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Title: Review of water quality instrumentation : April 1995
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
The primary purpose of this review is to facilitate Regions to implement an efficient, effective and consistent field instrumentation strategy. The key points addressed are: Selection of instruments and determinands suitable for instrument monitoring; The present position, key areas of concern and a suggested way forward to progress the aims of the Instrumentation Strategy; Legal implications of the use of field instruments; Operational procedures for both hand-held and portable instrumentation. A Project Team was set up in January 95 with members drawn from Head Office, Regions and the National Centre for Instrumentation to undertake the review.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: Field experimentationWater quality measurementsMeasuring instrumentsLegislationWater sampling
Extent: 45; + appendices
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