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Short description Environmental forensics is emerging as a useful interdisciplinary method of investigation used in developing and resolving cases of environmental contamination. This book is the first guide to this important field, offering crucial step-by-step guidance on the practice of environmental forensics.
From the contents The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth.
A Legacy of Waste and Chemical Pollution.
Introduction to Environmental Law.
An Introduction to Insurance Coverage for Environmental Losses.
Site Histories: The Paper Trail How and Why to Follow It.
The Forensic Application of Contaminant Transport Models.
Forensic Applications of Environmental Health Sciences.
Why Use Visuals.
Evidence Issues: Getting Expert Opinions Past the Judicial Gatekeeper and Into Evidence.