The textbook for our NADA course
Helsel, D.R. (2012) Statistics for censored environmental data using Minitab and R (2nd edition), is written by the instructor.
The previous edition had the title Nondetects And Data Analysis. The second edition includes new material on using R statistical software, a new chapter on multivariate methods for nondetects, and other additions.
Reviews of the First Edition:
"Sound methods......a practical guide
" SETAC Globe, March 2005
"I would recommend this book for anyone conducting or reviewing the analysis and reporting of environmental data...
" Technometrics, February 2006
"..clear explanations...good instructions...solid advice...This is the book I will share with consulting clients who have data with below detection limit values.
" Journal of the American Statistical Association, March 2006
"...a 'must-have' desk reference for environmental practitioners dealing with censored datasets.
" Vadose Zone Journal, February 2006
Reviews on Amazon:
"This book should be owned, and read, by anyone and everyone who ever has to deal with environmental monitoring data." -- Tim Bray
"Excellent Resource" -- Jill Lundell
"Sensible advice...I recently incorporated many of the concepts from this book into regulatory requirements for coastal water quality standards" -- Steve Saiz
"This book fills a huge gap by providing proper statistical methods from the fields of medical and industrial research to the analysis of censored environmental data. ... I have found the information to be extremely helpful in my work as an in-house environmental consultant working for a large manufacturing company." -- Saul Furstein