2 edition of Quantitative ecology and marine biology found in the catalog.
Quantitative ecology and marine biology
Gerald J. Bakus
|Statement||Gerald J. Bakus.|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.S3 B284 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||91222520|
The Marine Biology and Ecology (MBE) academic program focuses on a wide range of field, laboratory, and theoretical coursework in a range of research areas, such as as physiology, genetics, evolution, diseases, molecular biology, coral reef ecology, tropical marine ecosystem conservation, fish biology, ecology, conservation and management, and. can fully master all areas of science touching upon marine ecology. Hence, scientists who use statistics in their research relating more or less directly to marine ecology may be divided into three broad categories: (1) quantitative marine ecology specialists, i.e. those whose main level of expertise is in sampling and experimental design.
Quantitative ecology is the application of advanced mathematical and statistical tools to any number of problems in the field of is a small but growing subfield in ecology, reflecting the demand among practicing ecologists to interpret ever larger and more complex data sets using quantitative . The Center for Quantitative Science offers a minor for undergraduate students who are interested in applications of statistical and mathematical tools to problems in ecology, biology, renewable resource management, and the environment. Minor Requirements Courses and Electives.
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Quantitative Analysis of Marine Biological Communities, with its extensive use of examples, is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students in marine biology. Marine biologists, regardless of their level of experience, will also discover new approaches to quantitative analysis tailored to Cited by: GERALD J.
BAKUS, PHD, is Professor of Biology at the University of Southern California. He has more than five decades of experience in biology and the marine sciences.
In addition to his many published research and review articles, Dr. Bakus is the author of Quantitative Ecology and Marine Biology and Coral Reef : Gerald J.
Bakus. This book provides comprehensive coverage of quantitative methods in field biology, experimentation, environment, and marine sciences. With a focus on marine biology and ecology, it presents typically complex sampling and mathematical techniques in a simple manner, complete with examples.
Contents. butors Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bakus, Gerald J. Quantitative ecology and marine biology.
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In addition to his many published research and review articles, Dr. Bakus is the author of Quantitative Ecology and Marine Biology and Coral Reef Ecosystems.
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GERALD J. BAKUS, PHD, is Professor of Biology at the University of Southern has more than five decades of experience in biology and the marine sciences. In addition to his many published research and review articles, Dr. Bakus is the author of Quantitative Ecology and Marine Biology and Coral Reef Ecosystems.
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