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Abstract

The spectral induced polarization (SIP) technique holds great promise for detecting oil contaminated sites due to its sensitivity to physicochemical processes occurring during intrinsic bioremediation. Many studies have investigated the SIP response due to oil contamination; however, the mechanisms resulting in the SIP response resulting from oil contamination are not completely understood. An oil spill at Bemidji, MN occurred in 1979, when a high pressure crude oil pipeline ruptured, releasing 1,700,000 L of oil.

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2012-03-25
2020-10-21
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