Monitoring around World War II munition dump sites
The Baltic Sea region contains about 100 000 tons of dumped chemical warfare agents. As time passes the gun shells corrode and the risks of release of environmental toxins increases. At the Chalmers University of Technology, a unique ISO 31000-based method was developed to provide decision support regarding potentially oil-polluting monitoring at World War II chemical munitions dump sites: trawling, sediment re-suspension and arsenic spreading shipwrecks. Read more here.
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