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Author: J. Russell Boulding
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: solids, vol, ground, water, appendices, guide, reference, characterization, monitoring, techniques, desk, subsurface
Number of Pages: 494
Published: 1996-07
ISBN-10: 0788132040
ISBN-13: 9780788132049

Provides information on where to go to find detailed guidance on how to use these techniques. Covers: remote sensing & surface geophysical methods; drilling & solids sampling methods; geophysical logging of boreholes; aquifer test methods; ground water sampling methods; Vadose Zone (VZ) hydrologic properties: water state, infiltration, conductivity, & flux; VZ water budget characterization methods; VZ soil-solute/gas sampling & monitoring methods; & chemical field screening & analytical methods. Charts, tables, graphs & drawings.
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Author: Peter M. Eller
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: methods, analytical, manual, niosh
Number of Pages: 1448
Published: 1994-12
ISBN-10: 0788115006
ISBN-13: 9780788115004

One of the functions of NIOSH is the development of sampling & analytical methods for monitoring occupational exposures to toxic substances in air & biological samples. These methods are published in this manual. The monitoring methods cover the collection of aerosols, gases, & vapors in air with active samplers followed by laboratory analysis, as well as with diffusive samplers & direct-reading field instruments. The methods are arranged in alphabetical order by method name. Glossary & 3 indices.
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Author: Magnus Finne
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: spread, spectrum, signals, sequence, direct, direction, finding, methods
Number of Pages: 64
Published: 1996-11
ISBN-10: 0788135538
ISBN-13: 9780788135538

The use of spread-spectrum signals has increased dramatically in military radio communications. This report locates methods for direction-finding direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DS/SS) signals; digital methods are of special interest. A literature survey was conducted to see if there are any known methods. Investigated if a DS/SS detection method using a square-law detector can be extended to direction-finding. By use of computer simulations, show the performance of the methods found. Benefits and problems are also discussed.
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Author: Kristen Evans
Publisher: CIFOR
Keywords: communities, think, ahead, ways, four, guide, future, field
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 9792446540
ISBN-13: 9789792446548

Introduction: Communities and their future; Four methods for thinking ahead; Why the methods are useful; Participation; Getting ready: team preparations; Selection participants; Monitoring; Facilitating the methods step by step; Facilitation skills and tips.
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Author: Paul R. Adamus
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: methods, assessment, birds, biological, condition, evaluating, wetland
Number of Pages: 22
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 1428905324
ISBN-13: 9781428905320
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Author: Russell V. Luepker
Publisher: World Health Organization
Keywords: methods, survey, cardiovascular
Number of Pages: 204
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 9241545763
ISBN-13: 9789241545761

This new edition attempts to provide a broad picture of cardiovascular disease epidemiology including survey methods, experimental methods, and new methods appropriate for use in developed and developing countries. It also goes beyond practical guidelines to provide detailed methods useful in the field for data collection, editing, analysis, and interpretation. The book is not only a manual of operations for surveys but provides, as well, the conceptual background and literature base for the research approaches and procedures that it proposes. A complete source and critical reference for the m
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Author: Eva Wollenberg
Publisher: CIFOR
Keywords: forest, local, communities, products, development, methods, incomes, conservation
Number of Pages: 468
Published: 1998
ISBN-10: 9798764196
ISBN-13: 9789798764196

Documentation and comparation methods to assess options for forest-based livelihoods and their outcomes. The contributions are based on the premise that livelihood and conservation goals can be best achieved by improving information flow about changes in the environment, and the impacts of forest use. The authors report on the strengths and weaknesses of methods that have been tried in the field.
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