Data from: The prevention and detection of human error in ecological stable isotope analysis

David J. Hawke, Julie C.S. Brown, Sarah J. Bury & Julie C. S. Brown
1. Stable isotope analysis (SIA) is widely used in ecology, but samples are usually analysed in specialist facilities. Like any complex process, SIA is susceptible to human error. Despite the best efforts of the SIA laboratory, errors may occasionally remain in results released to clients. 2. We used our experiences as ecologists and laboratory analysts to identify human error scenarios to which SIA performed anywhere might be susceptible. These scenarios ran from sample selection and...
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