Quantitative Analysis and Modeling of Earth and Environmental Data

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  • Author : Jiaping Wu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 420 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128163412
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Quantitative Analysis and Modeling of Earth and Environmental Data

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Quantitative Analysis and Modeling of Earth and Environmental Data: Applications for Spatial and Temporal Variation offers a systematic, quantitative analysis of multi-sourced data, including the spatial distribution and temporal dynamics of natural attributes. It covers data handling techniques that may vary by space and/or time, and aims to improve understanding of physical laws of change underlying available numerical datasets, while also considering in-situ uncertainties and relevant measurement errors (conceptual, technical, computational). Featuring real-world practical applications and practice exercises, this

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