Milberg Weiss, Bershad, and Lerach
San Diego, CA
Constructed a groundwater flow and solute transport model for the Superfund
site in Stringfellow, California. Model utilized to reconstruct sequence
of events leading to contamination of groundwater supply and formed key
scientific basis in the successful prosecution of a $36 million litigation
case filed by the residents of the area.
Daniel B. Stephens and Associates, Inc.
Simulated flow emanating at the surface and traversing through the vadose
zone in a highly heterogeneous groundwater reservoir at a contamination
site in California. The model utilized to identify parties responsible
for hydrocarbon contamination in the area.