New Title for Environmental Engineering


  Title:  Practical environmental statistics and data analysis
Editor:  Rong, Yue
Call number:  GE45.S73P895
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Focusing on statistics as a means to solve problems in a variety of environmental fields, the book describes statistical methods used in environmental research, problem-solving, and decision making in areas such as groundwater monitoring, transport in environmental systems, and environmental forensics. Coverage includes applications of statistics in earthquake hazard prediction, adaptive sampling of ecological populations, solving complex environmental problems using stochastic data analysis, and statistical accounting for uncertainty in modeling transport in environmental systems. There are also chapters on petroleum hydrocarbon forensic data and cluster analysis, and anomaly detection methods for hydrologists, hydrogeologists, and environmental engineers. Rong is the environmental program manager at the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board of the California Environmental Protection Agency. [As taken from Syndetics]

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