A range of devices are available that can be used to extract interstitial waters from sediments. Most are complex to construct and apply. A very simple and inexpensive approach is described, which has been tested in the Clyde estuary, and has allowed the collection of pore water samples in situ from a number of depths without any apparent sampling artifacts.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 1993|
- pore waters
- intertidal sediments
- Potentially toxic elements