Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring
   



There is no point in a sampling program if you don't know if you can trust the results. Variability comes in many forms and if you don't understand the variability in your system you cannot design an program that will give you trustworthy results.




Managing this risk generally comes under the notion of QA/QC, at least for the sampling and analysis, but you must also be sure that the design gives the best chance of knowing that what you measure will be representative of the real world.

The samples you take in the field need to represent the larger world in the same way that QA samples need to represent the larger group samples.




Each step builds confidence that your results are representative and meaningful for management.


How will you analyse the results?


   
 

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