Environmental monitoring after fire

Environmental monitoring after fire

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This image is part of the sequence Environment: monitoring air, soil and water pollution after a fuel depot fire

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Caption: Environmental monitoring after fire. Scientist recording results whilst monitoring pollution at the Buncefield fuel depot. This fuel depot, near Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, UK, was the site of a huge explosion and fire on 11th December 2005. The fire resulted in a hot smoke plume that drifted at an altitude of 3000 metres and covered much of South East England. Air, soil and water pollution levels are regularly monitored at and around the site.

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