Alligator Rivers region regional surface water quality monitoring : November 1978 - April 1981
Alligator Rivers Region - Regional Surface Water Quality Monitoring, Volumes 1,2,3 (Plus draft)
Northern Territory. Department of Transport and Works. Water Division, Environmental Section
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; 49/1983
At head of title: Water Division, Dept. of Transport & Works, Northern Territory. "April 1983".
Water quality -- Northern Territory -- Alligator Rivers Region; Hydrology -- Northern Territory -- Alligator Rivers Region
Northern Territory Government
Report ; 49/1983
3 volumes. ; 30 cm
Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
Northern Territory Government
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/672725 [Alligator Rivers region regional surface water quality monitoring : November 1978 - April 1981 - WRD83049_v_1.pdf]; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/672727 [Alligator Rivers region regional surface water quality monitoring : November 1978 - April 1981 - WRD83049_v_2.pdf]; https://hdl.handle.net/10070/672729 [Alligator Rivers region regional surface water quality monitoring : November 1978 - April 1981 - WRD83049_v_3.pdf]
Technical Report WRD83049 Viewed at 14:07:10 on 29/07/2010 Page 85 of 440. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 84. ENVIRONlrPNTAL 1'.'/>.TER sn,TPLTNG AND FIELD Lfl.BOR.A'l'ORY PROCEDUC.:t:"S PROJ .t:X::T 13 As pnrt of the Water Quality Assessment Programme for the Alligetor Rivers Region Projec0 13 c.he following procedures are to be carried out for t}Je sampling, pre-treatment and despatch oi' sawples. These procedLlres have been developed following the ,Jabiru \/orkshop of Lueust 1978 convened by ~he Supervising Scientist, and an on site training session with Dr .. Graeme Be..tley of the A.A.E .. C. acting as a consultant to the Supervising Scientist. A field laboratory has been established in a demountable unit at the constr-uction camp at Jabiru and it is equipped with '-he following ltems. A. FIRT.D LAB. 1. A ,..racuum pump which is ouerated outside the laboratory to prvent contamination of saoplcs by oil :fumes from the pump. 2. A glass manifold with a minimum of six outlets fitted with polythene tubing for attachznen0 to filtration units. 3. AriStar Nitric acid in an Oxford dispenser delivering 1ml. 4. Two modified pill-packs for holding tweezers. 5. A stock of 500 ml acid \ic.shed polyethylene bottles (maintained at approximately 35-40 bot Gles). 6.. A stock of 250 w~ acid \:ashed polyethylene bottles (35-40 bott:les). 7. l:.. stock of 25 ml solvent -tr.rashed glass bottles fitted v:itb solvenl.. ,..,~ashed Alfoil seals under a plestic screw-ce.p (35-1;0 bottles). The fil tra-tion room is air co~ndi tioned c.nd smokint; or eating is strictly prohibil..ed~
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