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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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Baechaer, "Statistical analysis of rock mass fracturing," Mathematical Geology, vol.
Diebolt, "Describing the geometry of 3D fracture systems by correcting for linear sampling bias," Mathematical Geology, vol.
Desbarats, "Support effects and the spatial averaging of transport properties," Mathematical Geology, vol.
They would also like to express their appreciation for the team members of the Key Laboratory of Mathematical Geology in Sichuan, China.
Journel, "Nonparametric estimation of spatial distributions," Journal of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, vol.
Robust estimation of the variogram, Mathematical Geology 12(2): 115-125.
Evaluation and comparison of spatial interpolators, Mathematical Geology 24: 381-391.
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