Statistics for Geography and Environmental Science

Statistics for Geography and Environmental Science

By: Claire Jarvis (author), Richard Harris (author)Paperback

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Statistics are important tools for validating theory, making predictions and engaging in policy research. They help to provide informed commentary about social and environmental issues, and to make the case for change. Knowledge of statistics is therefore a necessary skill for any student of geography or environmental science. This textbook is aimed at students on a degree course taking a module in statistics for the first time. It focuses on analysing, exploring and making sense of data in areas of core interest to physical and human geographers, and to environmental scientists. It covers the subject in a broadly conventional way from descriptive statistics, through inferential statistics to relational statistics but does so with an emphasis on applied data analysis throughout.

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Richard Harris is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol Claire Jarvis is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Geography, University of Leicester

Contents

Preface Chapter 1 Data, statistics and geography Chapter 2 Descriptive statistics Chapter 3 The Normal curve Chapter 4 Sampling Chapter 5 From description to inference Chapter 6 Hypothesis testing Chapter 7 Relationships and Explanations Chapter 8 Detecting and managing spatial dependency Chapter 9 Exploring spatial relationships

Product Details

  • publication date: 19/05/2011
  • ISBN13: 9780131789333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 280
  • ID: 9780131789333
  • weight: 544
  • ISBN10: 0131789333

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