Site Characterization

Site Characterization

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Among the tasks the students will learn how to perform are assisting the research of a site's background for data that a project manager will use in the development of a site sampling plan; meeting representative sampling objectives and quality control/quality assurance objectives; preparing to go onsite for a sampling event; monitoring a site for potentially hazardous atmospheres; following the sampling plan in collecting samples from various media (e.g., soil, surface water, ground water, and containers); troubleshooting under unforeseen circumstances; preparing samples for transport to the laboratory; documenting field activities; communicating with laboratory personnel; and interpreting lab reports, including the validation of quality control data.Soil - which is comprised of minerals, organic matter, water and air - is classified according to grain size: fine-grained soils are clay or silt and ... Acquire from the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) the following standards: D 2487, which is the Standard Classification of Soils ... Obtain a manual auger and arrange for permission to dig at least one hole (e.g., at school or in your own yard ).

Title:Site Characterization
Author: Hmtri, Hazardous Materials Training and Research Institute
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1997-10-31

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