Applied Geostatistics

Author: Edward H. Isaaks
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195050134
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"The book is so easy to follow that many readers may not even need formal instruction and may find it suitable for self-tutoring. I predict the volume will be a standard geostatistical reference for the decade." --Mathematical Geology

An Introduction To Applied Geostatistics

Author: Edward H. Isaaks
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Applied Geostatistics With Sgems

Author: Nicolas Remy
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139473460
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The Stanford Geostatistical Modeling Software (SGeMS) is an open-source computer package for solving problems involving spatially related variables. It provides geostatistics practitioners with a user-friendly interface, an interactive 3-D visualization, and a wide selection of algorithms. This practical book provides a step-by-step guide to using SGeMS algorithms. It explains the underlying theory, demonstrates their implementation, discusses their potential limitations, and helps the user make an informed decision about the choice of one algorithm over another. Users can complete complex tasks using the embedded scripting language, and new algorithms can be developed and integrated through the SGeMS plug-in mechanism. SGeMS was the first software to provide algorithms for multiple-point statistics, and the book presents a discussion of the corresponding theory and applications. Incorporating the full SGeMS software (now available from www.cambridge.org/9781107403246), this book is a useful user-guide for Earth Science graduates and researchers, as well as practitioners of environmental mining and petroleum engineering.

Applied Geostatistics

Author: Edward H. Isaaks
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195050127
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In this introductory text the authors demonstrate how simple statistical methods can be used to analyze earth science data. In clear language, they explain how various forms of the estimation method called kriging can be employed for specific problems. The book highlights an instructive case study of a simulated deposit. This model helps students develop an understanding of how statistical tools work in real situations, and serves as a tutorial guide to help the reader through what may be their first independent geostatistical study. Though the authors have avoided mathematical formalism, the presentation is not simplistic and readers should be familiar with basic calculus and be able to find the minimum of a function by using the first derivative.

Applied Geostatistics For Reservoir Characterization

Author: Mohan Kelkar
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ISBN: 9781555630959
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Practical Aspects Of Applying Geostatistics At Hazardous Toxic And Radioactive Waste Sites

Author: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
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Geostatistics Wollongong 96 1 1997

Author: Ernest Y. Baafi
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792344940
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The papers in this volume provide a comprehensive account of the current methods and work in geostatistics, including recent theoretical developments and applications. Topics featured include: stochastic simulations, space-time modelling, and Bayesian framework.

Geostatistics For Natural Resources Evaluation

Author: Pierre Goovaerts
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780195115383
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This text fulfills a need for an advanced-level work covering both the theory and application of geostatistics. It covers the most important areas of geostatistical methodology, introducing tools for description, quantitative modeling of spatial continuity, spatial prediction, and assessment of local uncertainty and stochastic simulation. It also details the theoretical background underlying most GSLIB programs. The tools are applied to an environmental data set, but the book includes a general presentation of algorithms intended for students and practitioners in such diverse fields as soil science, mining, petroleum, remote sensing, hydrogeology, and the environmental sciences.

Geoenv Vi Geostatistics For Environmental Applications

Author: Amílcar Soares
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402064487
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This volume contains 40 selected full-text contributions from the Sixth European Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, geoENV IV, held in Rhodes, Greece, October 25-26, 2006. The objective of the editors was to compile a set of papers from which the reader could perceive how geostatistics is applied within the environmental sciences. A few selected theoretical contributions are also included.

Engineering And Design Practical Aspects Of Applying Geostatistics At Hazardous Toxic And Radioactive Waste Sites

Author: Kisuk Cheung
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ISBN: 9781423549529
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The principal purpose of this ETL is to introduce the reader to geostatistical techniques and to demonstrate their basic utility with respect to HTRW site investigations. The ETL also will include a discussion of statistical concepts that support the science of geostatistics. Practical aspects of geostatistical techniques will be discussed in two ways, First, practical references will be made, when appropriate, during the discussion of statistical concepts, and second, examples describing several aspects of the use of geostatistical techniques in HTRW site investigations will be presented and discussed in a section of this ETL specifically dedicated to providing working examples. This ETL also will include a brief literature and software review; review of geostatistical applications; comparison of information that is generated with geostatistical methods to that information obtained using classical statistical methods; and some more recent geostatistical methods, such as conditional simulation.