Characterizing soil-to-air emissions from a contamined site

Abstract : Inhalation of volatile chemicals emitted from a contaminated soil might form a major exposure route for people living on site and in the surroundings. It is essential then to quantify ambient air concentrations for characterizing such exposure and assessing the risks for human health.
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Laure Malherbe, Zbigniew Pokryszka, Laurence Rouil. Characterizing soil-to-air emissions from a contamined site. NICOLE Network Meeting, Apr 2002, Pise, Italy. ⟨ineris-00972365⟩

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