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The Passive Samplers documents address the use of polyethylene diffusion bags for passive groundwater sampling, particularly for long-term monitoring.
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Provides guidance on how to properly deploy and collect samples using five passive sampling technologies. For CD, order DSP-ALL below.
Overview of 12 passive sampling technologies and describes each technology’s basis of operation, intended applications, advantages, limitations, and development status. CD contains DSP-1 and -3.
A guide for regulators, technology users, and stakeholders to facilitate the use of polyethylene diffusion bag sampling, particularly for long-term monitoring.
A jointly developed protocol for determining when, where, and how to use diffusion samplers for groundwater sampling.