Richard Webster and Margaret A. Oliver. John Wiley, New York, NY. 2001. Hardback, 271 pp. $105.00. ISBN 0-471-96553-7.

Geostatistics has become the method of choice for spatial estimation in many environmental disciplines. Software packages featuring easy-to-use geostatistical analysis and prediction tools abound. Along with their widespread use by scientists and practitioners alike, many books on the topic have been published in recent years. So why is there a need for yet another book on geostatistics? Geostatistics for Environmental Scientists is different from most of the other books available on the market. It is a practical guide on how to use...

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