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THREE DECADES OF VAPOR INTRUSION ASSESSMENTS - FROM J&E MODELING TO THE CURRENT ARRAY OF TOOLS
Ettinger, R., | RemTEC Summit, February 26-28, 2019, Denver, Colorado. 35 slides, 2019

Several site-specific characteristics that influence vapor intrusion (e.g., temporal variability, spatial variability, atypical preferential pathways, building-specific factors), and new tools to better assess these factors are presented. Consideration of the benefits and limitations of the various tools in the array of investigation techniques, along with the development of a defensible vapor intrusion site conceptual model and risk management decisions, will improve capabilities to implement protective and cost-effective vapor intrusion assessments. https://www.remtecsummit.com/ext/resources/Static-Pages/presentations/Robert-Ettinger.pdf



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