Introductory Statistics for Environmentalists

Introductory Statistics for Environmentalists

By: Paul Moore (author), John Cobby (author)Paperback

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Written especially for students on degree courses in the environmental sciences and related areas, this much-needed text gives an introduction to and thorough grounding in statistics, and provides an understanding of the importance of the subject in the environmental sciences. This unique text does not assume any prior knowledge, and will provide students with a clear insight into the subject, giving them a firm basis on which to proceed.

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1. Statistics for the Environmentalist. 2. Computational Aides - Calculators and Software Packages. 3. Obtaining Environmental Data - Surveys and Experiments. 4. Data Presentation Techniques. 5. Summarising Data Numerically. 6. Patterns in Probability. 7. Estimation from Samples. 8. Comparison of Sample Means. 9. Non-Parametric Tests. 10. Analysis of Variance. 11. The Chi-Squared Test. 12. Relationships Between Variables. Solutions to Exercises. Statistical Tables.

Product Details

  • publication date: 11/11/1997
  • ISBN13: 9780131218079
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 264
  • ID: 9780131218079
  • weight: 741
  • ISBN10: 0131218077

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