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Handbook of Mathematics and Statistics for the Environment
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Frank R. Spellman (Spellman Environmental Consultants, Norfolk, Virginia, USA) Nancy E. Whiting
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Handbook of Mathematics and Statistics for the Environment

Frank R. Spellman (Spellman Environmental Consultants, Norfolk, Virginia, USA) Nancy E. Whiting


CRC Press Inc

Probability & statistics;
Applied mathematics;
Environmental science, engineering & technology


860 pages

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A thorough revision of the previous Environmental Engineer's Mathematics Handbook, this book offers readers an unusual approach to presenting environmental math concepts, emphasizing the relationship between the principles in natural processes and environmental processes. It integrates the fundamental math operations performed by environmental practitioners for air, water, wastewater, solid/hazardous wastes, biosolids, environmental economics, stormwater operations, and environmental health, safety, and welfare. New material includes quadratic equations, Quadratic equations, Boolean algebra, statistics review, fundamental fire science, basic electricity for environmental practitioners, and environmental health computations and solutions.

By:   Frank R. Spellman (Spellman Environmental Consultants Norfolk Virginia USA), Nancy E. Whiting
Imprint:   CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 178mm,  Spine: 51mm
Weight:   1.633kg
ISBN:   9781466586376
ISBN 10:   1466586370
Pages:   860
Publication Date:   November 2013
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Fundamental Conversions, Computations, Modeling, and Algorithms Introduction Basic Math Operations Environmental Modeling Algorithms and Environmental Practice Quadratic Equations Trigonometric Ratios Statistics and Risk Measurement Statistics Review Computation and Measurement of Risk Boolean Algebra Economics Environmental Economics Engineering Fundamentals Fundamental Engineering Concepts Soil Mechanics Fundamental Soil Mechanics Basic Biomass Computations Biomass Computation (Forest-Based) Fundamental Science Computations Fundamental Chemistry and Hydraulics Environmental Health & Safety Computations Basic Calculations for Occupational Safety & Environmental Health Professionals Math Concepts: Air Pollution Control Gaseous Emission Control Particulate Emission Control Wet Scrubbers for Emission Control Math Concepts: Water Quality Running Waters Still Waters Groundwater Water Hydraulics Water Treatment Process Calculations Math Concepts Wastewater Wastewater Calculations Math Concepts: Stormwater Engineering Stormwater Calculations

Frank R. Spellman, PhD, is a retired assistant professor of environmental health at Old Dominion University, Norfolkm Viginia.

Handbook of Mathematics and Statistics for the Environment is a no-non-sense, easy to understand, and easy to use book. This book is a must have reference which will guide you to needed field calculations. -Jennifer See, Safety Manager, CSP, CHMM ... a perfect reference guide for any environmental health and safety professional on the job or studying for the CSP, CIH, or the various environmental certification exams. It encompasses mathematical terminology, great easy to understand example problems, and even information pertaining to environmental modeling. This handbook is a well thought out concise guide to a vast array of mathematical equations that can be utilized in everyday applications in the environmental safety and health field spanning many topics such as statistics, algorithms, basic science, and environmental health and safety issues including air pollution, soil, water quality, and waste water. A must have. -Revonna Marie Beiber, Certified Industrial Hygienist

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