This publication on Biological Data in Water Pollution Assessment: Quantitative and Statistical Analyses contains papers presented at a symposium held 20-21 June 1977 at Minneapolis, Minnesota. The symposium was sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials through its Committee D19 on Water in cooperation with The Center for Environmental Studies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. K. L. Dickson and John Cairns, Jr., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and R. J. Livingston, Florida State University, served as symposium cochairmen and editors of this publication.
Estimating the Total Number of Species in a Biological Community
Dickson K., Slocomb J.
Statistical Methods Applied to a Four-Year Multivariate Study of a Florida Estuarine System
Livingston R., Meeter D.
Use of Indices of Diversity and Hierarchical Diversity in Stream Surveys
Crossman J., Herricks E., Kaesler R.
Maximum Weekly Average Temperature for 316(a) Demonstrations
Ferraro F., Gaulke A., Loeffelman C.
A Statistical Technique for Analyzing Time-Response Curves
Burton D., Capizzi T.
Use of Rarefaction and Related Methods in Ecology
Sampling Design for Some Trace Elemental Distributions in New York Bight Sediments
Anderson E., Saila S., Walker H.
Paper ID: STP652-EB