Should damaged trees be clear cut and replanted or allowed to recover naturally? Is the deer herd large enough to survive hunting pressure? Managing forest resources entails numerous decisions. Making these decisions intelligently requires sound information about the resource in question. Ideally, assessments should be based on the entire populatio

chapter 1|6 pages

Introduction to Sampling

chapter 2|6 pages

Accuracy and Precision of Data

chapter 3|16 pages

Data Arrangement

chapter 4|4 pages


chapter 5|26 pages


chapter 6|10 pages

Measures of Dispersion

chapter 7|28 pages


chapter 8|32 pages

Probability Distributions

chapter 9|46 pages

Multidimensional Probability Distributions

chapter 10|40 pages

Discrete Probability Distributions

chapter 11|46 pages

Continuous Probability Distributions

chapter 12|48 pages

Sampling Theory

chapter 13|52 pages

Estimation of Parameters

chapter 14|68 pages

Fundamentals of Hypothesis Testing

chapter 15|92 pages

Regression and Correlation

chapter 16|58 pages

Stratified Random Sampling

chapter 17|128 pages

Cluster Sampling

chapter 18|54 pages

Systematic Sampling

chapter 19|50 pages

Ratio Estimation

chapter 20|36 pages

Double Sampling

chapter 21|84 pages

Sampling with Unequal Probabilities