edited by Robert D. Morrison and Brian L. Murphy
This book is a one-stop reference on the study of environmental forensics, which has grown in recent years. Bringing together the latest information from internationally known professors, researchers, and consultants, it provides an overview of the chemistry of contaminants, current analytical methods used for detection, identification of natural and anthropogenic sources, and various forensic techniques. It is a hands-on guide for environmental scientists, engineers, consultants, and industrial scientists.
2006 / 541 pages