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Type of container used to hold a physical sample collected during a geotechnical site investigation

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URI http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/M18/current/
DescriptionTerms used to classify types of container used by marine engineers to store physical specimens collected during marine geotechnical site investigations.
CreatorMEDIN Standards Group
Modified2016-06-01
Version Info1
Identifier M18
Register Manager British Oceanographic Data Centre
Register Owner MEDIN Standards Group
Members
Identifier PrefLabel Definition Date
CONT_AMBER Amber jar The sample has been removed from the container that it was held in when it was sampled and has been transferred into an amber jar of undefined size. 2016-05-31
CONT_BAG Bag The sample has been removed from the container that it was held in when it was sampled and has been transferred into a bag of undefined type, being disturbed in the transfer. 2016-05-31
CONT_VIAL Glass vial The sample has been removed from the container that it was held in when it was sampled and has been transferred into a glass vial of undefined size. 2016-05-31
CONT_LINER Plastic liner Sample is stored within the hollow hard plastic liner which forms a boundary between the sample and the sampling apparatus, in which it was recovered. 2016-05-31
CONT_TUB Plastic tub The sample has been removed from the container that it was held in when it was sampled and has been transferred into a plastic tub of undefined size, being disturbed in the transfer. 2016-05-31
CONT_SHELBY Shelby tube Sample is stored within a thin-walled hollow stainless steel tube which has one end which forms a cutting edge and can be secured at the upper end to a drive head. 2016-05-31
CONT_UNDIST Undisturbed Sample remains in the sampling device that it was recovered by and has been set aside for offshore testing. 2016-05-31
CONT_WAX Wax The sample is wrapped in cling film, or foil or both and the ends are sealed with melted wax. 2016-05-31