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Incremental-Composite Sampling Designs for Surface Soil Analyses, Module 3 of 4
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The topics covered over 2 hours in Module 3 of this 8-hour seminar series include ISM calculations & using the incremental sampling design modules of Visual Sample Plan (VSP). Two case of projects by the State of Missouri. The presenters are Deana Crumbling (USEPA Superfund) and Michael Stroh (MO Dept of Natural Resources).

This seminar is one module of a four module series. We encourage you to register for all four modules if possible.


  • Repeat Introduction (Deana Crumbling)
  • ISM Calculations & VSP (Deana Crumbling)
  • Incremental-Composite Sampling Case Studies: Tannery Sludge Farm Field Investigation and Campground Investigation (Michael Stroh, MO Dept of Natural Resources)
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