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Méthode normalisée triade d’évaluation du risque pour les écosystèmes du sol au travers d’un cas appliqué

Abstract : The International Standard ISO 19204 “Soil quality - Procedure for site specific ecological risk assessment of soil contamination (Soil quality TRIAD approach)” provides a methodological framework for the application of three combined lines of evidence (chemistry, ecotoxicology and ecology) to conduct a site specific ecological risk assessment. The soil quality TRIAD approach is conceived as a tiered stepwise approach. The assessment of this method by ensuring the feasibility and constraints of newly developed evaluation methods and the relevance of their implementation in a regulatory context is part of the mission of Ineris with respect to technical support to public authorities and industry. To achieve this goal, the method was applied on a selected field site. It was possible to achieve an assessment to the end, but it required the use of expert judgement since the method is not prescriptive enough with regards to certain points that are considered to be critical. Among these points can be quoted the interpretation of the calculated integrated risk score and the uncertainty threshold that triggers the use of more complex tools. Where possible, recommandations were made to improve the use of the method.
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Nicolas Pucheux, Sandrine Andres, Pascal Pandard. Méthode normalisée triade d’évaluation du risque pour les écosystèmes du sol au travers d’un cas appliqué. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2017, 2016-2017, pp.60-61. ⟨ineris-01869672⟩



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