Land Science
Month: July 2018

When to Use Continuous Monitoring to Resolve Vapor Intrusion Challenges

Several common questions arise when investigating a site for potential vapor intrusion related challenges. Often it is difficult to discern whether vapor intrusion is occurring and if so, where it is entering the building. Additionally, it is important to be

Vapor Intrusion Characterization and Management Solutions: The Case for Continuous Monitoring

Vapor intrusion is challenging to characterize for a multitude of reasons. For example, many cases involve indoor background sources, preferential subsurface migration pathways, shallow subsurface and indoor concentration dynamics, or limitations associated with manual monitoring. Typically, canisters and passive diffusion