Published: 01 January 1996
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In this study, the phased approach is used to expedite collection of data and information about the site. The approach consists of sampling soils and sediments at a variety of locations, using applicable sampling devices. The validated analytical measurements acquired from sampling is entered into a database. This data then can be applied in a geographical information system (GIS). Further analysis of material can be reduced and saved in the database. The chain-of-custody records throughout the phased approach ensures careful and accurate documentation.
sampling, soil, sediment, phased approach, sampling devices, geographical information system
Project Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute, Amarillo, TX