When your environmental project reaches the point where the amount of data seems overwhelming, you will need a robust tool to help you manage it. Written by a recognized expert and software author with over 25 years of industry experience, Relational Management and Display of Site Environmental Data begins with an overview of site data management concepts, then progresses through relational data management theory, the design of the database tool, and implementing a data management system. It includes detailed information on data output including mapping and GIS applications, practical suggestions about working with laboratories, and concludes with pitfalls, horror stories, and successes in site data management. Current topics such as Internet data delivery and eXtensible Markup Language (XML) are also covered. The text provides you with the skills needed to effectively implement and operate an environmental data management system. The concepts covered can be applied to any system, from stand-alone through client-server to Web-based. Relational Management and Display of Site Environmental Data combines the fundamentals of data management and display with the author's many years of experience to help you create your own data management system or make a better-informed decision when selecting a commercial solution.Often it is desirable to provide access to technical reference information, both project-specific and general, on a timely basis. This includes boilerplate letters and standardized report templates. ... including regulatory limits; reporting time guidelines; analyte suites; and regulatory databases (federal, state, local), ... Documentation at the enterprise level includes the information needed to run projects and the organization itself, from both the technical and administrative perspective.
|Title||:||Relational Management and Display of Site Environmental Data|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-06-19|