Statistics for Environmental Engineers covers a wide range of subject areas, some of which are not typically found in textbooks on statistics. The book contains 54 chapters, which are typically 6 to 10 pages in length. The intention was to make each chapter independent of the others and able to stand alone. Books on statistics for non-statisticians can be terse and still cover the necessary material well—an example is Halstead (1966), the text used for the sophomore-level statistics class I took in 1970. However, the result in the present instance is chapters that are unnecessarily limited in scope, so that...

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