Design of water quality surveys: proceedings of a symposium, Hamilton, 17-18 November 1982

By: Hoare, R.A. (Ministry of Works and Development, Water Quality Centre. Hamilton) (ed.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Water & soil miscellaneous publication ; no. 63.Publisher: Wellington, NZ : Water and Soil Division, Ministry of Works and Development, 1983Description: 243 p.ISSN: 0110-4705.Subject(s): WATER QUALITY | SURVEYS | SAMPLING | CHEMISTRY | BIOLOGICAL DATA | PARAMETERS | COMPUTERS | MONITORING | GROUNDWATER | CASE STUDIES | WASTE DISPOSAL | AQUATIC PLANTSOnline resources: Click here to access online
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These are the proceedings of the 1982 workshop of an annual series held on a topic which Hamilton Quality Centre staff have been studying and which is of importance to water resource managers. Included here are the papers speakers presented and transcripts of the discussions which followed. The papers describe the principles to be used in the design of water quality surveys, using illustrations, where possible, from past and present surveys. Both chemical and biological water quality problems are covered. (auth)
In: Water & soil miscellaneous publication
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These are the proceedings of the 1982 workshop of an annual series held on a topic which Hamilton Quality Centre staff have been studying and which is of importance to water resource managers. Included here are the papers speakers presented and transcripts of the discussions which followed. The papers describe the principles to be used in the design of water quality surveys, using illustrations, where possible, from past and present surveys. Both chemical and biological water quality problems are covered. (auth)

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