Biometeorological Methods provides a unified look at methodologies in biometeorology. Examples of biometeorological studies have been chosen not because the results are necessarily significant but because the method is instructive.
The book begins with a brief survey of biometeorology to orient the reader approaching the subject for the first time. The remaining chapters seek to place in perspective the various experimental, empirical, analytical, and physical methods that are being used or could be used in biometeorology. Key topics discussed include space and time considerations in the sampling of the atmosphere; the design of biometeorological experiments; the use of tables, graphs, and charts in the search for biometeorological relationships; statistical and physical methods; and the synoptic approach. Also covered are studies on seasonal relationships, past climates, and climatic classification and indices.
The present volume should be of value to anyone seeking assistance in the design of experiments and analysis of environmental data.
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|Size: ||37.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Academic Press|
|Date published: || 1970|
|ISBN: ||9781483272412 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|