We are now accepting proposals for the organization of geoENV2020 To make an application for the organization of geoENV2020 please send a short proposal document to the conference email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need still encouragement to attend geoENV2018 in Belfast here are 5 good reasons to come to geoENV2018: 1. geoENV has become established as a leading forum for Scientists across a broad range of disciplines to share their experiences on the application of geostatistics to environmental problems. 2. Keynote Speakers: Prof Peter Diggle, Lancaster …
We are pleased to announce that geoENV 2018, the 12th International Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications will be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK from the 4th to 7th July 2018. Since 1996, geoENV conferences have been held biennially at venues across Europe. From the first conference in Lisbon, the event has been staged …
Online Abstract Submission is now closed Mid April 2018 – Notification of Abstract Acceptance 15 May 2018 – Last Day Early Bird Registration 15 May 2018 – Deadline for Author Registration 15 May 2018 – Deadline for optional Extended Abstract Submission 15 May 2018 – Deadline for registration for workshops and field excursion 3 July …
Pre-conference workshops July 2-3, 2018 Programme Two 2-days workshops will be organised, prior to the conference Please note as the workshops will be running at the same time, you can only sign up for one of the workshops • Introductions to geostatistics using RGeostats Didier Renard and Nicolas Desassis, Centre de Géosciences of Mines ParisTech, …
Prof. Peter Diggle, Lancaster University, UK Theme: Spatial data analysis and model-based Geostatistics in epidemiology Dr Oy Leuangthong, Principal Geostatistician, SRK Toronto, Canada Theme: Geostatistics estimation and prediction of natural resources Dr Grégoire Mariéthoz, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 2018 IAMG Distinguished Lecturer Theme: Multiple point geostatistics for earth observations
Jennifer McKinley (Chair), Centre for GIS and Geomatics, School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE) Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) , UK Alastair Ruffell (Co- chair), SNBE, QUB, UK Ulrich Ofterdinger (Co-chair), SNBE, QUB, UK Conor Graham, Centre for GIS and Geomatics, SNBE, QUB, UK Lorraine Barry, Centre for GIS and Geomatics, SNBE, QUB, UK John …
We invite submissions for presentations. A non-exclusive list of topics to be covered includes: Geostatistical methodology Spatial statistics Multiple point geostatistics Spatial-temporal statistics Natural resources Hydrology, groundwater modelling Soil geochemistry Health, epidemiology and the environment Contaminated land and risk assessment Forestry, wetlands, agriculture Climate change Remote sensing