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Contaminated Soil ’88

Second International TNO/BMFT Conference on Contaminated Soil, 11–15 April 1988, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany

  • K. Wolf
  • W. J. Van Den Brink
  • F. J. Colon

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxvi
  2. Behaviour of Contaminants

    1. Anorganic compounds

      1. C. W. Versluijs, Th. G. Aalbers, D. M. M. Adema, J. W. Assink, C. A. M. van Gestel, I. H. Anthonissen
        Pages 11-21
      2. S. E. A. T. M. van der Zee, W. H. van Riemsdijk, F. A. M. de Haan
        Pages 23-32
      3. W. van der Galiën, L. G. C. M. Urlings, W. P. van Oosterom
        Pages 51-53
      4. C. A. M. Van Gestel, D. M. M. Adema, J. L. M. De Boer, P. De Jong
        Pages 63-65
      5. H. A. Van Der Sloot, J. Wijkstra, G. J. De Groot
        Pages 71-74
    2. Orgamic compounds

  3. Site Investigation and Analysis

    1. H. F. Bavinck, J. M. Roels, J. J. Vegter
      Pages 125-133
    2. H. Kerndorff, G. Milde, R. Schleyer, J.-D. Arneth, H. Dieter, U. Kaiser
      Pages 135-149
    3. Istvan Bogardi, William E. Kelly, O. Mazac
      Pages 151-161
    4. F. P. J. Lamé, R. Bosman, P. R. Defize, F. C. van Geer, J. Lambert
      Pages 171-178
    5. R. J. P. M. Platenburg, H. Tuinhof, A. P. Bot, B. V. Iwaco
      Pages 209-211
    6. H. H. Rump, K. Herklotz, T. Cordt
      Pages 213-215
    7. W. P. van Oosterom, L. G. C. M. Urlings, M. A. C. M. Huybregts, D. van der Eyk
      Pages 227-229
    8. D. Appel, M. Pöppelbaum
      Pages 235-237
    9. W. Lux, B. Hintze, H. Piening
      Pages 265-267

About this book

Introduction

W.A. de Jong President of TNO Until some decades ago man supposed that the resilience of the environment was unlimited. He thought he could draw heavily on nature with impunity and that he could infinitely dump his waste into the environment. We have come to know better now: virtually everyone is well aware that one cannot just go on burdening the environment of man, animal and plant to such an extent. TNO, the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, is among those research institutions that are working on economically feasible solutions for pollution problems resulting from human activities. Soil contamination and remediation feature as important topics in TNO's environmental research programme. In view of the international scope of the problem, TNO organized an international conference on this subject in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in November 1985, which met with a worldwide response from the scientific community as well as from governments and industry. The international interest taken in soil contamination is underlined by the fact that the Second International Conference on Contaminated Soil takes place in a country where remedial action is being given high political priority.

Keywords

Filtration Glas Infiltration Water pollution bacterial degradation biomass contaminants hazard human health pollution residue residues soil pollution soil quality toxicology

Editors and affiliations

  • K. Wolf
    • 1
  • W. J. Van Den Brink
    • 2
  • F. J. Colon
    • 3
  1. 1.State Ministry for the EnvironmentFree and Hanseatic City of HamburgFederal Republic of Germany
  2. 2.TNO Corporate Communication DepartmentThe HagueThe Netherlands
  3. 3.TNO Division of Technology for SocietyApeldoornThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-2807-7
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7763-7
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-2807-7
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