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Methodological Rigors in the Statistical Research on Urban Household Waste

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  • Gheorghe SAVOIU

    (University of Pitesti)

  • Ion IORGA SIMAN

    (University of Pitesti)

  • Constantin MANEA

    (University of Pitesti)

  • Mladen CUDANOV

    (University of Belgrade)

Abstract

This article describes the conditions imposed, the constraints and the solutions that are specific to statistical research in the broad field of ecology, materialized within the limited range of urban waste. Exhaustive investigation and analysis of the general and local, as well as the comprehensive population data, the sampling, the concrete sample-taking, formulating the objectives and drawing up the questionnaire are presented. A final remark in the present paper underlines the specificity of an ecology-related statistical survey as an useful alternative for those who want to conduct researches in contemporary ecological environment, and especially in the area of household waste.

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  • Gheorghe SAVOIU & Ion IORGA SIMAN & Constantin MANEA & Mladen CUDANOV, 2012. "Methodological Rigors in the Statistical Research on Urban Household Waste," Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, Romanian Statistical Review, vol. 60(3), pages 25-33, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rsr:supplm:v:60:y:2012:i:3:p:25-33
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    1. Gheorghe SAVOIU & Constantin MANEA & Ion Iorga SIMAN, 2014. "Romania’s Integration in the European Union, in terms of environment statistical indicators," Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, Romanian Statistical Review, vol. 62(2), pages 24-32, February.

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