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Contact Isobel if you are interested in courses,
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Bill is an associate professor in Mathematical Sciences at Otterbein College and now in academia after 20+ years in private industry. Bill's degrees are a B.S. in computer engineering, M.S. in statistics, and Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering. He is a licensed professional engineer, a certified reliability engineer, and a certified quality engineer. In 1984 while doing environmental geostatistics, he met Isobel on his path to learning geostatistics. Their collaboration over the years led to Practical Geostatistics 2000 and is now moving them toward the completion of a second volume on more advanced geostatistical techniques (e.g., simulation, co-kriging).

Where is she right now?

Isobel Clark

 

Isobel has taught, researched and consulted in the field of geostatistics for over 30 years. Possibly best known as the author of the introductory text "Practical Geostatistics" (1979), she is now co-author of a more complete textbook, Practical Geostatistics 2000 which is available as hypertext on CD and as a hardcopy book. Software and data sets are available to all.

 

Dr. Clark lectured for 11 years at the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London, at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg for nine years and was Visiting Professor for Camborne School of Mines for 2 years. In addition to these academic engagements, she acts as Managing Director and senior partner of Geostokos Limited, an international consultancy company based in Central Scotland.

Bill Harper