1995 Edition, March 15, 1995
Standard Guide for Developing Conceptual Site Models for Contaminated Sites
Includes all amendments and changes through Reapproval Notice , 2014
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Description / Abstract:
This guide is intended to assist in the development of
conceptual site models to be used for the following: (1)
integration of technical information from various sources,
(2) support the selection of sample locations for
establishing background concentrations of substances, (3)
identify data needs and guide data collection activities, and
(4 ) evaluate the risk to human health and the environment
posed by a contaminated site. This guide generally describes the
major components of conceptual site models, provides an outline for
developing models, and presents an example of the parts of a model.
This guide does not provide a detailed description of a
site-specific conceptual site model because conditions at
contaminated sites can vary greatly from one site to another.