Typical Problems of Monitoring Soil and Groundwater

Translating problems into challenges
  • C. C. D. F. van Ree


In this paper attention is focused not just on technical problems related to monitoring of soil and groundwater. A view is also presented on the development process of innovative field screening techniques and the aspects hampering the introduction of this technology. Communication, acceptance by stakeholders, and economic aspects are important factors which require more attention.


Monitoring Soil Technology Push Contamination Plume Remediation Design Characterization Technology 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. C. D. F. van Ree
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  1. 1.GeoDelftDelftThe Netherlands

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