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Water Bodies Identification and Measurement Field Tools.

This is a task of finding if there is a water source nearby the ground level and its distribution of the water. This exercise is important are in many countries there are laws and regulation protecting the water bodies. also some areas have seasonal water bodies meaning during dry seasons there is no visible water in the area. Making it very crucial for real estate investors to have a wetland delineation test conducted to avoid buying into water bodies which will be a loss to their investment.

Tools to acquire for water bodies identification and area occupied measurement includes.

The researcher will need to have a wetland map. Maps give the researcher a history of the area and insight on where to initiate the process.
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The researcher also need to acquire GPS tools. The purpose is to assist the researcher to know the area directions.

Shoes designed for digging. It is necessary to wear shoes that are appropriate for the field exercise. The mud footwear is designed to protect water and mud from coming into contact is the person’s feet.
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Digging equipment such as soil knives and shovels. The process will require digging of several pits in the area to study the underground soil.

Tools for taking photos that can work in water. Some underground areas may not be accessible by the researcher that observation will per taken by use of an underground camera. The area has water hence the need for a camera with ability to take shots in the water. It is also essential for the camera batteries to be long lasting. Also, it is good to carry a normal designed camera for taking general field picture. The only requirement of this camera is able to take clear and precise pictures.

Soil color chart. Soil experts have developed a chart showing the different color characteristics of soils in different area thus helping the researcher match the area soil with notes on the chart. This usually involves digging the underneath soil and studying the characteristics with assistance of the soil chart.

Tape measures. After establishing there is a water body in the area, the next step will involve determining the size of the water body. It entails taking lengths and widths and trying to approximate the total area occupied by the water body. Hence I order to perform the task there is need for equipment to take length and width of the area. In addition the exercise develops the end areas of the wetland.

As this any research there is need to take notes. Therefore the researchers should carry stationery materials. The stationery will be used to note down the different observations for further study.

The water body identification and area measurement is an essential exercise which should be undertaken after lapse of several years for example ten years. This is because some area with water reserves nearby may dry up due to hot climate condition while wet conditions may create new water reserves.