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Below is a list of studies and resources along with their external links that others have done regarding the use, performance, and application of Geoprobe® Direct Image® technologies. 

EPA's description of High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC).  The EPA shows the use of MIP in the creation of the HRSC model as well as the remedial benefits.

A link to the EPA's website showing the EPA's endorsement of the MIP system.

Case Study - Vertex Environmental: Innovative use of the MIP and LIF to direct in-situ remediation.  Presented May 2012 at the RPIC Conference.

Case Study- S2C2: High Resolution Site Characterization using MiHpt Logging to Optimize an Electrical Resonance Heating System.  By Todd Morgan and Tom Koester.

View the NJDEP Site Remediation Program, Groundwater Technical Guidance, April 2012. See how the state of New Jersey is using using and promoting direct sensing techniques prior to remediation.
Section Field Methods for Detecting Free and Residual Product P.23
Section Vertical Profiling Techniques P.24-25.

Application of the Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT) System: "Application of Direct Push Methods to Investigate Uranium Distribution in an Alluvial Aquifer." by Wesley McCall, Thomas Christy, Thomas Christopherson, and Howard Issacs. Published in the journal Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation, Fall 2009.

Delineation of Chlorobenzenes using a membrane interface probe to support sustainable brownfields redevelopment at a former landfill site in Camden, NJ. Project results posted by Traid

Abstract: "Expediting Sustainable Brownsfields Redevelopment by Applying Triad using the Membrane Interface Probe." by Maria D. Watt, Michael Burlingame, Jessica R. Beattie, Melissa Koberle and Brad Carlson. Published Sept. 2010 in the journal Remediation.

Abstract: "Carry-Over Effects of the Membrane Interface Probe." by Jan Bumberger, Dirk Radny, Andreas Berndsen, Tobias Goblirsch, Johannes Falchowsky and Peter Dietrich. Published in the Journal Ground Water, August 2012.

ASTM Standard for the Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

EPA's recomendation: Tools and resources to assist in contaminated sites characterization and monitoring.

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