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Estimation of background levels of contaminants






Mathematical Geology 26(3): 361-388

Estimation of background levels of contaminants

A statistical approach is described for assessing background levels in datasets from contaminated sites.

Accession: 002373113

DOI: 10.1007/bf02089229

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