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    Chapter 9 | Report Preparation

    Published: May 2015

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    In this chapter, we discuss issues associated with preparation of Phase I ESA reports. We stress the importance of a scientific approach to evaluation of data and review the concepts of findings, conclusions, opinions, and recommendations. We touch on some of the required elements of E1527, including additional investigation, data gaps, deviations, and professional statements, and we discuss some of the documentation issues facing the EPs.


    report preparation, reasonably ascertainable, recognized environmental conditions, historical recognized environmental conditions, controlled recognized environmental conditions, responsible charge, user responsibilities, user questionnaire, approximate minimum search distances, scope of services, nonscope considerations

    Committee/Subcommittee: E50.02

    DOI: 10.1520/MNL432014001209