intercalibration

intercalibration

[‚in·tər‚kal·ə′brā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
A state achieved by a group of laboratories engaged in a monitoring program in which they produce and maintain compatible data outputs.
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Intercalibration of mussel Mytilus edulis clearance rate measurements.
An approach to the intercalibration of benthic ecological status assessment in the North Atlantic ecoregion, according to the European Water Framework Directive.
DMSP-OLS radiance calibrated nighttime lights time series with intercalibration. Remote Sens (Basel) 7(2):1855-1876, https://doi.org/10.3390/rs70201855.
The DMSP/OLS results are based on the cumulative DN value and the good continuity principle of the intercalibration data.
Rasbury, "The Manicouagan impact melt rock: a proposed standard forthe intercalibration of U-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar isotopic systems," Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol.
For intercalibration of the historical accuracy of this account, it is instructive to compare it with Liefer's (2011:169- 189) more detailed and extensively illustrated treatment of the same incident and its aftermath.
Intercalibration of four spectrofluorometric protocols for measuring RNA/DNA ratios in larval and juvenile fish.
Intercalibration mussel homogenate (IAEA-436 and MA-MEDPOL-1/TM) samples from IAEA MEL-Laboratory, Monaco were used as control for analytical methods.