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RCRA ground-water monitoring decision procedures viewed as quality control schemes

RCRA ground-water monitoring decision procedures viewed as quality control schemes

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 16(1): 19-37

The problems of developing and comparing statistical procedures appropriate to the monitoring of ground water at hazardous waste sites are discussed. It is suggested that these decision procedures should be viewed as quality control schemes and compared in the same way that industrial quality control schemes are compared. The results of a Monte Carlo simulation study of run-length distribution of a combined Shewhart-CUSUM quality control scheme are reported.

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Accession: 055333858

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PMID: 24241774

DOI: 10.1007/BF00399592

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