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    Chapter 11 | Scope of Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

    Published: May 2015

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    In this chapter, we learn that E1903 changed in 2011 from a standard guide to a standard practice. This represents a significant change to the way in which the ESAs are conducted. The scoping process enables the consultant and the user to establish a mutually acceptable process that is based on scientific principles. The consultant designs the process. A thorough understanding of the objectives, needs, limitations, and requirements is crucial in the determination of the appropriate scope of the work. In this chapter, we introduce the potential diversity of Phase II ESAs, which will be further demonstrated by examples and case studies in the subsequent chapters.


    phase II ESI, phase II assessor, phase II Scope, phase II objectives, standard practice

    Committee/Subcommittee: E50.02

    DOI: 10.1520/MNL432014001211