CARStat is an easy-to-learn statistical analysis
system that automatically performs a complete analysis of all sampling
locations, groups of locations, and constituents with a single mouse click.
It is completely consistent with USEPA Subtitle C and D regulations and
all USEPA guidance documents.
CARStat performs comparisons to background and
to regulatory standards as well as natural attenuation analysis. Appropriate
confidence limits, prediction limits, distributional testing, treatment
of nondetects, trend analysis, and outlier detections are automatically
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Statistical Methods for Detection and Quantification of Environmental Contamination is published by
John Wiley & Sons.
In their book Statistical
Methods for Detection and Quantification of Environmental
Contamination (2001), authors Dr. Robert D.
Gibbons and David E. Coleman:
- Describe the statistical theory underlying the detection and quantification of environmental pollution in laboratory and field.
- Present statistical methods that allow the earliest possible
detection and quantification of contaminants.
- Describe procedures applicable to all environmental constituents.
- Cover numerous state-of-the-art approaches and include case
studies demonstrating practical applications of these approaches.
- Demonstrate the use of analytical measurements in making environmental
impact decisions, and in comparing environmental data to regulatory
standards and naturally occurring background concentrations.