Statistics for the Environment / Edition 1by Vic Barnett
Pub. Date: 08/24/1993
International experts in their respective fields contribute articles concerned with the statistical analysis and interpretation of environmental monitoring, sampling and protection methods. Topics include climatological and metereological issues, water resources, measuring pollution and contamination and forestry. Techniques employed include data analysis, probability modeling and statistical methodology.
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Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND SAMPLING.
The Active Mixing Volume: A New Concept in Modeling Environmental Systems (P. Young & M. Lees).
Comparing Sampling Designs for Monitoring Ecological Status and Trends: Impact of Temporal Patterns (N. Urquhart, et al.).
MEASURING LEVELS AND CONSEQUENCES OF POLLUTION AND CONTAMINATION.
Point Process Modeling in Environmental Epidemiology (P. Diggle).
A Stochastic Model for Times of Exposures to Air Pollution from a Point Source (A. Davison & N. Ramesh).
CLIMATOLOGICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL ISSUES.
Long-Range Dependence and Global Warming (R. Smith).
Environmental Factors Affecting Reservoir Safety (C. Anderson & S. Nadarajah).
Water Resources and Statistics: Past, Present and Future (V. Yevjevich).
Extreme Sea Levels (J. Tawn).
DYNAMICS OF FISH POPULATIONS.
Modeling and Managing a Salmon Population (T. Speed).
FORESTRY: SUPPLY AND CONSERVATION.
Quantitative Assessment of Growth in the Tropical Rainforests (S. Nokoe).
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