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Site Modelling, Risk Assessment, and Risk Communication

 

Site Modelling, Risk Assessment, and Risk Communication sessions looked at research to help us make decisions about how dangerous any contamination is, and how we can best communicate with everyone involved with a contaminated site.

 

The sessions were co-chaired by Fred Coulon, Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology at the Cranfield Water Science Institute, Cranfield University, England (Read more about Professor Coulon here), and Dr Alex Lee, Technical Director at WSP, Chair of SoBRA (Society of Brownfield Risk Assessors). Learn more about Dr Lee here

 

Site Modelling, Risk Assessment, & Risk Communication - Session 1

SMRARC7
Tatiana Cocerva
Queen’s University Belfast

How can oral bioaccessibility improve the human health risk assessment of inorganic contaminants? Case study: metropolitan area of Belfast

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SMRARC1
Darren Beriro
British Geological Survey

Measuring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons release from soil in artificial sebum – steps toward a physiologically based in vitro dermal bioavailability test

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SMRARC5
Russell Thomas
WSP

Assessing the environmental legacy of the manufactured gas industry in the UK and Europe

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SMRARC6
Steve Owen
RSK Ltd

Non-intrusive advances in site characterisation to maximise value during land management

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Site Modelling, Risk Assessment, & Risk Communication - Session 2

SMRARC2
Darren Beriro
British Geological Survey

Ground Risk Prioritisation Tool for brownfield redevelopment projects

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SMRARC3
Sabrina Cipullo
Cranfield University

Linking bioavailability of complex mixture to toxicity changes to assess recovery of contaminated soil

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SMRARC4
Neha Mehta
University of Turin

Linking bioaccessibility and solid-phase distribution of heavy metals in soils and extractive waste from abandoned mine site: A case study from Campello Monti, NW Italy

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SMRARC8
Jack Lort
British Geological Survey

Dermal Bioavailability of PAHs: The Route Forward

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