Published: Jan 1975
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In cooperation with the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, NASA-Langley Research Center has developed a water sampling station for use in remote tidal marshlands. This paper presents the results of this effort including recommendations pertinent to the use of the station and fabrication of additional stations.
monitors, water pollution, tests, swamps, helicopters, stations, sampling
Aerospace technologist, NASA—Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.