Fisheries Statistics in Evaluating Claims of Pollutionby R. Tollefson,
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1961, Vol. 87, Issue 3, Pg. 11-22
Document Type: Journal Paper
Used cautiously, fisheries statistics can be invaluable to sanitary engineer in evaluating claims that waste discharges are responsible for declining or fluctuating fisheries resources; after describing types of data encountered (catch, catch per unit of effort, actual populations, time of occurrence), proper and improper uses of statistics are shown in 9 illustrations.
Subject Headings: Statistics | Fish management | Claims | Pollution | Recycling | Population projection
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