Quantitative Methods for Current Environmental Issues
It is increasingly clear that good quantitative work in the environmental sciences must be genuinely interdisciplinary. This volume, the proceedings of the first combined TIES/SPRUCE conference held at the University of Sheffield in September 2000, well demonstrates the truth of this assertion, highlighting the successful use of both statistics and mathematics in important practical problems.
It brings together distinguished scientists and engineers to present the most up-to-date and practical methods for quantitative measurement and prediction and is organised around four themes:
- spatial and temporal models and methods;
- environmental sampling and standards;
- atmosphere and ocean;
- risk and uncertainty.
Quantitative Methods for Current Environmental Issues is an invaluable resource for statisticians, applied mathematicians and researchers working on environmental problems, and for those in government agencies and research institutes involved in the analysis of environmental issues.
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- Clive W. Anderson, Vic Barnett, Philip C. Chatwin, Abdel H. El-Shaarawi
- Hardback | 270 pages
- 165.1 x 234.95 x 25.4mm | 560g
- Publication date
- 01 May 2002
- Springer London Ltd
- Publication City/Country
- England, United Kingdom
- Edition Statement
- 2002 ed.
- Illustrations note
- X, 270 p.