I came on site to conduct some data collection for unmarked graves. I was sent a picture of the site, but it was unclear what the elevation was. The area consisted of significant variation in elevations.
As I was walking to the project site I became very nervous!
I saw some standing water on the ground and the soil was saturated. I thought to myself, “what if my site is in this nonsense?” There was noooo way that I would be able to get sufficient data quality to carry out a successful project.
Lucky for me…my site was on top of a mountain. All of the water drained off the the side and the soils were in great shape.
It was my mistake however for not getting more information from my customers. This could have been a waste.
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