USING THE TRIAD IN SITE SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF CONTAMINATED SOIL

@inproceedings{Mesman2006USINGTT,
  title={USING THE TRIAD IN SITE SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT OF CONTAMINATED SOIL},
  author={M Mesman and M Rutgers and J Jensen},
  year={2006}
}
  • Mesman M, Rutgers M, Jensen J
  • Published 2006
As described in the previous chapter, the Triad is a powerful weight of evidence approach originally developed in order to evaluate sediment quality (Long and Chapman 1985). In the terrestrial compartment less experience is available on the practical use of the Triad. This chapter describe the use of Triad in more detail and gives an insight into some of the important decisions risk assessors have to make when conducting the Triad in practise, e.g. how to scale, weight and integrate the outcome… CONTINUE READING

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