NICOLE Meeting Report on Site Characterisation
The workshop in  Carcassonne on 10-12 May used real contaminated land case studies     
to emphasis data acquisition for the development of robust and appropriate     
conceptual site models, combining information  on geology, biology and     
the chemistry of the subsoil. Innovative and cost effective data collection     
methods in support of the site management decision making processes     
were emphasized, rather than “wanting to know what is in the soil”.    
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Full Report of the NICOLE Workshop: Data Acquisition for a Good Conceptual Site Model, 10 – 12 May 2
Posted: 06/08/2006 By: Professor Paul Bardos