Practical Geostatistics 2000: Book and CD
Isobel Clark & William V Harper
Ecosse North America Llc, Columbus, Ohio
Date of Publication:
1 August 2000
Practical Geostatistics 2000 is a textbook in geostatistics which can be used as the basis for undergraduate and Master's level courses or for self-teaching. In an easy-to-read style, with a minimum of mathematics, Practical Geostatistics 2000 continues the traditional of Practical Geostatistics 1979. Aimed at non-specialists, PG2000 takes the reader from no statistical knowledge through the basic necessary statistical background, inverse distance applications, semi-variogram calculation and modelling to simple and ordinary kriging. The final chapter gives basic case studies in indicator, universal, lognormal and rank uniform kriging. The first 10 chapters contain worked examples and exercises for the reader. A separate volume of "Answers to Exercises" has been released end of 2000.
The CD version contains the book in a hypertext form plus software and all data sets for exercises and worked examples. For those who only buy the book, software and data sets may be downloaded from the Web.