Part I presented a generic, integrated, computerized approach to geological characterization called geoscience modeling that addresses many of the limitations and approximations of the past. Part II presents the results of applying this approach to a variety of characterization problems in the geosciences that confirm its viability and usefulness. However, development does not stop at this point; anyone who has used the approach discussed here, or any other computerized approach, is already aware of the next level of inefficiencies and limitations to be addressed.
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- New Directions in Spatial Prediction, Modeling and Database Management
MSc (Eng.), P.Eng. Simon W. Houlding
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg