SpaceTime Dynamic Design of Environmental Monitoring Networks

  title={SpaceTime Dynamic Design of Environmental Monitoring Networks},
  author={Christopher K. Wikle and J. Andrew Royle},
Methods for constructing optimal spatial sampling designs for environmental monitoring networks, widely applied in a large number of disciplines, generally produce static designs that are optimal under models with no explicit temporal structure. However, environmental processes tend to exhibit both spatial and temporal variability; hence, static networks may not capture the essential spatiotemporal variability of the process. Static designs, often necessary due to geopolitical and economic… CONTINUE READING
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