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The usefulness of environmental data collected within a region greatly increases if data from different monitoring and research efforts are directly comparable.
Within the Puget Sound region, environmental agencies are attempting to improve the quality and consistency of the environmental information through the use of various Puget Sound protocols and guidelines.
These protocols and guidelines consist of procedural descriptions that encourage, where possible, use of well-defined and consistent methods for sampling and analyzing environmental data.
The current protocols and guidelines address the following topics:
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