How Does It Work?
Composite sampling is a technique that combines a number of samples collected through GPS identified locations into a single
set of data. It gives a representation of the average conditions of the area sampled by combining data from all sample locations.
The objective of composite soil sampling is to represent the
average conditions in the sampled body of material.
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