Land pollution

  • G. P. Bishop
  • J. L. E. Flack
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Abstract

Polluted land may be defined as land within or upon which substances are present at concentrations that may cause harm to the health of humans or any other living organisms and to the functioning of ecosystems.

Keywords

Sensor System Landfill Site Remedial Action Desk Study Land Pollution 
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