'Chemical Analysis of Contaminated Land' explores how to choose the appropriate analyses, provides relevant strategies for carrying out analyses, and discusses methods of interpreting results within the new risk-based legislative framework for contaminated land. The book addresses all aspects of analysis, from delivery of samples to the laboratory to the presentation of results to clients. The editors provide concentrated, tabular data, highlight problems of analysis, and propose solutions. Special features include in-depth coverage of asbestos and techniques of ecotoxicity measurement. Designed for use by chemists, scientists, or engineers responsible for analyzing potentially contaminated soil or water samples, 'Chemical Analysis of Contaminated Land' is written in a style that helps both new and experienced practitioners. This book distills the expertise and experience of the authors to provide a one-stop resource on the chemical analysis of contaminated land.