October 2, 2013

Geosyntec Displays Leadership in Vapor Intrusion

Geosyntec Consultants is proud to announce that several staff members were contributing authors on five articles and the editorial column focusing on vapor intrusion in one of the most widely-read journals in the environmental remediation industry, Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation. The articles featured include:

  • "Simulated Soil Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factors Including Biodegradation for Petroleum Hydrocarbons," by Lilian Abreu, Robert Ettinger, and Todd McAlary
  • "A Case-Study of Soil Gas Sampling in Silt and Clay-rich (Low-Permeability) Materials," by Todd McAlary, Paul Nicholson, Hester Groenevelt and David Bertrand
  • "A Compilation of Order Statistics for VOCs from Post-1990 Indoor Air Concentration Studies in North American Residences Unaffected by Subsurface Vapor Intrusion," by Helen Dawson and Todd McAlary
  • "Empirical Assessment of Ground Water"??_??to-Indoor Air Attenuation Factors for the CDOT-MTL Denver Site by Paul Johnson," Robert Ettinger, Jeff Kurtz, Rex Bryan, and Janet Kester
  • "Spatial Variability of Soil-Gas Concentrations near and beneath a Building Overlying Shallow Petroleum Hydrocarbon"??_??Impacted Soils," by Hong Luo, Paul Dahlen, Paul C. Johnson, Tom Peargin, and Todd Creamer

Geosyntec team members Todd McAlary and Robert Ettinger served on the organizing committee for this vapor intrusion issue of Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation. For more information on Geosyntec's vapor intrusion capabilities and our practice specialists, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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