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Geostatistics applied to earth sciences

Geostatistics applied to earth sciences

Papers presented at the Third International Geostatistics Congress, September 5-9, 1988, Avignon, France (Sciences de la terre)

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Published by Fondation scientifique de la geologie et de ses applications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Earth sciences,
  • Statistical methods

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8983143M
    ISBN 102855550424
    ISBN 109782855550428

    Geostatistics: Mathematical and Statistical Basis (Book Chapter) The dissemination of methods of applied (spatial) Earth and Environmental sciences. In addition to methodological. Engineers and applied geophysicists routinely encounter interpolation and estimation problems when analysing data from field observations. Introduction to Geostatistics presents practical techniques for the estimation of spatial functions from sparse data. The author's unique approach is a synthesis of classic and geostatistical methods with a focus on the most practical linear .

    This book examines purpose and use of geostatistics in exploration and development of oil and gas with an emphasis on appropriate and pertinent case studies. It present an overview of geostatistics. Topics covered include: The semivariogram; Linear estimation; Multivariate geostatistics; Nonlinear. The book is written for those who have a basic understanding of geostatistics. Every student of geostatistics should read it; every professional geostatistician will find it indispensable. The extensive table of contents can be used as a reference when looking for the solution to practical problems and the numerous figures will provide a clear.

      In Applied Geostatistics the authors demonstrate how simple statistical methods can be used to analyse earth science data. In clear language, they explain how various forms of the estimation method called kriging can be employed for specific problems. A case study of a simulated deposit is the focus for the book/5(11). This volume is the first book-length treatment of model-based geostatistics. "Model-Based Geostatistics is appropriate as a textbook for applied geostatistics or as supportive material for spatial statistics for graduate students. … Overall, this book provides a comprehensive summary of model-based geostatitics. Earth Sciences.


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