Mapping water table depth using geophysical and environmental variables.

@article{Buchanan2009MappingWT,
  title={Mapping water table depth using geophysical and environmental variables.},
  author={Shelly Buchanan and John Triantafilis},
  journal={Ground water},
  year={2009},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={80-96}
}
Despite its importance, accurate representation of the spatial distribution of water table depth remains one of the greatest deficiencies in many hydrological investigations. Historically, both inverse distance weighting (IDW) and ordinary kriging (OK) have been used to interpolate depths. These methods, however, have major limitations: namely they require large numbers of measurements to represent the spatial variability of water table depth and they do not represent the variation between… CONTINUE READING