Interpolating water-table altitudes in west-central Kansas using kriging techniques

  title={Interpolating water-table altitudes in west-central Kansas using kriging techniques},
  author={Lloyd E. Dunlap and Joseph M. Spinazola},
  • Lloyd E. Dunlap, Joseph M. Spinazola
  • Published 1981
  • Geography
  • Kriging is a regionalization technique that incorporates the autocorrelation between known data values in its estimation of values at unmeasured sites. This technique is reproducible, accepts irregularly spaced data, uses only measured values closely surrounding points at which values are estimated, is an exact interpolator at measured data points, and calculates an error of estimate. Kriging was used to interpolate water-table altitudes for 1978 and an average 1978-80 for the Ogallala aquifer… CONTINUE READING

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