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13 T. A. Dick, Water Pollut. Control, 1982,81,185. 14 F. W. Kittrell, 'A Practical Guide to Water Quality Studies of Streams', US Government Printing Office, Washington, 1969. 15 R. V. Thomann, in ref. 3, pp. 76-86. 16 A. Key, 'River Water Quality', Water Resources Board, Reading, 1967. 17 A. L. Wilson, Analyst, 1964,89,402. 18 w. K. Dougan and A. L. Wilson, Technical Report TR 83, Water Research Centre, Medmenham, Bucks, 1972. 19 Council of the European Communities, Off. J. Eur. Communities, 1980,23, No.
2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) which determinands are of interest? where and when are samples to be taken? which analytical methods are to be used? how are samples to be taken and subsequently handled? how are results to be reported? what is to be done with the reported results? These questions provide a framework for defining measurement programmes. Mancy! , of determinands or sampling frequency) in the programme are necessary. A similar point has been made increasingly by many other authors; see, for example, references 3 to 7.
Introduction 7 analyses, and (3) some generally important points that must be considered in applications of these types of analysis. Section J3 gives brief consideration to the very important aspects of the use of computers and associated equipment in modern analysis, and of the procedures to be used for data-handling purposes. 4 REFERENCES I R. Helmer, Nat, Resour. 1981,17,7. 2 M. J. Suess, 'Examination of Water for Pollution Control', Volumes I to 3, Pergamon, Oxford, 1982. 3 A. L. Wilson, Talanta, 1965, 12, 701.