Geostatistics for Environmental Applications
For its tenth edition, the Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications took place at the former École des Mines de Paris, now Mines ParisTech, where Georges Matheron developed the foundations of Geostatistics and numerous renowned researchers followed in his footsteps.
From July 9 until July 11, more than 170 experts on geostatistics applied to environmental problems gathered at MINES ParisTech to attend this tenth edition of geoENV. This book contains the abstracts of all presentations, covering fields such as Geostatistical theory and new methodologies, stochastic simulations, spatiotemporal processes, surface and subsurface hydrology, inverse modeling, air quality, climate change, soil contamination, pedology, ecology, natural resources, health, epidemiology, CO2 sequestration, forestry, agriculture, and remote sensing.
Editeur: Presses des Mines
Date de publication: 2014/10
Nombre de pages: 200