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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Engineer Manual No. 200-1-15, 447 pp, 2018

This manual provides the USACE Project Delivery Team with the processes for executing the technical aspects of all munitions response (MR) projects, including those investigation and remedial activities conducted under CERCLA. In addition to MR project planning and reporting, this guide provides information on geospatial data and systems, geophysical investigation methodologies, munitions constituents characteristics and analytical methodologies, site characterization strategies, planning strategies for remedial or removal actions, hazard and risk assessment, and planning considerations for specific munitions constituents for remedial or removal actions. https://www.publications.usace.army.mil/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=mD3NRQUt4gM%3d&tabid=16439&portalid=76&mid=43544

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