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Critical Thinking in Phase I ESAs

Kim Houston explores the importance of careful analysis and interpretation

A good Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) combines raw data and observations with appropriate analysis and interpretation. Therefore, in order for the ESA report to meet its goals, the environmental professional (EP) conducting the Phase I ESA must not only conduct accurate historical and regulatory research, but should also use critical thinking skills to make sense of the data and draw appropriate conclusions.

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