Research and analysis
Passive monitoring techniques: feasibility study
A feasibility study into passive monitoring techniques.
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Passive monitoring techniques are a recently developed range of tools for the detection and measurement of contaminants in, primarily, water and air. Under certain circumstances, they can also provide information about pollutant concentrations in soil and sediment.