In the formulation of both curative and preventive soil protection policy, for various conditions quantitative standards have to foe set in terms of maximum concentration levels of potentially soil contaminating compounds. This paper indicates the importance of standardized measurement procedures and gives an outline of the various sampling and analytical procedures required for curative and preventive soil protection. Attention is also paid to statistical analysis of the data obtained and its significance in relation to the critical standards set. It is concluded that quantitative standards can only be used as meaningful criteria in conjunction with thoroughly defined procedures for measurement of field data.
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- The Importance of Measurement Procedures in Curative and Preventive Soil Protection
H. F. Bavinck
J. M. Roels
J. J. Vegter
- Springer Netherlands
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