Continuous SOIL-GAS Monitoring

Morris, Peter
April 2010
Pollution Engineering;Apr2010, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p21
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the soil-gas monitoring which is an important aspect of landfill management and in investigating a contaminated land site. It states that engineers find ways to improve continuous monitoring instruments through applying reliable, miniature infrared sensors. It mentions that to provide understanding on the processes that contribute to soil-gas production, monitoring environmental parameters and concentration should be simultaneously done.


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