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Geostatistical Case Studies. Series: Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics, Vol. 2. Matheron, . Armstrong, M. (Ed. 1987

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Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics. Over the past quarter of a century, many geostatistical case studies have been published but the vast majority of these are routine applications of kriging. Our objective with this volume is to present a series of innovative applications of geostatistics. These range from a careful variographic analysis on uranium data, through detailed studies on geologically complex deposits right up to the latest nonlinear methods applied to deposits with highly skew data distributions.

Multiple-point geostatistics: modeling with training images . Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, 364 p. ^ Hansen, . Tarantola, A. and Mosegaard, K. (2006). Remy, . et al. (2009), Applied Geostatistics with SGeMS: A User's Guide, 284 p. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Armstrong, M and Champigny, N, 1988, A Study on Kriging Small Blocks, CIM Bulletin, Vol 82, No 923. Armstrong, M, 1992, Freedom of Speech? De Geeostatisticis, July, No 14.

Download books for free. It is now nearly 25 years since the first textbook on geostatistics ("Traitj de gjostatistique appliquje" by G. Matheron) appeared in print in 1962. Series: Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics 2. File: PDF, 1. 5 MB. Читать онлайн. In that time geostatis­ tics has grown from an arcane theory regarded with scepticism by statisticians and miners alike, to a reputable scientific disci­ pline which is routinely used in the geosciences. In the mining industry, in particularly, comparisons between predicted reserve estimates and actual production figures have proved its worth. 1 MATHERON G. The internal consistency of models in qeostatistics. Instead they show readers how to incorporate geology into geostatistical case studies in a meaningful way. Ещё. Geostatistical Case Studies. 21 MONESTIEZ . HABIB R. and AUDERGON . Estimation de la covariance et du varioqramme pour une fonction aleatoire a support arborescent : application a l'etude des arbres fruitiers. Modelisation qeostatistique de reseaux de fractures.

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Geostatistical Case Studies book. Matheron) appeared in print in 1962

Geostatistical Case Studies book. In the mining industry, It is now nearly 25 years since the first textbook on geostatistics ("Traitj de gjostatistique appliquje" by G.

Geostatistics: Proceedings of the Third International Geostatistics Congress September 5-9, 1988, Avignon, France - Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics 4 (Hardback).

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It is now nearly 25 years since the first textbook on geostatistics ("Traitj de gjostatistique appliquje" by G. Matheron) appeared in print in 1962. In that time geostatis­ tics has grown from an arcane theory regarded with scepticism by statisticians and miners alike, to a reputable scientific disci­ pline which is routinely used in the geosciences. In the mining industry, in particularly, comparisons between predicted reserve estimates and actual production figures have proved its worth. Few now doubt its usefulness as a statistical tool in the earth sciences. Over the past quarter of a century, many geostatistical case studies have been published but the vast majority of these are routine applications of kriging. Our objective with this volume is to present a series of innovative applications of geostatistics. These range from a careful variographic analysis on uranium data, through detailed studies on geologically complex deposits right up to the latest nonlinear methods applied to deposits with highly skew data distributions. Applications of new techniques such as the external drift method for combining well data with seismic information have also been included. Throughout the volume the accent has been put on how to apply geostatistics in practice. Notation has been kept to a mininmum and mathematical details have been relegated to annexes. We hope that this will encourage readers to put the more sophis­ ticated techniques into practice in their own fields.

Geostatistical Case Studies (Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1556080197

ISBN: 1556080190

Author: G. Matheron,M. Armstrong

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Language: English

Publisher: Springer; 1987 edition (February 28, 1987)

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