Field Sampling - Principles and Practices in Environmental Analysis
Edited by Alfred R. Conklin
Hard Cover 300 pages, Illustrated ISBN 9780824754716
The most comprehensive source on the subject with procedures that ensure efficient,
cost-effective field sampling, analysis, and remediation.
Written by a renowned professional with more than 30 years of experience in environmental
sampling and analysis, this reference describes in unparalleled detail all the essential elements
for the development and execution of a successful sampling plan at both contaminated and
uncontaminated sites - leading the reader through presampling planning and decision-making,
specific sampling situations, and correct sample labeling, shipping, storage, and examination.
Introduction to Field Sampling
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Appendix A: Abbreviations/Acronyms
Appendix B: Sources
: Summer 2004
: analytical methods
: environmental science