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A major pre-requisite for establishing QC standards is a strong QA program. Good QC requires good QA, and good QA requires good scientists, engineers, and technicians.
Publications on QA / QC
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|In Situ Calibration of Optode-Based Oxygen Sensors||H. Uchida,T. Kawano, I. Kaneko & M. Fukasawa||J. of Atmos. and Ocean. Technol. (2008) DOI 10.1175/2008JTECHO549.1|
|Automated Data Quality Assessment of Marine Sensors||G.P. Timms, P.A. de Souza Jr., L. Reznik and D.V. Smith||Sensors (2011) DOI 10.3390/s111009589|
|Implementation of Real-Time Quality Control Procedures by Means of a Probabilistic Estimate of Seawater Temperature and Its Temporal Evolution||G.M.R. Manzella and M. Gambetta||J. of Atmos. and Ocean. Technol. (2013) DOI 10.1175/JTECH-D-11-00218.1|