By Danny Reible, Tomas Lanczos
In this article, drawn from shows and dialogue at a could 2005 NATO complex examine Workshop, present ways to the review and remediation of infected sediments are mentioned with emphasis on in-situ administration. The textual content addresses actual, chemical and organic ways for the overview and remediation of sediments. the improvement of regulatory and strategic ways is mentioned with emphasis at the strength for organic remediation within the administration of infected sediments.
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A framework of risk assessment and management for sediment reclamation in the Venice Lagoon Persistent and toxic pollutants, as well as nutrients, of both industrial and municipal origin are distributed over the whole Venice lagoon sediment, and heavily contaminated hotspots were identified in the innermost, industrial harbour canals. Taking to account the Water Framework Directive and national/local regulations, the DPSIR framework, proposed by European Environmental Agency, was implemented to support the decision-making and management process.
SedNet focused on contamination issues, rather than on such sediment quantity issues. 3. Assessment of contaminated sediment For the assessment of contaminated sediment, there is not one ‘best’ method available. Each specific management question requires a tailormade solution. Chemical analysis can be used to determine concentrations of selected hazardous chemicals and then it can be checked if the concentrations exceed pre-defined standards or guideline values. Using bioassays can test the toxic effects of sediment on organisms.
1. 1. g. for dredging operations) such as London Convention revised in 2000, OsloParis Convention revised in 2004 and Helsinki Convention (1992). Their purpose and primary aim is the environmentally sound disposal (relocation) of dredged material into the sea. Due to national implementation of international convention and EU Directives, the European member countries have developed special dredged material guidelines with different (limited) competences in practice (Sednet, 2004). The recently adopted Water Framework Directive (WFD) (2000/60/EC) is an attempt to provide a more integrated approach to water management at the river basin level.
Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments (NATO Science Series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences) by Danny Reible, Tomas Lanczos