Use of geostatistics for remediation planning to transcend urban political boundaries.

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Soil remediation plans are often dictated by areas of jurisdiction or property lines instead of scientific information. This study exemplifies how geostatistically interpolated surfaces can substantially improve remediation planning. Ordinary kriging, ordinary co-kriging, and inverse distance weighting spatial interpolation methods were compared for… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2012.06.006

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@article{Milillo2012UseOG, title={Use of geostatistics for remediation planning to transcend urban political boundaries.}, author={Tammy M Milillo and Gaurav Sinha and Joseph A. Gardella}, journal={Environmental pollution}, year={2012}, volume={170}, pages={52-62} }