Geostatistical Methods Applied to Sampling Optimisation for the Temporal Monitoring of Technetium-99 in the Arctic Marine Environment.


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This report details the demonstration of a spatial interpolation method towards theoptimisation of temporal sampling for the determination of concentrations of technetium-99in the Arctic marine environment. The impact of various sampling regimes on the quality ofdata produced using geostatistical interpolation is ascertained and the use of kriging errorminimisation as a decision criterion is demonstrated. The use of an oceanographic model forthe a priori determination of parameters relevant to the system used is also demonstrated.



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Dowdall, M. , Gerland, S. , Karcher, M. , Gwynn, J. P. , Rudjord, A. L. , Kolstadt, K. and Christensen, G. (2005): Geostatistical Methods Applied to Sampling Optimisation for the Temporal Monitoring of Technetium-99 in the Arctic Marine Environment. , StrålevernRapport 2005:19. Østerås: Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority, 2005 .


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