A completeness is "The amount of valid data obtained compared to the planned amount, and [it is] usually expressed as a percentage; a data quality indicator" (QAMS 1993, 6).

In the context of the environment, completeness refers to the degree to which a system or process captures all relevant information or data that is necessary for accurate understanding or decision-making.

Examples of how completeness is applied in the environment include:

In general, completeness is important in environmental contexts as it helps to ensure that all relevant information is taken into account when making decisions that impact the environment, in order to make more informed and sustainable choices.

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