Interaction Between the Regulator and Practitioners in the Field of Environmental Investigations
An Introduction to a Multiparameter Approach to Improve the Reliability of Environmental Crime Evidence
Environmental Litigation Issues in Taiwan and the Forensics Strategies of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Contaminated Sites
Forensic Investigations in Complex Pollution Cases Involving PCBs, Dioxins and Furans: Potential Pitfalls and Tips
A Forensic Methodology for Investigating PCE Releases from a Dry Cleaning Facility
δ13C and δ37Cl on Gas-Phase TCE for Source Identification Investigation - Innovative Solvent-Based Sampling Method
Characterisation and Modeling of Dust in a Semi-Arid Construction Environment
Assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in an Urban Soil Dataset
Micro-Bubbles Oxygen Injection in Groundwater Contaminated by Organic Biodegradable Compounds and Metals
Heavy Metal Contamination in Selected Electronic Waste Dumpsites in Lagos, Nigeria
Evidence for Acid Mine Drainage in an Urban Stream in the West Midlands
A Practical Evaluation of Petrogenic and Biogenic Methane Sources in the Context of Redevelopment and Explosive Hazard Management in Los Angeles, California
About this book
This publication is based on peer-reviewed manuscripts from the 2014 International Network of Environmental Forensics (INEF) Conference held at St John's College, Cambridge. INEF is an organization founded by environmental forensic scientists for the express purpose of sharing and disseminating environmental forensic information to the international scientific community.
Providing a wide range of up to date topics on the advancement and refinement of environmental forensic techniques, this book ensures the reader gets a good understanding of the scope of environmental forensics. Aimed at scientists, regulators, academics and consultants throughout the world, this professionally edited book is the fourth of a series of INEF conference publications chronicling the current state of the art in environmental forensics.