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ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING & ANALYTICAL METHODS (ESAM) PROGRAM
U.S. EPA, Homeland Security Research Website, 2018

EPA's Environmental Sampling and Analytical Methods (ESAM) website is a tool that supports the entire environmental characterization process for chemical, biological, radiochemical, and biotoxin contaminants from collection of samples all the way to their analyses. Collectively, ESAM's tools help local, state, and federal emergency response personnel and labs respond more efficiently to incidents, enabling smooth transitions of samples and data from field to lab to public health decision-makers. https://www.epa.gov/homeland-security-research/environmental-sampling-analytical-methods-esam-program-home



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