My name is Mario Gonzalez-Posada and I am begining to use
geostatistical tools in soil salinity mapping.
I would like to know how to use block kriging to interpolate data
when I have a squared grid of sampled points, specially:
-The block that is mentioned in software as GEOPACK or GEOEAS, is related to
observations used for interpolation or the area that is supose to have the
same interpolated value?
-How can I define the number of points to include in each block for
-If block kriging calculates an estimate value for a block, why its isolines
maps are generally similar to those obtained from point kriging?
-Theoretically, when BK equals to PK?
-When is it recommended to use BK instead of PK?
Thank you very much for you attention.
Mario Gonzalez-Posada Dacosta
Departamento de Ciencias Basicas
Facultad de Ingenieria
Universidad de Granma
Bayamo, Granma, CUBA.
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