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A compilation of all pertinent information on the state-of-the-art in soil-gas sensing as it relates to the detection of subsurface organic contaminants are covered in this publication. Soil organic vapor monitoring has been shown to be a cost effective means of delineating the size and movement of organic contaminants in the subsurface. Content: Front Matter • List of Figures • List of Tables • Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Site Specific Parameter Considerations 3. Transport and Retention of Dissolved and Immiscible Organic Chemicals in Soil and Ground-Water 4. Measurement Methodologies 5. Analytical Methodologies 6. Statistical Treatment of Soil Organic Vapor Measurements 7. Case Studies 8. Summary and Conclusions Subject Index
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