The text is divided into six distinct chapters. The first chapter covers planning, including health and safety together with information on a variety of statistical techniques for examining and analysing data. Following a chapter dealing with site characterisation and general aspects of species identification, subsequent chapters describe the techniques used to survey and census particular groups of organisms. The final chapter covers interpreting and presenting data and writing up the research. The emphasis here is on appropriate wording of interpretation and structure and content of the report.
Details Practical Field Ecology: A Project Guide
|Title||Practical Field Ecology: A Project Guide|
|Author||C. Philip Wheater|
|Release Date||7th Jun 2011|