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Category Text Publication
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DOI 10.1016/B978-0-444-53199-5.00054-3
Title (Primary) Sampling and conservation
Title (Secondary) Treatise on Water Science Vol. 3: Aquatic Chemistry and Microbiology
Author Schulze, T. ORCID logo ; Streck, G.; Paschke, A.
Publisher Frimmel, F.H.
Year 2011
Department OEC; WANA
Volume 3
Page From 131
Page To 152
Language englisch
Keywords Environmental monitoring; Groundwater; Passive sampling; Preservation; Surface water; Wastewater; Water sampling
Abstract The requirements of environmental monitoring programs such as the European Water Framework Directive demand for holistic methodological approaches that address the problems of concern or reasons for sampling unambiguously and specify the objectives of the program and the indicators to be sampled clearly. In this context, the sampling strategies and methods used are of essential importance, because they are an inherent part of the entire analytical and assessment process. In this chapter, the scope, purposes, and requirements of the sampling process are discussed with a focus on water types such as surface water (lakes, streams, and rivers), groundwater, and wastewater regarding to an integrative approach.
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Schulze, T., Streck, G., Paschke, A. (2011):
Sampling and conservation
In: Frimmel, F.H. (ed.)
Treatise on Water Science Vol. 3: Aquatic Chemistry and Microbiology
Elsevier Science, Oxford, p. 131 - 152