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The interpretation of environmental analytical data - especially isotope analysis data - requires not only analytical results but also:

  • sample localities (location, geography, geology, hydrology, use of area, etc.)

  • sample conditions (field measurements, progression of pumping tests,
    sampling depth, etc.)

  • specifications of analyses (methods, accuracy of measurement, etc.)

  • historical analytical data

The typical interpretation report is designed according to the following outline:

Overview of objectives

  • Description of geography and geology, etc.

  • Sample description, sampling, and field measurements

  • Basics of detection methods

  • Interpretation and discussion of analytical results including visualisation in diagrams and graphics

  • Evaluation with respect to usage / application (e.g. radiological evaluation,
    balneological characteristics, filter techniques, remedial actions)

  • Summary and recommendation.

The profoundness and comprehension of the interpretation complies to the information provided or researched, the requests of the client, and the aim of the investigation.