Quality control for water and sediment sampling
Whether a contaminant has been introduced into a sample during the sample collection, sample transport or in the laboratory analysis. The accuracy of the result. Accuracy refers to how close a result is to its true value. The precision within the results of a set of analyses. Precision relates to the repeatability of a result—the
Link to this page:
Documents from same domain
waste agreement or fitted with a water treatment and recycling system or stored and collected by a licensed waste transporter. If a separator is used to manage wastewater, ensure it is serviced regularly and a log is kept of services. Clearly mark all drains on the site that are connected to the stormwater system.
of koalas in Queensland. ii Minister’s foreword The koala is an iconic species of state, national and international importance. When data was released in 2016 that showed a declining koala population, despite dedicated policy and planning responses, the Queensland Government
Guideline: State Development Assessment Provisions State Code 22: Environmentally Relevant Activities Page 3 of 16 • EPP/2018/4543 • Version 2.00 • Effective 1/03/2019
The consultation seeks to understand the views and needs of the community and stakeholders about the future of environmental regulation in Queensland. Consultation feedback will help decide whether Queensland should have an independent EPA, and if so, what it could look like and how it should operate.
operate under standard conditions, the standard application for a new EA for a resource activity (ESR/2015/17553) does not include an application for an ERC decision. A separate application must be made for an ERC decision (ESR/2018/44263). 2.2 Information requirements
DES. 2018. Monitoring and Sampling Manual: Environmental Protection (Water) Policy. Brisbane: Department of Environment and Science Government. Acknowledgements The revision and update of this manual was led by Dr Suzanne Vardy, with the valued assistance of Dr Phillipa Uwins, Leigh Anderson and Brenda Baddiley.
Criteria for identifying when an impact on essential habitat for threatened species, other than koalas in South East Queensland, may be significant is outlined in section 5 (Protected wildlife habitat) of this guideline. Criteria for koalas in South East Queensland are …
Guideline Major and minor amendments Page 4 of 17 • ESR/2015/1684 • Version 10.00 • Effective: 29 SEP 2020 Department of Environment and Science (h) if the amendment relates to a new relevant resource tenure for the authority that is an exploration permit
transport are assessed for a wide range of flows, there are relatively predictable patterns in many equilibrium gravel-bed channels. Coarse sediment transport has been described as occurring in phases, where there are distinctly different sedimentological characteristics associated with flows under different phases of transport.
cross-shore and longshore sediment transport, including the alongshore variability in onshore and offshore sand movements and the time expected for beach recovery following major storms. Rapid rates of offshore sand transport are experienced during storms, ranging from -2 m3/m/hour to -40 m3/m/hour above AHD. Beach recovery rates are much slower,
Mineral-Deposit Model for Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum Pegmatites By Dwight C. Bradley, Andrew D. McCauley, and Lisa M. Stillings Chapter O of Mineral Deposit Models for Resource Assessment