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Susan C. Mravik

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Susan C. Mravik, Soil Scientist

Phone: 580-436-8553

Ms. Mravik is a Soil Scientist in GWERD. She holds an M.S. in Agronomy from the University of Illinois and a B.S. in Agronomy from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Her research areas are nanotechnology and concentrated animal feeding operations. She is currently researching the potential for groundwater contamination by endocrine-disrupting compounds from concentrated animal feeding operations and the fate and transport of inorganic nanomaterials in the subsurface.

Selected Publications

Bob, M.M., M.C. Brooks, S.C. Mravik, and A.L. Wood. (2007). “A Modified Light Transmission Visualization Method for DNAPL Saturation Measurements in 2-D Models.” Advances in Water Resources, 31, 5: 727–742.

Azadpour-Keeley, A., A.L. Wood, T.R. Lee, and S.C. Mravik. (2004). “Microbial Responses to In Situ Chemical Oxidation, Six-Phase Heating, and Steam Injection Remediation Technologies in Ground Water.” Remediation, 14, 4: 5–17.

Mravik, S.C., G.W. Sewell, R.K. Sillan, and A.L. Wood. (2003). “Field Evaluation of the Solvent Extraction Residual Biotreatment Technology.” Environ. Sci. Tech., 37, 21: 5040–5049.

Heron, G., J.S. Gierke, B. Faulkner, S. Mravik, L. Wood, and C.G. Enfield. (2002). “Pulsed Air Sparging in Aquifers Contaminated With Dense Nonaqueous Phase Liquids.” Ground Water Mon. and Remed., 22, 4: 73–82.

Mravik, S.C., G.W. Sewell, and A.L. Wood. (2000). “Cosolvent-Based Source Remediation Approaches.” In: Proceedings Second International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, California, May 22–25. Physical and Thermal Technologies, C, 2-5: 269–276.

Sewell, G.W., S.C. Mravik, and A.L. Wood. (2000). “Field Evaluation of Solvent Extraction Residual Biotreatment.” In: Proceedings Seventh International FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil (ConSoil 2000), September 18–22. Contaminated Soil 2000, 2: 982–988.

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