Analysing Ecological Data

Authors A. F. Zuur, E. N. Ieno and G. M. Smith. Edition First. Publisher Springer Verlag. Pages 672. Price £54.00. ISBN 9780387459677.

May 22, 2008

This is a practical way of analysing ecological data in which methodological approaches are combined with real data sets with the advantages and disadvantages of each strategy discussed.

Who is it for? Upper undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers in ecology.

Presentation - It links ecological data, data analysis and discussion of the approaches.

Would you recommend it? If you want an edited volume on different methods of ecological data analysis, then this book is worth looking through.

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