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1 January 2005 Assessing and Managing Contaminated Sediments: Part II, Evaluating Risk and Monitoring Sediment Remedy Effectiveness
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This is the second of a two-part review of the current state-of-the-science pertaining to the assessment and management of contaminated sediments. The goal of this review is to introduce some of the major technical and policy issues stemming from the assessment and management of contaminated sediments, highlight a number of aspects of contaminated sediment assessment and management found to be successful, and, when appropriate, address the barriers that still exist for improving contaminated sediment management. In Part I (Apitz et al. 2005), the key elements of an effective investigation and risk evaluation strategy were reviewed, beginning with the development of a conceptual site model (CSM) and including a discussion of some of the key factors influencing the design of sediment investigations and ecological risk assessment of sediment-bound chemicals on aquatic biota. In this paper, Part II, various approaches are reviewed for evaluating sediment risk and monitoring sediment remedy effectiveness. While many of the technical and policy issues described in this review are relevant to dredged material management, the focus of this paper is on sediment assessment for environmental management.

Sabine E. Apitz, John W. Davis, Ken Finkelstein, David W. Hohreiter, Robert Hoke, Richard H. Jensen, Joe Jersak, Victoria J. Kirtay, E. Erin Mack, Victor S. Magar, David Moore, Danny Reible, and Ralph G. Stahl Jr. "Assessing and Managing Contaminated Sediments: Part II, Evaluating Risk and Monitoring Sediment Remedy Effectiveness," Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 1(1), (1 January 2005). https://doi.org/10.1897/IEAM_2004a-002e.1
Received: 10 December 2003; Accepted: 19 July 2004; Published: 1 January 2005
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