Published: Jan 1980
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Considerations for developing detailed environmental monitoring plans are described for fossil energy research, development, and demonstration facilities funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE); this approach applies as well to other fossil energy technologies not currently funded by the DOE.
This paper focuses on a systematic approach to technical and cost aspects of methods selection for chemical, physical, biological, and support parameters. Emphasis is placed on methods selection for inorganic and organic chemical parameters for both process and ambient waters.
monitoring, fossil fuels, energy, cost estimates, methods selection, analysis, water, alternative fuels, aquatic toxicology
Senior ecologist, Dalton-Dalton-Newport, Cleveland, Ohio
Biologist, Planning Research Corp., Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
Ecologist, Dalton-Dalton-Newport, Cleveland, Ohio
Geologist, Oak Ridge National Laboratories, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Air quality analyst, Monsanto Research Corp., Dayton, Ohio
Ecologist, Environmental Consulting Services, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio