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Introduction to Environmental statistics

280 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Environmental statistics involves the use of statistical approaches to environmental science. It covers methods for managing questions regarding the natural ecosystem in its undisturbed condition. This reader-friendly book emphasizes the fields of probability hypothesis and dimensions that are significant in environmental data analysis, monitoring, research, ecological field studies, and ecological decision making. It discusses fundamental statistical theory with minimal documentation, however without precluding significant details and presumptions. The book likewise presents a hypothesis of how and why environmental physical cycles in the environment create right-slanted, lognormal dispersions. The volume likewise presents the Rollback Statistical Theory, which permits data analysts and administrators to appraise the impact of various emission control methodologies on environmental quality frequency diffusions. Assuming just a simple understanding of polynomial math and analytics, Environmental Data Analysis and Statistics provides a superior reference and assortment of measurable strategies for investigating environmental data and developing precise environmental predictions.
Author Bio
Dr. Akansha Singh is presently working as Project Scientist in Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, India. She has also worked as Postdoctoral fellow, Mumbai University and as Associate Professor, Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, College of Agriculture, Parul University, India She has obtained her Ph.D. (Ag) in Genetics and Plant breeding from Banaras Hindu University in the year 2012. She has been Awarded with ICAR, senior research fellowship in 2010 to pursue PhD. She has authored numerous national and international publications in journals of repute.