This book addresses questions of relevance to governments and industry in many countries around the world, in particular concerning the link between contaminated-land-management programs and the protection of drinking water resources and the potential effects of climate changes on the availability of these same resources. On the aproblema side, it reports and analyzes methodologies and experiences in monitoring and characterization of drinking water resources (at basin, country and continental scales), pollution prevention, assessment of background quality and of impacts on safety and public health from land and water contamination and impacts of climate change. On the asolutiona side, the book presents results from national cleanup programs, recent advances in research into groundwater and soil remediation techniques, treatment technologies, research needs and information sources, land and wastewater management approaches aimed at the protection of drinking water.(http://www.epa.gov/region4/waste/ots/healtbul.htm - hhremed) USEPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) (2001) Risk assessment guidance for Superfund, vol I, Human health evaluation manual, Part D, Standardized planning, reporting, and review of Superfund risk assessment ... Washington, DC USEPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) (2006) Frequent questions from risk assessors on theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clean Soil and Safe Water|
|Author||:||Francesca F. Quercia, Dragana Vidojevic|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-11-17|