Imagine driving a car that has not been built yet. Design the car: look at principles of combustion, stability, and comfort; consider the manufacturing tools available, including the individuals who will build the car; and keep it within budget. Spatio-temporal sampling design has some of the same features: the principles of stratification, replication, and randomization are important; measuring instruments have to be bought or built and possibly moved around the spatio-temporal domain by field teams; and there is still a bottom line to adhere to.
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