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Taking samples is a key technique in environmental monitoring. Sample collection, when done well, can be cheap, numerous samples can be taken, and many people can participate in sample collection.

Types of sampling

Not all of these types of sampling have pages yet, but we are working together to collect these resources, so please help by editing this page:

Please add other types of sampling here as well.


Ask and answer general questions about sampling:

Title Author Updated Likes
What is the best way to take a sample of snow to look for particulates? @stevie over 1 year ago
Oil Chemistry of Keystone Leak @kayaerbil almost 2 years ago
How do I choose between different types of air canisters for grab sampling? @stevie almost 2 years ago
When is it better to do grab sampling versus other types of monitoring? @stevie almost 2 years ago
Where can you purchase a bucket for air grab sampling? @stevie almost 2 years ago
What methods are available for doing air grab samples for hydrogen sulfide? @stevie almost 2 years ago
Where can someone send a strange substance found on their property for analysis? @bbutler about 2 years ago
How much do different oil pollution tests cost? @warren about 2 years ago
What are soil sampling protocols being used by groups along the gulf coast? @stevie about 2 years ago

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