Criteria for the design, execution and analysis of terrestrial non-target invertebrate field tests.

Author Sotherton, N.W., Jepson, P.C. & Pullen, A.J.
Citation Sotherton, N.W., Jepson, P.C. & Pullen, A.J. (1988). Criteria for the design, execution and analysis of terrestrial non-target invertebrate field tests. In: Greaves, M.P., Smith, B.P. & Greig-Smith, P.W. (eds) Environmental Effects of Pesticides: 183-190. BCPC Monograph No. 40, British Crop Protection Council, Farnham.

Abstract

Draft guidelines for the design, execution and analysis of terrestrial non-target invertebrate field tests are developed. These address problems of integrating ecological and statistical considerations in site selection, plot size, replication and layout and indicate important questions that should be asked prior to undertaking such studies. The potential of these guidelines for the development of Good Laboratory Practice standard operating procedures is considered.

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