Climate-influenced hydrobiogeochemistry and groundwater remedy design: A review

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Warner, Scott D., Bekele, Dawit, Nathanail, Paul, Chadalavada, Sreeni and Naidu, Ravi. 2023. "Climate-influenced hydrobiogeochemistry and groundwater remedy design: A review ." Remediation: the journal of environmental cleanup costs, technologies and techniques. 33 (3), pp. 187-207. https://doi.org/10.1002/rem.21753
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Climate-influenced hydrobiogeochemistry and groundwater remedy design: A review

ERA Journal ID201447
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsWarner, Scott D., Bekele, Dawit, Nathanail, Paul, Chadalavada, Sreeni and Naidu, Ravi
Journal TitleRemediation: the journal of environmental cleanup costs, technologies and techniques
Journal Citation33 (3), pp. 187-207
Number of Pages21
Year2023
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Place of PublicationUnited States
ISSN1051-5658
1520-6831
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1002/rem.21753
Web Address (URL)https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/rem.21753
Abstract

The process of designing a remedy for contaminated groundwater historically has not commonly included climate-future, hydrologic, and biogeochemical aquifer characteristics. From experience, the remedy design process also has not consistently nor directly integrated or projected future hydrologic and biogeochemical effects of the human-induced or developed environment—aka the anthropogenic influence—on potential remedy performance. The apparent practice of (1) not regularly assessing anthro-influenced hydrological (termed here as anthrohydrology) or biogeochemical characteristics (collectively hydrobiogeochemistry) of a site and (2) rarely accounting for future climatic shifts as design factors in remedy design may be due, in part, to the general practice-level view that groundwater remediation systems (whether in situ or ex situ) have seldom been anticipated to last more than a few years (or one or two decades at the most). Second, methods to reliably and quantitatively estimate site-specific, climate-future shifts in groundwater conditions using global and/or regional climate models and the resultant impacts on contaminant plume characteristics have not been readily available. The authors here suggest that while the concept of remedy design resilience and durability, within an envelope of climate change and anthropogenic influence, has been discussed in some technical circles as a component of “sustainable remediation,” we have found that direct application of these technical concepts in quantifiable terms remains rare. By incorporating the potential influence of future hydrobiogeochemical scenarios into remedy design, however, the design process could account for reasonable climate-induced influence on the groundwater system for a given site. These scenarios could then be applied within the remedy selection process to assess performance durability under potentially changing hydrologic, biological, and chemical conditions.

ANZSRC Field of Research 202041. Environmental Sciences
Byline AffiliationsUniversity of Newcastle
Land Quality Management, United Kingdom
University of Southern Queensland
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