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This book is divided into the following chapters: basic concepts of decision-making in pest management; basic concepts of sampling for pest management; classifying pest density; distributions; sequential sampling for classification; enhancing and evaluating the usefulness of sampling plans; binomial counts; multiple sources of variation; resampling to evaluate the properties of sampling plans; sampling over time to classify or estimate a population growth curve; and monitoring pest populations through time. Available In Print
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