Data Analysis Methods in Physical Oceanography
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C Domingues, Phys. Oceanog. student said Just in time !. We have no similar books in Physical Oceanography. It puts together the description of many useful techniques (including the modern ones) and it also considers pratical aspects of data collection and analysis. The text is easy to follow. The figures are very clear. Useful references are cited. Other geophysical a. Highly recommended In Data Analysis Methods in Physical Oceanography, Emery and Thomson have drawn together a broad range of information on data analysis methods in a single volume. It is an excellent book for the experienced researcher as well as upper level undergraduates and graduate students. It could either serve as a textbook. Great reference for students and practicing professionals in oceanography This is a must have for all field oceanographers. The material is well organized and clearly presented. Excellent companion for intro data analysis and observational physical oceanography texts.
The book is both a guide and an encyclopedia to modern data processing methods in the geophysical sciences. The elsevier/locate/isbn/0444507566 Second and Revised Edition of Data Analysis Methods in Physical Oceanography will be published in March 2001.. Data presentation and display methods are reviewed in chapter two. The remaining three chapters supply detailed information on a broad range of statistical and deterministic data analysis methods ranging from established methods such as Analysis of Variance methods and Principal Component Analysis, to more recent data analysis techniques such as Wavelet Transforms and Fractals. No other book of this type exists that brings together in one volume information on the measurement systems, data editing, data reduction/processing and analysis and interpretation. Each technique is illustrated by a worked example
JayThis is an excellent book that I recommend highly and will definitely use for my own research and teaching.EOS TransactionsA. MofjelfData Analysis Methods in Physical Oceanography is highly recommended for a wide range of readers, from the relative novice to the experienced researcher. The reader gets the benefit of extremely broad coverage and an excellent set of examples drawn from geographical observations.Oceanography, Vol. 12, No. 3P. It would be appropriate for academic and special libraries.E-Streams, Vol.2, No.8. 9D.A. This is a very practical guide to the various statistical analysis methods used for obtaining information from geophysical data, with particular reference to oceanographyThe book provides both a text for advanced