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Free Technical Workshop - Liege - Belgium - 18 and 19th February 2013

Interpretation and statistical analysis of environmental data

The aim of the workshop is to explore the principles and application of advanced quantitative methods for the interpretation of environmental data, focused to the investigation and management of contaminated land and water.

 

This will include techniques used for the interpretation of spatially and temporally correlated data, covering geo statistical methods, Fourier analysis and Wavelet analysis among others, with consideration of data uncertainty.

 

Participants will be introduced to the application of these methods using computer based exercises and simulations developed with environmental data from research cases studies.

 

The workshop is presented by the ADVOCATE Marie Curie Initial Training Network

(www.theadvocateproject.eu/).

 

After attending this workshop, participants will be able to :

• Understand the theoretical principles and limitations of basic geo statistical methods

(e.g. spatial correlation, variograms, kriging, conditional simulations) for the analysis and interpretation of spatially correlated environmental data sets

• Understand the principles and limitations of advanced quantitative methods (e.g.

Principal Component Analysis, Fourier analysis, Wavelet analysis) for the analysis and interpretation of temporally correlated environmental data sets

• Understand the application of appropriate mathematical tools for the interpretation of spatial and timeseries environmental data using the above statistical methods

 

The workshop will be presented by experienced training facilitators from the University of Liège (Belgium), Ephesia Consult (Belgium), University of Louvain (Belgium), University of Neuchatel(Switzerland) and the University of Sheffield (UK).

The aim of the workshop is to explore the principles and application of advanced quantitative methods for the interpretation of environmental data, focused to the investigation and management of contaminated land and water.

This will include techniques used for the interpretation of spatially and temporallycorrelated data, covering geo statistical methods, Fourier analysis and Wavelet analysis among others, with consideration of data uncertainty.

Participants will be introduced to the application of these methods using computer based exercises and simulations developed with environmental data from research cases studies.

For the full article please click on the link below………

The Advocate Project EU

http://www.theadvocateproject.eu/ADVOCATE%20Workshop%204_FINAL.pdf

 


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