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Geostatistics Introduction

A reader-friendly introduction to geostatistics for students and researchers struggling with statistics. Using simple, clear explanations for introductory and advanced material, it demystifies complex concepts and makes formulas and statistical tests easy to apply. Beginning with a critical evaluation of experimental and sampling design, the book moves on to explain essential concepts of probability, statistical significance and type 1 and type 2 error. An accessible graphical explanation of analysis of variance (ANOVA) leads onto advanced ANOVA designs, correlation and regression, and non-parametric tests including chi-square. Finally, it introduces the essentials of multivariate techniques, multi-dimensional scaling and cluster analysis, analysis of sequences and concepts of spatial analysis. Illustrated with wide-ranging examples from topics across the Earth and environmental sciences, Geostatistics Explained can be used for undergraduate courses or for self-study and reference. Worked examples at the end of each chapter reinforce a clear understanding of the statistical tests and their applications.

  • End-of-chapter worked examples allow the reader to manipulate data and see how tests and formulas actually work
  • Diagnostic tables for choosing the appropriate statistical test provide an excellent resource for the non-specialist
  • Explanations encourage and give the reader the confidence to use statistical tests and interpret the results effectively even if they have an aversion to mathematics

Reviews & endorsements

"The book is easy to read, provides many examples, figures, graphs and illustrations as well as boxes providing complementary information. I can highly recommend this book based on my own experience with it, and can also imagine it being very useful for those teaching statistical methods to geoscientists." - Nina Kirchner, Mathematics Education Database

"The book's accessible presentation style and numerous interesting, illustrative examples from topics across the earth sciences provide students and researchers with a good foundation and a clear understanding of the fundamentals of statistics. Useful index ... Highly recommended." CHOICE

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