Standard Operating Procedure EAP107, Version 1.0: Measuring Transect Coordinates with a Global Positioning System (GPS)
Standard Operating Procedure EAP107, Version 1.0: Measuring Transect Coordinates with a Global Positioning System (GPS) (Number of pages: 13) (Publication Size: 288KB)
|Author(s)||Wolfe, J., M. Rosewood-Thurman, and G. Merritt|
|Description||This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) EAP107: Measuring Transect Coordinates with a Global Positioning System (GPS) is used by the Department of Ecology's Watershed Health Monitoring team to plan and carry out sampling in wide and narrow streams.|
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