Environmental Statistics provides a broad overview of the statistical methodology used in the study of the environment, written in an accessible style by a leading authority on the subject. It serves as both a textbook for students of environmental statistics, as well as a comprehensive source of reference for anyone working in statistical investigation of environmental issues.
- Provides broad coverage of the methodology used in the statistical investigation of environmental issues.
- Covers a wide range of key topics, including sampling, methods for extreme data, outliers and robustness, relationship models and methods, time series, spatial analysis, and environmental standards.
- Includes many detailed practical and worked examples that illustrate the applications of statistical methods in environmental issues.
- Authored by a leading authority on environmental statistics.