First of all, the rainfall data linked with the major accident in the human
history - the destroy of Chernobyl NPP. Rainfalls are directly correlated
with dose loads on population in the very first days after the accident,
which leads to enormous growing of the different diseases in the southern
Belarus and northern Ukraine. I know it, because I'm processing morbidity
data with geostatistics, ANN and others with our GIS MapStudio since last
Of course, there are uncertainties and difficulties in interpolation. For
example, some radioactive clouds were deposited with bromium silver on the
earth for preventing their propagation to Moscow and Kiev.
I think that the way to select the best result is to find the 25%
remainder of the data with the best accuracy without taking into account
any mathematical tricks.
I am agree to enter this work, if only some contingency will not stand in
Konstantin Krivoruchko, Ph.D.
Head, GIS Laboratory
International Sakharov Institute of Radioecology
220009, Belarus, Minsk, Dolgobrodskaya 23
Tel: 375 172 306 292
Fax: 375 172 306 897
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