Remediation technologies for environmental projects in the United States Military: part II.
Campbell, Joseph Aloysius.
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This thesis analyzes the performance of environmental restoration and compliance projects in the Department of Defense. The thesis is the second part of a two-part study examining project cost, schedule, and technical performance. The soundness of the reasons for a specific remediation technology selection are explored and tested. The research consists of data collection, statistical analysis, and formulating conclusions and recommendations. This thesis demonstrates that planning environmental restoration and compliance projects using formalized decision matrices can increase the likelihood of project success
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