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TRANSLATING DIVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA INTO RELIABLE INFORMATION
Título:
TRANSLATING DIVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA INTO RELIABLE INFORMATION. HOW TO COORDINATE EVIDENCE FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES
Subtítulo:
Autor:
DANIEL VALLERO
Editorial:
ACADEMIC PRESS
Año de edición:
2017
Materia
MÉTODOS
ISBN:
978-0-12-812446-8
Páginas:
516
Tamaño:
191 x 235
Disponibilidad:
Disponible
149,99 € Comprar

Sinopsis

Translating Diverse Environmental Data into Reliable Information: How to Coordinate Evidence from Different Sources helps environmental scientists determine data needs, assess their quality, and efficiently manage their findings. Topics include 1) Issues specific to fully understanding interdisciplinary data, 2) Which fields are pulling in the most citizen scientists to facilitate data collection, and 3) How that impacts results. This book helps professionals and students utilize open data in environmental science.

Key Features

Provides tools to manage data of varying sizes and quality
Reexamines the way knowledge is built about environmental issues to meet the needs of modern students and professionals
Applies to data collected by academic, governmental and citizen scientists across environmental systems
Improves readers’ ability to organize and visualize their work in the age of big data

Readership

Graduate students, researchers and professionals in environmental science, environmental engineering or related fields like pollution, ecotoxicology, environmental chemistry

Índice

Part I: Data and the Environment

Chapter 1: Building a New Environmental Knowledgebase
Chapter 2: The Environmental Knowledge Cascade

Part II: Environmental Knowledgebases

Chapter 3: Stressors
Chapter 4: Pathways
Chapter 5: Air
Chapter 6: Water
Chapter 7: Contaminant Storage Systems

Part III: Managing Environmental Knowledge Building

Chapter 8: Environmental Models
Chapter 9: Environmental Data Analysis
Chapter 10: Data Interpretation and Presentation
Chapter 11: Examples and Case Studies

Appendices

1: Physicochemical Data Sources
2: OECD’s Emission Scenario Document Method for Calculating Environmental Releases
3. Key terms and notation