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    標題: 以地電阻剖面法評估植生復育以及土壤電動力法復育重金屬污染之土壤
    作者: 李孫榮
    貢獻者: 環境工程與科學系
    日期: 2007
    上傳時間: 2008-07-31 16:50:58 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 台南縣:嘉南藥理科技大學環境工程與科學系
    摘要: 重金屬污染之土壤在台灣是很嚴重的問題,目前有效之整治方式包括植生復育、電動力
    法、翻轉稀釋法等。以上各種處裡方法過程中,污染物濃度變化之監測是一很耗費時間
    以及人力之工作,本研究計畫提出以連續性地電阻與感應極化法做為一有效之即時監測
    工具,以減低未來在重金屬土壤污染以及整治過程中所需檢測分析之時間與人物力。本
    研究將利用已完成之感應極化法與化學分析法二結果間之校正線,進一步的將連續性地
    電阻與感應極化法,應用於植生復育以及土壤電動力復育法中,以評估重金屬污染物之
    移動現象與去除效率。
    Heavy metal contamination has been a very serous problem in Taiwan. Effective treatment
    methods to remove heavy metals from soils include: phytoremediation, electrokinetics, soil
    dilutions, etc. During any treatment process, it is a challenging and time-consuming job to
    continuously monitor the concentration change of pollutants in the soil. The main objective of
    this research is to propose a continuous monitoring methodology utilizing time-lapse
    electrical resisivity profiling and induced polarization surveys to replace the current analytical
    methods so that any soil remediation process can be better monitored and thus optimized. In
    this study, we will apply the calibration curve we established between resistance and metal
    concentration to monitor metal mobility during phytoremediation and electrokinetic
    remediation processes.
    關聯: 計畫編號:NSC96-2221-E-041-005
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