Environmental analysis

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Environmental analysis is the use of analytical chemistry and other techniques to study the environment. The purpose of this is commonly to monitor and study levels of pollutants in the atmosphere, rivers and other specific settings.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roger N. Reeve, John D. Barnes (1994), Environmental Analysis, ISBN 978-0-471-93833-0