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Environmental and ecological statistics plays a crucial role in addressing pressing environmental challenges, informing policy decisions and promoting sustainable development. It also helps in understanding ecological processes, quantifying environmental risks and supporting evidence-based conservation and management practices. Environmental and ecological statistics involves the application of statistical methods to study and understand various aspects of the natural world, including ecosystems, biodiversity, environmental processes and their interactions with human activities. Some key aspects of environmental and ecological statistics are study design and analysis, biodiversity assessment, environmental monitoring, ecological modelling, impact assessment and conservation and sustainable resource management. 

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