The good, the bad and the ugly of monitoring programs: Defining questions and establishing objectives.

  • Bruce Stout
  • Published 1993 in Environmental monitoring and assessment

Abstract

All of us who have been around graduate students have had the experience of poorly defined thesis research proposals. Something like 'I want to study the vegetation of watershed X ' is an example. The student hopes that if enough data are collected that somehow there will emerge full blown something of value that will pass a dissertation committee. When… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00547488

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@article{Stout1993TheGT, title={The good, the bad and the ugly of monitoring programs: Defining questions and establishing objectives.}, author={Bruce Stout}, journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment}, year={1993}, volume={26 2-3}, pages={91-8} }