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Title: Practical Geostatistics 2000: Case Studies

Date: 1 October 2008

ISBN: 0970331746

Book Author(s): Isobel Clark and William V Harper

Book Publisher: Ecosse North American LLc

Cost: 50 US$

Pages: 365

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A different kind of "Answers" book, this volume contains in-depth case studies. Real case studies in which we take you through each step of our analysis process. These are not partial examples or artificial data, but real projects we have lived, sweated over, learned from, and seen them through to completion. Our path to addressing real problems is not linear and as we often have to explore alternative avenues until a result is found that works well in reality. A must have book for any that have found value in other members of the Practical Geostatistics 2000 collection.
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A different kind of "Answers" book, this volume contains in-depth case studies. Real case studies in which we take you through each step of our analysis process. These are not partial examples or artificial data, but real projects we have lived, sweated over, learned from, and seen them through to completion. Our path to addressing real problems is not linear and as we often have to explore alternative avenues until a result is found that works well in reality. A must have book for any that have found value in other members of the Practical Geostatistics 2000 collection.

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META TOPICPARENT name="AI_GEOSTATSBooks"
Title: Practical Geostatistics 2000: Case Studies

Date: 1 October 2008

ISBN: 0970331746

Book Author(s): Isobel Clark and William V Harper

Book Publisher: Ecosse North American LLc

Cost: 50 US$

Pages: 365

Url: http://ecossenorthamerica.com/

Description:

A different kind of "Answers" book, this volume contains in-depth case studies. Real case studies in which we take you through each step of our analysis process. These are not partial examples or artificial data, but real projects we have lived, sweated over, learned from, and seen them through to completion. Our path to addressing real problems is not linear and as we often have to explore alternative avenues until a result is found that works well in reality. A must have book for any that have found value in other members of the Practical Geostatistics 2000 collection.

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