Soil and Sediment Contamination
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1532-0383. ISSN (electronic): 1549-7887.
When it comes to assessing and mitigating contaminated soils and sediments, there is no substitute for having the very latest tools, techniques and methodologies at your fingertips to help you deal with these issues efficiently and cost-effectively. This is just the kind of essential expertise you'll only find in Soil and Sediment Contamination. This bimonthly, internationally peer-reviewed publication focuses on soil and sediment contamination from: Sludges; Petroleum; Petrochemicals Chlorinated hydrocarbons; Pesticides; Lead and other heavy metals. Get detailed descriptions of all the latest and most efficient offsite and in situ remediation techniques, strategies for assessing health effects and hazards, and tips for dealing with everyday regulatory and legal issues. With the state-of-the-art tools that Soil and Sediment Contamination provides, you can successfully assess, mitigate, and solve both rural and urban soil contamination problems as efficiently and economically as possible. Receive scientific and technical information, data, and critical analysis in: Analytical chemistry Site assessment; Risk assessment issues; Environmental fate; Risk management; Environmental modeling; Regulatory programs and policies; Remediation technologies/Corrective actions; Legal considerations.
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