Research, 15(6): 1509-1514.

    • Mercer, J.W., and C.R. Faust, 1979. A review of numerical simulation of hydrothermal systems, Hydrological Sciences Bulletin, 24(3):335-343.

    • Mercer, J.W., and C.R. Faust, 1979. Geothermal reservoir simulation 3: Application of liquid and vapor dominated hydrothermal modeling techniques to Wairakei, New Zealand, Water Resources Research, 15(3):653-671.

    • Faust, C.R., and J.W. Mercer, 1979. Geothermal reservoir simulation 2. Numerical solution techniques for liquid and vapor-dominated hydrothermal systems, Water Resources Research, 15(1):31-46.

    • Faust, C.R., and J.W. Mercer, 1979. Geothermal reservoir simulation 1. Mathematical models for liquid and vapor-dominated hydrothermal systems, Water Resources Research, 15(1):23-30.

    • Yotsukura, N., A.P. Jackman, and C.R. Faust, 1973. Approximation of Heat Exchange at the Air Water

  • Conference Proceedings

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