SEDL / STP / STP1282-EB
Sampling Environmental Media
STP 1282 is the first publication of its kind to address the vast array of challenges involved with obtaining accurate environmental specimens for pollution evaluation and remediation.
31 comprehensive peer-reviewed papers from leading experts in the fields of chemistry, geology, engineering, biology and risk assessment explore innovative approaches to the following categories: Sampling Systems Water Safety and Risk Characterization Direct Push Sampling Sampling Media Sampling Subsurface Media Soil and Gas Sampling Innovative Measurements Sampling Quality Assurance/Quality Control.
Table of Contents
The Accelerated Development of Standards for Environmental Data Collection
A Common Sense Sampling Strategy to Expedite Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup
A Systematic Approach to Representative Sampling in the Environment
Worker Exposure During Environmental Sampling: The Hazards Involved
Knapik J., Lyons T.
Airborne Remote Sensing as a Tool for Monitoring Landfill Sites Within an Urban Environment
Elgy J., Ellis R., Hedges P.
Detailed Characterization of a Technical Impracticability Zone Using Drive Point Profiling
Ingleton R., McKenzie M., Pitkin S., Soloyanis S.
Research and Standardization Needs for Direct Push Technology Applied to Environmental Site Characterization
Investigating the Presence of Hazardous Materials in Buildings
Blaisdell P., Gustitus D.
ASTM Sampling Methods and Analytical Validation for Lead in Paint, Dust, Soil, and Air
Ashley K., Dewalt G., Feng A., McKnight M., Schlecht P., Song R.
Municipal Solid Waste Sampling and Characterization
Brokaw W., Hornberger G.
Use of Petrographic Analysis in Environmental Site Investigations: A Case Study
Gabriel W., Mason J.
Monitoring Biofouling in Source and Treated Waters: Status of Available Methods and Recommendation for Standard Guide
Use of the Hydropunch for Groundwater Plume Delineation: A Case Study
Busa M., Kraemer C., Penn W.
Cone Penetrometer Testing for Characterization and Sampling of Soil and Groundwater
Edelman S., Holguin A.
The Multiport Sampler: An Innovative Sampling Technology
Leavell D., Lee L., Malone P.
Accelerating Remedial Investigations at Closing Air Force Installations
Methods for the Collection of Subsurface Samples During Environmental Site Assessments
Estimation of Volatile Organic Compound Concentrations in the Vadose Zone: A Case Study Using Soil Gas and Soil Sample Results
Methods of Determining in Situ Oxygen Profiles in the Vadose Zone of Granular Soils
DeGroot D., Lutenegger A., Ostendorf D., Panton J., Pollock S.
Utilization of Soil Gas Monitoring to Determine Feasibility and Effectiveness of In Situ Bioventing in Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soils
Frishmuth R., Hall J., Ratz J.
Characterization of Dielectric Constant on Fine-Grained Soil Behavior
Fang H., Kaya A.
Microbeam Analysis of Heavy Element Phases in Polished Sections of Particulate Material — An Improved Insight into Origin and Bioavailability
Casuccio G., Kennedy S., Lee R., Ruby M., Slifka G.
U.S. Geological Survey Protocol for Measuring Low Levels of Inorganic Constituents, Including Trace Elements, in Surface-Water Samples
Demas C., Fitzgerald K., Horowitz A., Miller T., Rickert D.
Decontamination of Field Equipment: An Institutional Status Report
Bellandi R., Burrows V., Mickam J.
Use of Phased Approach to Sampling Soil and Sediment for Site Characterization at the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas
Soil Gas Sample Analysis Method Evaluation and Comparison
Banikowski J., Calkins C., Gabriel C.
Sample Preparation Techniques for Filtration Testing of Fly Ash with Nonwoven Geotextiles
Akram M., Gabr M.
Paper ID: STP1282-EB
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