Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring
   




These are important considerations you need to think about. Issues include:

  • What is the relationship between the test and the predicted outcomes?
  • Are you measuring the things that will give you the information you need?
  • How precise is the test?
  • Can you use a less expensive/more robust/simpler test?
  • Is the test appropriate for the conditions and the effect size you have specified?
  • Can the program be carried out for long enough to measure the effects you predict?
  • How will you analyse the data?
  • Is the analysis appropriate to the audience?







Think clearly about the relevance of the proposed test; it may be well accepted and appropriate in principle and yet you can't assume that it will work in every case (which means your case!).


How will you incorporate the precautionary principle?


   
 

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