Discusses the development and application of mathematical and statistical techniques to environmental problems. Emphasis is placed on the conceptual framework of applying statistical analyses, but not at the expense of mathematical rigor. Rather, papers focus on the types of analyses available their usefulness under a variety of conditions, and the decision making process an investigator must go through prior to applying techniques.
An Overview of Statistical Analysis of Biological Community Data
Hendrickson J., Horwitz R.
Ecological Risk Assessment Based on Stochastic Age-Structured Models of Population Growth
Ginzburg L., Gladden J., Johnson K., Pugliese A.
The Use of Risk Assessment in Developing Health-Based Regulations
Hammerstrom T., Roth H., Wyzga R.
A Proposed Cooperative Program on Statistical Ecology and Environmental Statistics for Increased Resource Productivity and Environmental Protection and the Panel Discussion at the ASTM Symposium on Statistics in the Environmental Sciences
Paper ID: STP845-EB