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Designing a contaminated soil sampling strategy for human health risk assessment

Abstract : Human health risk assessment is a site-based approach which provides a decision support in the framework of brownfield sites management. It is aimed at determining if an old site contamination may have harmful effects on human health in view of the planned or current use of the site. If need be it can help to formulate a remediation strategy compatible with that use.
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Laure Malherbe. Designing a contaminated soil sampling strategy for human health risk assessment. Eurolab/Eurachem International Workshop "Sampling", Nov 2001, Lisbonne, Portugal. ⟨ineris-00972242⟩

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