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Main Title Multivariate environmental statistics /
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Author Title of a Work
Patil, Ganapati P.
Rao, C. Radhakrishna
Publisher North-Holland,
Year Published 1993
OCLC Number 28675460
ISBN 0444898042; 9780444898043
Subjects Environmental sciences--Statistical methods. ; Multivariate analysis. ; Analyse des donnes. ; Etudes de l'environnement. ; Méthodes statistiques. ; REPIDISCA = Ršeau panaméricain d'information et de documentation en technique sanitaire et sciences de l'environnement. ; Sciences de l'environnement--Méthodes statistiques. ; Analyse multivarie.
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0601/93027385-d.html
Inhaltstext http://www.zentralblatt-math.org/zmath/en/search/?an=0811.00019
https://www.lib.berkeley.edu/nrlf-electronic-copy/b15001065
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ESAM  GE45.S73M85 1993 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 11/10/1994
Collation xi, 596 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
1. Multivariate environmental statistics in agriculture / V. Barnett -- 2. A study of the relationship between diversity indices of benthic communities and heavy metal concentrations of Northwest Atlantic sediments / N. C. Bolgiano, R. N. Reid and G. P. Patil -- 3. Multivariate non-normal statistics in site characterization and evaluation / J. H. Carson, Jr. and A. K. Gupta -- 4. Spatial prediction in a multivariate setting / N. Cressie -- 5. Needs and developments in multivariate environmental monitoring statistics / G. T. Flatman -- 6. Certain multivariate considerations in ranked set sampling and composite sampling designs / S. D. Gore, G. P. Patil, A. K. Sinha and C. Taillie -- 7. Relating two sets of variables in environmental studies / R. H. Green -- 8. Statistical analysis of biological monitoring data / P. Guttorp -- 9. Using entropy in the redesign of an environmental monitoring network / P. Guttorp, N. D. Le, P. D. Sampson and J. V. Zidek -- 10. Graphical techniques for enhancing the utility of multivariate environmental statistics / W. A. Huber -- 11. Carcinogenicity tests involving multiple tumor sites / R. L. Kodell and E. Olusegun George -- 12. Errors-in-variables analysis of extrapolation procedures in environmental toxicology / E. Linder, G. P. Patil and G. Suter II -- 13. A unified linear model for estimation with composite sample data / G. Lovison -- 14. Change-point methods for spatial data / I. B. MacNeill and V. K. Jandhyala -- 15. A review of computer intensive multivariate methods in ecology / B. F. J. Manly -- 16. Spatial-temporal analysis of multivariate environmental monitoring data / K. V. Mardia and C. R. Goodall -- 17. Correspondence analysis applied to environmental data sets / D. E. Myers -- 18. A meta-network approach to higher-order spatial constructs and scale effects / W. L. Myers -- 19. Estimation of trend in Chesapeake Bay water quality data / N. K. Nagaraj and S. L. Brunenmeister -- 20. The complexities and scenarios of ecosystem analysis / L. Orloci -- 21. Multivariate methods in nuclear waste remediation: Needs and applications / B. A. Pulsipher -- 22. Omnibus robust procedures for assessment of multivariate normality and detection of multivariate outliers / A. Singh -- 23. Multivariate assessment of trend in environmental variables / E. P. Smith, S. Rheem and G. I. Holtzman -- 24. Multivariate chemometrics, a case study: Applying and developing receptor models for the 1990 El Paso Winter PM[subscript 10] receptor modeling scoping study / C. H. Spiegelman and S. Dattner -- 25. Weighted averaging partial least squares regression (WA-PLS): Definition and comparison with other methods for species-environment calibration / C. J. F. Ter Braak, S. Juggins, H. J. B. Birks and H. Van der Voet -- 26. Multivariate aspects of adaptive cluster sampling / S. K. Thompson -- 27. Approximating multivariate distributions in stochastic models of insect population dynamics / T. E. Wehrly, J. H. Matis and G. W. Otis.