Statistical Methods for the Assessment of Point Source Pollution: Proceedings of a Workshop on Statistical Methods for the Assessment of Point Source Pollution, held in Burlington, Ontario, Canada / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792306191
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/1989
  • Edition description: Reprinted from ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 13:2-3, 1990
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 373
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Setting and Detecting Compliance.- Some Statistical Considerations in the Assessment of Compliance.- A Proposed Misa Approach to Setting Limits and Assessing Compliance.- Use of Statistical Methods in Industrial Water Pollution Control Regulations in the United States [29].- Continuous Effluent Consents: Modelling and Compliance Testing.- Auditing the Quality of Effluent Discharges.- Trend Detection.- Intervention Analysis in Environmental Engineering.- The Effect of Auorrelated Errors on Change-Detection Statistics.- Time Series Analysis of Unequally Spaced Observations — With Applications to Copper Contamination of the River Gaula in Central Norway.- Treatment Plant Perfomance Evaluation.- A Statistics-Based System for Treatment Plant Operation.- State Estimation in Wastewater Engineering: Application to an Anaerobic Process.- Censored Data.- Some Comments on Analysis Techniques for Censored Water Quality Data.- Inferences about the Variability of Means from Censored Data.- Load Estimation.- Evaluation of Phosphorus Loads from Ontario Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants.- On the Estimation of Phosphorus from the Niagara River to Lake Ontario.- Status of the Niagara River Point Source Discharge Information: Sampling Design and Estimation of Loading.- Inferences about Point Source Loadings from Upstream/Downstream River Monitoring Data.- Miscellaneous.- Measures of Row Variability for Great Lakes Tributaries.- Statistical Zonation of Sediment Samples Using Ratio Matching and Cluster Analysis.- Graphics/Microcomputers.- Robust Graphical Methods for Diagnosing Trend in Irregularly Spaced Water Quality Time Series.- Development of a Software Package for Trend Detection in Temporal Series: Application to Water and Industrial Effluent Quality Data for the St. Lawrence River.- Statistical Software for Microcomputers — A User’s View.- Glossary of Statistical Terms.

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