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Risk assessment with time to event models [electronic resource] /edited by Mark Crane ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Crane, Mark, 1962-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelComputer fileSeries: Environmental and ecological risk assessment series.Publisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : Lewis Publishers, c2002Description: 175 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781420032284 (e-book : PDF); 9781566705820.Call number: 363.702 R595 Subject(s): Environmental risk assessment -- MethodologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Online resources: Distributed by publisher. Purchase or institutional license may be required for access.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1 Introduction to time to event methods 1 -- Michael C. Newman and Mark Crane --Chapter 2 Time to event analysis of standard ecotoxicity data 7 -- Mark Crane and Albania Grosso --Chapter 3 Applying time to event methods to assess pollutant effects on populations 23 -- Michael C. Newman and John T. McCloskey --Chapter 4 Time-concentration-effect models in predicting chronic toxicity from acute toxicity data39 -- Foster L. Mayer, Mark R. Ellersieck, Gary F. Krause, Kai Sun, Gunhee Lee -- and Denny R. Buckler --Chapter 5 Just how much better is a time to event analysis? 69 -- Philip M. Dixon --Chapter 6 Using time to event modeling to assess the ecological risk of produced water discharges 89 -- Chris C. Karman --Chapter 7 Time to event analysis in the agricultural sciences 103 -- John S. Fenlon --Chapter 8 Time to event analysis in ecology121 -- Bryan F.J. Manly --Chapter 9 Time to Event analysis in engineering 141 -- Alan Kimber --Chapter 10 Can risk assessment be improved with time to event models?153 -- Mark Crane, Peter F. Chapman, Tim Sparks, John Fenlon and Michael C. Newman -- Chapter 11 Conclusions 167 -- Mark Crane, Peter F. Chapman and Michael C. Newman.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1 Introduction to time to event methods 1 -- Michael C. Newman and Mark Crane --Chapter 2 Time to event analysis of standard ecotoxicity data 7 -- Mark Crane and Albania Grosso --Chapter 3 Applying time to event methods to assess pollutant effects on populations 23 -- Michael C. Newman and John T. McCloskey --Chapter 4 Time-concentration-effect models in predicting chronic toxicity from acute toxicity data39 -- Foster L. Mayer, Mark R. Ellersieck, Gary F. Krause, Kai Sun, Gunhee Lee -- and Denny R. Buckler --Chapter 5 Just how much better is a time to event analysis? 69 -- Philip M. Dixon --Chapter 6 Using time to event modeling to assess the ecological risk of produced water discharges 89 -- Chris C. Karman --Chapter 7 Time to event analysis in the agricultural sciences 103 -- John S. Fenlon --Chapter 8 Time to event analysis in ecology121 -- Bryan F.J. Manly --Chapter 9 Time to Event analysis in engineering 141 -- Alan Kimber --Chapter 10 Can risk assessment be improved with time to event models?153 -- Mark Crane, Peter F. Chapman, Tim Sparks, John Fenlon and Michael C. Newman -- Chapter 11 Conclusions 167 -- Mark Crane, Peter F. Chapman and Michael C. Newman.

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