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Environmental Statistics (AIA# TCESTA) (7 credit hours/7 HSW Hours)
This 7 hour course provides an overview of statistical methods that are applicable to the various life cycles of a typical environmental project. The course explains basic statistical concepts and their application to environmental projects. The course provides step-by-step instructions for conducting a variety of useful and common statistical tests for environmental data. This course is not meant to replace statistical texts or electronic statistical software. It does not present derivations of statistical formulas or a comprehensive treatment of statistical concepts, but focuses on the application of select statistical methods.
US Army Corps of Engineers
The student will have knowledge that statistics can be used to guide the selection of sampling locations, analyze large data sets, and verify that project objectives have been met.    
 
The student will have knowledge that a preliminary assessment (PA) is initiated after a CERCLA site (or suspected site) is identified and that the purpose of the PA is to determine if a site poses a potential threat to human health or the environment.     
 
The student will have knowledge of the site inspection, in which the major objective of these evaluations is to establish the presence or absence of site contamination with respect to predefined decision limits.  Additionally, the student will have knowledge that an SI is performed if the PA indicates the potential for hazardous materials to be present, if human or ecological receptors, or both, exist, and if there are potential complete exposure pathways for the receptors.           
 
The student will have knowledge that during the remedial design and remedial action (RD/RA) phase, engineers develop detailed designs for remedial actions, construct remediation systems, and operate and monitor sites with long-term remedies in place.

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