DATA ANALYSIS IN COMMUNITY & LANDSC

DATA ANALYSIS IN COMMUNITY & LANDSC (Libro en papel)

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CAMBRIDGE U.P.
Materia
Biología y Ecología
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978-0-521-47574-7
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Book News: A corrected fourth printing providing a synthesis of useful methods of ecological data analysis. The volume was first published by Pudoc (Wageningen), 1987. Includes examples, exercises, and case studies. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Book News: A corrected fourth printing providing a synthesis of useful methods of ecological data analysis. The volume was first published by Pudoc (Wageningen), 1987. Includes examples, exercises, and case studies. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Cambridge Univ Pr: Ecologists need to analyze their field data to interpret relationships within plant and animal communities and with their environments. The purpose of this book is to show ecologists and environmental scientists what numerical and statistical methods are most useful, how to use them and interpret the results from them, and what pitfalls to avoid. Subjects treated include data requirements, regression analysis, calibration (or inverse regression), ordination techniques, cluster analysis, and spatial analysis of ecological data. The authors take pains to use only elementary mathematics and explain the ecological models behind the techniques. Exercises and solution are provided for practice. This is the only book written specifically for ecologists that explains such techniques as logistic regression, canonical correspondence analysis, and kriging (statistical manipulation of data). This is a reissue of a book first published in 1987 by Pudoc (The Netherlands).
Cambridge Univ Pr: This edited volume explains data analysis methods, examples, exercises and case-studies.

Preface
List of symbols
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1. Introduction R. H. G. Jongman
2. Data collection J. C. Jager and C. W. N. Looman
3. Regression C. J. F. ter Braak and C. W. N. Looman
4. Calibration C. J. F. ter Braak
5. Ordination C. J. F. ter Braak
6. Cluster analysis O. F. R. van Tongeren
7. Spatial aspects of ecological data P. A. Burrough
8. Numerical methods in practice: case-studies P. A. Burrough, J. A. F. Oudhof, A. Barendregt, R. H. G. Jongman and T. J. van de Nes
References
Index.