Indoor Air Sampling Methods And Analyses
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- McHugh, Thomas, Douglas Hammond, Tim Nickels, and Blayne Hartman. March 2008. Use of Radon Measurements for Evaluation of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Vapor Intrusion. Environmental Forensics 9:107-114.
Discusses a method for the collection of gas samples from vapor intrusion investigation sites and the analysis of radon concentrations at an off-site laboratory.