Maps of factors contributing to groundwater contamination risk have been produced for a sector of the province of Milan to support decision-making in land planning and management. Risk assessment has considered factors related to: natural vulnerability, hazard due to human activities and costs resulting from pollution. In order to evaluate existing hazard, a specific census was carried out over the area and industrial, agricultural and quarrying activities were mapped. Industrial activities were first divided into 4 groups according to national waste type regulation. The number of data and the density of mapped factors necessitated the use of a land information system for data storage and management and map design. -Authors

Bonomi, T., Cavallin, A., Cerutti, P., Rotondaro, G. (1994). Groundwater risk assessment: initial metodology for highly developed areas. Case study in the province of Milan. TERRA NOVA, 6(2), 195-201 [10.1111/j.1365-3121.1994.tb00653.x].

Groundwater risk assessment: initial metodology for highly developed areas. Case study in the province of Milan

BONOMI, TULLIA;
1994

Abstract

Maps of factors contributing to groundwater contamination risk have been produced for a sector of the province of Milan to support decision-making in land planning and management. Risk assessment has considered factors related to: natural vulnerability, hazard due to human activities and costs resulting from pollution. In order to evaluate existing hazard, a specific census was carried out over the area and industrial, agricultural and quarrying activities were mapped. Industrial activities were first divided into 4 groups according to national waste type regulation. The number of data and the density of mapped factors necessitated the use of a land information system for data storage and management and map design. -Authors
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
groundwater contamination; hazard; pollution; risk assessment
English
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Bonomi, T., Cavallin, A., Cerutti, P., Rotondaro, G. (1994). Groundwater risk assessment: initial metodology for highly developed areas. Case study in the province of Milan. TERRA NOVA, 6(2), 195-201 [10.1111/j.1365-3121.1994.tb00653.x].
Bonomi, T; Cavallin, A; Cerutti, P; Rotondaro, G
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