One million people a month die from lack of clean water and sanitation, and millions more die every year from various forms of industrial pollution. This book outlines techniques for identifying the source of a contaminant release, when the release occurred, and the extent of human exposure.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins : Chapter 1 Applications of Environmental Forensics Brian L. Murphy Chapter 2 Site History: The First Tool of the Environmental Forensics Team Shelley Bookspan, A.J. Gravel, and Julie Corley Chapter 3 Photogrammetry, photointerpretation, and Digital Imaging and Mapping in Environmental Forensics James I. Ebert Chapter 4 The Measurement Process Dallas Wait and Charles Ramsey Chapter 5 Statistical Methods Thomas D. Gauthier and Mark Hawley Chapter 6 Statistical Tools for Ratio Data Michael E. Ginevan Chapter 7 Principal Components Analysis and Receptor Models in Environmental Forensics Glenn W. Johnson, Robert Ehrlich, William Full and Scott Ramos Chapter 8 Recepter Models for Source Apportionment of Suspended Particles John G. Watson and Judith C. Chow Chapter 9 Chemical Fingerprinting Methods Gregory S. Douglas, Stephen D. Emsbo-Mattingly, Scott A. Stout, Allen D. Uhler, and Kevin J. McCarthy Chapter 10 Application of Stable Isotopes and Radio Isotopes in Environmental Forensics R. Paul Philp and Emi
- Data Publicarii : 01 May 2007
- Editie : 2 Rev ed
- Format : Hardback
- Numar pagini : 776
- ISBN : 9780123695222