in situ

(redirected from in-situ)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

in situ

In place,on-site,such as EPA provisions for remediation in situ of contaminants rather than a requirement the contaminated soil be excavated and disposed of in an approved facility.To illustrate,the following is a diagram showing the process of chemical oxidation as an in situ solution to contamination.

References in periodicals archive ?
For more than 40 years, In-Situ is in the design and manufacture of superior water level and water quality monitoring equipment.
"Use of In-Situ could give the whole UK furniture sector a much-needed boost, driving sales and taking shoppers much closer to that purchase.
Consistency of in-situ rain gauges data is assessed through double mass curve analysis and coefficient of determination is found to be greater than0.99.
After a MPM meter has been successfully installed in the field, the purpose of the in-situ verification system is to provide the user with documentation of the integrity of the measurements from the meter and to further improve the robustness and accuracy of the measurements.
Both strip mining and in-situ mining take up a lot of arable lands.
Recent work within Chelsea's R&D department has now yielded equivalent sensitivity performance from the UviLux in-situ fluorometer.
In-situ fabrication of the metal matrix composites is a process, in which dispersed (reinforcing) phase is formed in the matrix as a result of precipitation from the melt during its cooling and solidification.
The traditional cast in-situ hendwall design took 21 days to install.
ABB has launched a range of in-situ services aimed at ensuring the continued accuracy of its flow meters throughout their service life.
Earlier studies of the in-situ formation of the vertical density profile (VDP) during oriented strandboard (OSB) hot- pressing have shown significant density changes between the different thickness layers within a panel occurring well into the hot-pressing cycle.
Self-report, role-play, and in-situ assessments were used to determine the effects of each treatment.
Full browser ?