2 edition of Survey sampling in the environmental sciences found in the catalog.
Survey sampling in the environmental sciences
James P. Barrett
|Statement||James P. Barrett, Mary E. Nutt.|
|Contributions||Nutt, Mary E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||319|
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Survey sampling in the environmental sciences: a computer approach. [James P Barrett; Mary E Nutt]. Survey Sampling: Theory and Methods, Second Edition - CRC Press Book Since publication of the first edition inthe field of survey sampling has grown considerably.
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The objective of the surveys we consider will generally be an assessment of status, condition, or extent of a resource. The target population of the survey may be discrete and finite, for example, small lakes or wetlands, with well.
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