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REMEDIATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT: RESEARCH MEETS PRACTICE — REMEDIATE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 19-20 SEPTEMBER 2018, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST


The REMEDIATE Innovative Training Network [ http://www.remediate.eu/ ] comprises eight beneficiaries from five EU member states—the UK, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, and Italy—and 18 partner organizations. All participants in the project are committed to providing innovative research and training for more cost-effective and sustainable remediation of contaminated land. The network is a multidisciplinary collaboration between international research teams from academia and industry, each with complementary expertise in a wide range of site investigation and risk assessment technologies. The abstracts of this conference present the work across seven universities as organized in four themes: Contaminated Land Biology; Site Modeling, Risk Assessment and Risk Communication; Chemical Analysis, Monitoring and Prediction; and Advances in Land Management and Resource Recovery. http://www.remediate.eu/RemediateFilestore/Conference2018/Filetoupload,835230,en.pdf



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