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Phase II ESAs can include numerous assessment activities that are selected by the EP to meet user needs. The activities can range from further literature research or interviews, to field screening, multimedia sampling, and laboratory analysis. Testing is performed for detection, quantification or both. Detection is generally an easier and less demanding process than quantification. User needs will influence the appropriate method selection by the environmental professional (EP). This chapter looks at the field screening and sampling issues of Phase II ESAs.