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The Restoration/Revision Processes of the Korean Standard Methods for Marine Environment: Heavy Metals & Organic Compounds
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  • Journal title : The Sea
  • Volume 21, Issue 2,  2016, pp.78-90
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Oceanography
  • DOI : 10.7850/jkso.2016.21.2.78
 Title & Authors
The Restoration/Revision Processes of the Korean Standard Methods for Marine Environment: Heavy Metals & Organic Compounds
JEONG, YONG HOON; LEE, DONG GI; YANG, JAE SAM;
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 Abstract
This report is to introduce detail processes during the restoration/revision project for the Korean Standard Methods for Marine Environment. The processes are composed of 3 steps: questionaries, QA/QC confirming step by CRM(Certified Reference Materials), and advisory council by specialists. The questionaries required four main topics to be included to the restoration/revision protocol: 1. the guidelines to sampling, transportation, storage, and pre-analytical procedures for the marine specimens, 2. the unified analytical method, especially for the organic compounds, 3. the QA/QC test requirement for CRM, 4. introduction of diverse analytical instruments, 5. the customer- friendly express of the protocol. Based on these new protocol, we expect two most important effects: 1, increased insurance of international credibility and equivalence by the QA/QC procedures, 2. increased conformability and representatively from wide-spread use of the protocol. Finally we suggested several residual topics remained to the inter-government cooperation.
 Keywords
Korean Standard Method for Marine Environment;restoration/revision;protocol;certified reference material;
 Language
Korean
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