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Fractured Bedrock Guidance for Contaminated Sites Practitioners

Report on Fractured bedrock Field Methods and Analytical Tools

Volume I  Main Report
Volume II  Appendices


Practitioners and others with interests in contaminated sites should be aware that this report has not been adopted in whole or in part by the Ministry of Environment of British Columbia. While every effort has been made to incorporate the best available science,  it should be used solely as scientific review and commentary by the reader and applied in practice solely at the readers discretion and responsibility. This disclaimer is consistent with SABCS policy.

Request for Comment

The Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites in British Columbia is soliciting comment on the documents which together constitute a report to the BC Ministry of Environment on recommendations on field methods and analytical tools for contaminated sites investigation in British Columbia. Comments will be reviewed and considered by the SABCS, and will be much appreciated.
Please send your comments to the Science Advisory Board for contaminated Sites by email or email attachment to Comments received by July 31, 2010 will be most useful in further refinement of this work. However comments at any time on SABCS work are always appreciated.

Notice on Intellectual Property

Readers are reminded that these documents are provided for the personal technical and scientific benefit of practitioners and may not be reproduced for commercial use in whole or in part without the express written consent of the Science Advisory Board for Contaminated Sites in British Columbia.



Last modified: June 22, 2010