A new design for a peat sampler is described. This sampler, in the view of the author, has a number of features which are considered to be of advantage both for field work and for the subsequent laboratory investigations of peat deposits. These advantages are listed, the most important being that intact cores covering the whole depth of deposits can be recovered and brought back to the laboratory for detailed investigation.
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