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Statistics in Ecotoxicology

Edited By: DT Sparks
320 pages, Figs, tabs
Statistics in Ecotoxicology
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  • Statistics in Ecotoxicology ISBN: 9780471972990 Paperback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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An introduction to quantitative methods for the analysis of ecotoxicological data arising from experimental, survey and monitoring exercises.


Basic Concepts (P. Rotbery). Exploring the Data (D. French & D. Lindley). Field Experiments (D. Gadsden & T. Sparks). The Analysis of Laboratory Toxicity Experiments (R. Meister & P. Van den Brink). Analysis of Field Studies: Regression Analysis (E. Smith & C. Anderson-Cook). Multivariate Techniques (A. Scott & R. Clarke). Environmental Monitoring: Investigating Associations and Trends (L. Conquest). Organochlorines in Bird of Prey Eggs: A Terrestrial Case Study (T. Sparks, et al.). Statistical Techniques for the Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals in Freshwaters (M. Crane, et al.). Trying to Detect Impacts in Marine Habitats: Comparisons with Suitable Reference Areas (A. Underwood). Appendices. Index.

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Tim Sparks, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Cambridgeshire, UK
Edited By: DT Sparks
320 pages, Figs, tabs
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...clearly written, well illustrated excuse for not having your shelf (Ecotoxicology) "I enjoyed this book, I liked the approach and the liberal use of examples. ...the content is highly appropriate and is well presented..." (Progress in Environmental Science)
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