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Environmental Engineering Handbook from C.H.I.P.S.

Environmental Field Testing and Analysis Ready Reference Handbook
by Gershon J. Shugar et al

ALL THE TECHNIQUES YOU NEED IN A SINGLE SOURCE.

Want to determine if a hazardous chemical is present in soil, air, or water? If so, in what concentration? Want to confirm that the environment is free of certain contaminants?

This unique reference shows you how to get professional answers with the best testing and analysis methods in use today. The only source that brings together testing and analytical methods for all elements of the environment, Environmental Field Testing and Analysis Ready Reference Handbook provides:

  • Simplest, most direct procedures
  • Testing and analytic methods for soil, air, and water
  • Illustrations to help you visualize every step
  • Cautions and safety warnings
  • Sources of error and measurement problems
  • Appropriate references
TEST AND ANALYZE AIR, SOIL, AND WATER - Just the thing to reduce trips between office and field, and boring searches through unfamiliar literature, this value-packed reference puts all the testing methods, techniques, and tips you need in a single place.

This handy book is ideal for anyone in environmental protection, assessment, testing, education, outdoor recreation, highways, public health and safety, emergency services, forensics, geology, surveying, or construction.

Contents

  1. Overview of Environmental Testing.
  2. Water Analyses.
  3. Solids, Gels, Oils, Sludges and Nonaqueous Substances.
  4. Air and Gas Pollutants.
  5. Residential Pollution.
  6. Noise and Thermal Pollution.
Index

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