322 pages | 111 Color Illus.
Fundamentals of Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation examines all aspects of environmental site assessment and remediation and outlines the interdisciplinary skills needed to work in the field. It provides a comprehensive overview for students, environmental professionals, and real estate developers, and includes the latest environmental regulations, environmental site assessment and remediation practices, and industry standards. It examines pollution sources and the related impacts on drinking water supplies, the associated health risks, and how to protect water resources. The monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and soil is explained, as well as vapor intrusion. It will include several practical case studies throughout.
Includes the latest and best practices for environmental site assessment and remediation procedures.
Presents a multidisciplinary approach, including environmental forensics, nanotechnology, microbiology (DNA technology) and isotopes, etc.
Examines various pollutants and their related impacts on drinking water supplies, the associated health risks, and how to protect water resources.
Presents the best practices for the monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and soil.
Covers the latest environmental regulations and industry standards.
Site remediation related laws and regulations. Pollution sources and drinking water protection. Human health risk assessment in site remediation. Groundwater hydrology, soil and groundwater assessment and monitoring. Environmental Forensics technology in site assessment and remediation. Vapor intrusion. Conventional site remediation. In-situ treatment. Nano-technology in site remediation. Environmental micro-biology and bio-remediation. Environmental Statistics methods. Laboratory analytical methods. Index.