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Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Paper (YSOPP) Awards 2003 Veronique Naudet

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Veronique Naudet

Veronique Naudet
Veronique Naudet

HS Hydrological Sciences

The 2003 Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Paper (YSOPP) Award is awarded to Veronique Naudet for the poster/PICO entitled:

Geolectrical methods applied on a contaminated site : the Entressen landfill case study (south-eastern France) (Naudet, V.; Revil, A.; Bottero, J.-Y.)

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In organic contaminated sites, it is possible to get some information about in situ redox potential conditions from electrical potential measurements performed passively at the ground surface (the so-called “self-potential signals”). This electrical signals probably result from electron tranfer through redox fronts and are associated with the presence of biofilms.