Offers an introduction in Applied Statistics focusing on some of the statistics of today's societyworld wide population growth, economic developments, international trade and energy consumption, global maldistribution of income and absorption of resources, depletion of species and resources, environmental changes, and human problems.
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About the Author
Stephen Battersby is an Associate of the International Public and Environmental Health Centre at the Robens Institute, University of Surrey and an environmental health consultant. He has worked for a number of local authorities as an environmental health officer and was Assistant Secretary at the Institution of Environmental Health Officers (now the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) where he was involved in the development of policies which resulted in the legislative changes introduced by the Environmental Protection Act 1990. From 1989 until 1996, he was Editor of Environmental Law Brief and has lectured widely on aspects of environmental law and policy.
Table of Contents
The Global Situation.
Primary and Secondary Magnitudes.
The Arithmetic Mean.
The Distribution of World Product.
The Population Explosion.
Regression and Correlation.
Bringing It All Together.