field investigation

field investigation

[′fēld ‚in·ves·tə‚gā·shən]
(science and technology)
An investigation carried out in the field; usually applied to an investigation made by someone not domiciled at the site.
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30, 2014, when the Field Investigation Office initiated another complaint after reexamining the case and gathering evidence.
The Office of the Ombudsman on Thursday confirmed that the fact-finding or field investigation on the complaint filed by Sen.
The evidences till date have been collected by the NIA on the basis of field investigation as well as technical and forensic reports against the accused persons.
The statement noted that immediately upon receiving the report of diagnoses the field investigation team ordered all who contacted the patient to verify their conditions based on World Health Organization's relevant regulations, and will be monitoring them for over two weeks to make sure that they did not carry any symptoms of the disease.
FDH is a multidisciplinary consulting firm that provides engineering, field investigation and inspection, and construction services to clients in the telecommunications, commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental sectors.
10 (SUNA) - The UN and African Union Mission for Darfur (UNAMID) has denied occurrence of rape cases at Thabit area in North Darfur State, referring to field investigation that were conducted by a team of the UNAMID on Thursday, contrary to a press release issued by the UNAMID on November 5 in which it claimed occurrence of mass rape of 200 women and girls at Thabit area.
In a field investigation, the drivers confessed that the terrorist groups are handed the weapons in a border area they describe it as "a buffer zone", SANA reported.
The field investigation services that RJN provided included the inspection of 63 manholes and smoke testing 15,387 linear feet (62 segments) of sewer pipe.
Conducted three weeks after the storm, this field investigation documents the effects of Hurricane Ike on Texas coastal landforms, buildings, shoreline structures, infrastructure, and marinas.
Services will include administrative, laboratory, epidemiological, information technology support and field investigation within various scientific disciplines.
He covers the full range of field investigation methods, including non intrusive methods such as aerial photographer a and Airborne gamma spectrometry radiological surveys, as well as intrusive methods, such as soil sampling, groundwater sampling, and building materials sampling.
Vollmer's responsibilities will include project area topographic survey and field investigation, schematic design, preliminary design, final contract documents, construction support, and construction inspection.

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