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Brownfields IV. Paper Listing. Brownfield Site Rehabilitation: A Canadian Perspective.

Brownfields IV. Author(s): C. N. Brooks. Author(s): K. H. Tiedemann.

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chemicals that are found at brownfield sites, risk and damage assessment seems . to represent an important foundation in the development of effective. environmental management of brownfields. respiratory effects on human health caused by inorganic compounds; iv) damage. to ecosystem quality caused by ecotoxic emissions; v) damage to ecosystem  . On Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfields, eds. A. Donati, C. Rossi, C. Brebbia, Wessex Inst.

An interdisciplinary approach is essential for the successful regeneration of brownfield sites. Such development embraces a wide range of issues including cleanup and economic redevelopment, legislation and the prominent roles of ownership and investment, the latter points being complicated by varying international approaches. Strong community participation is also involved.

Brownfields 2010 Papers from the conference will also be hosted online at the WIT eLibrary as Volume 43 of WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment (Online ISSN: 1743-3517).

5th International Conference on Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfield Sites. 14 - 16 September 2010 Algarve, Portugal. Papers from the conference will also be hosted online at the WIT eLibrary as Volume 43 of WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment (Online ISSN: 1743-3517).

Publication Brownfields IV. Rehabilitation of brownfields, particularly those which are contaminated can be. .Fundamental to this process is the analysis of the risks involved and the development of the appropriate strategies. Rehabilitation of brownfields, particularly those which are contaminated can be an expensive undertaking and requires not only technical solutions but the involvement of financial, regulatory and community stakeholders  . Those need to be weighted against the economic and social benefits of brownfield development, to assess the general viability of the redevelopment.

Containing papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Prevention, Assessment, Rehabi.

This volume contains the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfield Sites that was held in Cephalonia (Greece) in May 2008. Brownfield development is in most cases essential to attract new business to the locality and for the creation of healthy communities. Therefore, there is a great need for deeper research and study of all aspects of the problem - technical, institutional, financial, social - and an exchange of ideas, know-how and experience among experts and scientists. The proceedings have been arranged into the following sections: Rehabilitation of Brownfields; Development Issues; Remediation Studies and Technologies; Case Studies; Risk Assessment and Management; Community and Public Involvement.