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Site Assessment and Remediation Handbook

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By: Martin N Sara
1200 pages, 600 b/w illus
Publisher: CRC Press
Site Assessment and Remediation Handbook
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  • Site Assessment and Remediation Handbook ISBN: 9781566705776 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Links ASTM standards to the practice of site investigations. Covers statistical techniques for groundwater modelling and has a new chapter on natural attenuation.


Introduction to Site AssessmentsIntroduction to Site AssessmentsScopeHistoric Background to Site AssessmentsIntroduction to Intrinsic RemediationInnovative Characterization ToolsReferencesPhase I InvestigationsIntroduction to Phase I StudiesSite ReconnaissancePreliminary Conceptual ModePhase I General Site Assessment ReportGreenfield SitingMonitoring System EvaluationsEnvironmental Audits and Property Acquisition ReviewsAssessment Monitoring Phase I ProgramsReferencesPhase II InvestigationsPhase II ComponentsTopographic MapSoilsGeologic MappingGeophysical TechniqueHydrologySurrounding Land Use, Water Use, and Water QualityField Ecology SurveysHistorical and ArchaeologicalMethods and Tools of Holocene Fault InvestigationsAdditional Field SurveysReferencesSubsurface Field InvestigationsIntroductionBoring PlanSubsurface MethodsTest Hole SamplingDetermination of the Subsurface ProfileLogging Data From BoreholesLogging Rock Core for RodBorehole Geophysical LogsField In Situ Tests for Physical ParametersDirect Push Cone Penetration TestingPiezometersWater Level MeasurementDecommissioning of Boreholes, Piezometers, and WellsReferencesEnvironmental TestingIntroductionMeasuring Saturated Hydraulic ConductivityMethods for MeasuringBorehole Tests of Field Hydraulic ConductivityField ProceduresLaboratory AnalysesReferencesFractured Rock InvestigationsIntroductionPhase I Assessment - Fractured RockPhase II Assessment - Fractured RockGeologic MappingSurface GeophysicsBoring PlanDrilling and Logging Core HolesDown-the-Hole GeophysicsInvestigation of Borehole Condition and GeometryStereographic Projection in Site AssessmentsWell Testing MethodsMultilevel Head MeasurementsLaboratory TestsGeology/Hydrgeologic Conceptual ModelLocation and Installment of Monitoring WellsReferencesData Analysis and InterpretationIntroductionCharacterization of LithologyAquifer CharacteristicsCharacteristics of Ground-Water FlowHydrogeologic PropertiesAquifer TestsReferencesThe Conceptual ModelsIntroduction to Conceptual ModelsRegional and Site GeologyCharacteristics of the Saturated ZoneConceptual Geologic ModelsExamples of Geologic Conceptual ModelsThe Flow NetFlow Net/Conceptual ModelCorrelation of Flow Nets and Geologic StructuresConclusionsReferencesMonitoring DesignIntroduction tp Monitoring DesignRegulatory Concepts in Facility MonitoringData Analysis Required for DesignSelect Target Monitoring ZonesLocate Background and Down Gradient WellsSeparation of Adjacent Monitoring ProgramsDensity ControlFundamental Monitoring Concepts of the Vadose ZoneExample Monitoring DesignSuti Problem on Design of Ground-water Monitoring SystemsReferencesAssessment Monitoring DesignRCRA Assessment Monitoring ProgramsCERCLA RegulationsState Regulations and Assessment Monitori

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Handbook / Manual
By: Martin N Sara
1200 pages, 600 b/w illus
Publisher: CRC Press
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