Environmental Monitoring

Environmental monitoring is intended to assist us to learn the natural atmosphere and defend it from any undesirable outcomes of human activity. The process is a vital part of environmental effect assessments and consequences can directly define whether or not projects are given the all clear. Environmental monitoring assessments can include establishing baseline quality, uncovering environmental trends, categorizing any deviations, determining the success of projects and approving whether or not ecological goals have been met.

Environmental monitoring defines the procedures and the activities that essential to take place to describe and monitor the quality of the environment. It is an investigation system for microbiological control of classrooms and other controlled surroundings. It is a process which offers monitoring, testing and feedback to the microbiological quality levels in aseptic environments. Information gathered through environmental monitoring is important to public health experts to design effective policies. The particular features of the atmosphere to be studied are determined by environmental objectives and environmental legislation. The motive of environmental monitoring is to evaluate the progress made to attain given environmental objectives and to help notice new environmental issues.

  • Environmental contaminants
  • Methods of monitoring
  • Chromatography
  • Immunoassay
  • Biomonitoring
  • Environmental indicators
  • Air pollution index
  • Environmental disaster

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