Explorative data analysis of heavy metal contaminated soil using multidimensional spatial regression

@article{Schnabel2003ExplorativeDA,
  title={Explorative data analysis of heavy metal contaminated soil using multidimensional spatial regression},
  author={U. Schnabel and O. Tietje},
  journal={Environmental Geology},
  year={2003},
  volume={44},
  pages={893-904}
}
  • U. Schnabel, O. Tietje
  • Published 2003
  • Environmental Geology
  • To obtain data on heavy metal contaminated soil requires laborious and time-consuming data sampling and analysis. Not only has the contamination to be measured, but also additional data characterizing the soil and the boundary conditions of the site, such as pH, land use, and soil fertility. For an integrative approach, combining the analysis of spatial distribution, and of factors influencing the contamination, and its treatment, the Mollifier interpolation was used, which is a non-parametric… CONTINUE READING
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