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THE 34th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOILS, SEDIMENTS, WATER AND ENERGY, 15-18 OCTOBER 2018, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AT AMHERST: ABSTRACT BOOK
The Association for Environmental Health & Sciences (AEHS) Foundation, 208 pp, 2018

Over the past 33 years this conference has evolved from a meeting about underground storage tanks into one of the premier environmental conferences in the United States, attended annually by 600-800 individuals from a wide variety of disciplines, including state and federal agencies, military, industry, utilities, environmental consulting, and academia. International participation has continued to expand. Topics encompass emerging contaminants, remediation case studies, health risks, vapor intrusion, issues in environmental security, sediments, brownfields, sustainable remediation, and decision support tools. http://www.aehsfoundation.org/Member/aehsfoundation/Files/Abstract%20Book%20-%20EC2018.pdf



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