A comprehensive and practical overview of the state of the science,
Soil Quality Standards for Trace Elements: Derivation,
Implementation, and Interpretation addresses the derivation of soil
quality standards for trace elements and the implementation of
these standards within regulatory and risk assessment frameworks.
Forty experts from 11 countries across Europe, Asia, and North
America-a multidisciplinary group of government policy makers and
regulators, academics, industry representatives, and
consultants-provide a focused discussion on the science and methods
underpinning the derivation of soil quality standards for trace
elements. Outlines the supporting science for setting environmental
and human health standards Covers the application and practical use
of soil quality standards for trace elements Contains
recommendations on the development and use of soil quality
standards for trace elements Identifies best practices in
accounting for (bio)availability and exposure modelling in standard
setting for soils The book provides a clear description of how to
derive and implement soil quality standards for trace elements in
order to assess human and environmental risks. It covers scientific
developments useful for resolving discrepancies in the setting and
implementation of soil quality standards. It provides useful tips,
including do's, and don'ts on how to deal with issues such as
variation of the natural background and soil type dependent
|Country of origin:
• Ilse Schoeters
||Electronic book text
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