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Most environmental problems require skill in quantifying complex concepts such as energy use, waste generation, pollution production, contaminant loading, and the economic costs or benefits of regulatory action. This book is an introduction to the quantitative analysis of environmental problems, written for a broad range of environmental professionals whose quantitative skills may vary from negligible to adequate.
ROBERT A. HERENDEEN is a staff scientist with the Illinois Natural History Survey at the University of Illinois. Dr. Herendeen also holds academic positions with the Departments of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences; Urban and Regional Planning; and Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution; and with the Office of Supercomputing Applications.