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mathematical geology

[¦math·ə¦mad·ə·kəl jē′äl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The branch of geology concerned with the study of probability distributions of values of random variables involved in geologic processes.
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They would also like to express their appreciation for the team members of the Key Laboratory of Mathematical Geology in Sichuan, China.
1) Chengdu University of Technology, The Key Laboratory of Mathematical Geology in Sichuan, Chengdu 610059, China
Robust estimation of the variogram, Mathematical Geology 12(2): 115-125.
The origins of kriging, Mathematical Geology 22(3): 239-252.
Characteristics Scales", Mathematical Geology 28(3):275-293, Springer, The Netherlands, 1996.
On the practice of estimating fractal dimension", Mathematical Geology 23(7):945-958, Springer, The Netherlands, 1991.
Givler continued: "The journal Mathematical Geology cancelled publication of a paper by Iranian geologists that presented a new methodology related to earthquake prediction.
a manuscript received by Mathematical Geology on May 20, 1985 and accepted for publication on the same day (
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He cited books on history, music and archaeology that university presses have been unable to publish, and even an article that had to be withdrawn from the scholarly journal Mathematical Geology.
Evaluation and comparison of spatial interpolators, Mathematical Geology 24: 381-391.
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