Where is Isobel Clark? Back to www.kriging.com
My schedule for the next year is at this link. Let me know if there are any problems!
12th April 2017
Still dealing with my sky-high in-tray.
Still time to register for the Sampling conference in Perth WA 9-11 May. I will be hanging around for a week after the conference and hoping to catch up with friends and colleagues.
March Class working hard!
NEW!! Next course in South Africa, 5 day combo Practical Geostatistics and BYO/MRE. August 21st to 25th. Keep an eye on here for course brochure.
Not so good news: Edumine have decided not to offer Practical Geostatistics in May 2017. However, I will still be in Vancouver the week of 29th May. If you have any use for an aging guru or just want to buy me lunch, let me know ;-)
I am honoured to be giving a keynote at the 8th World Conference on Sampling and Blending in Perth WA in May. Co-author Simon Dominy. If you have not registered yet SIGN UP NOW!!! link to draft paper here .
Follow up on the WSBC8 paper, all about the mathematics of UC, SGS and other work-arounds for the whole change-of-support fiasco hopefully to be presented at the annual IAMG conference in Fremantle in September 2017. I am on the Scientific Committee and supposed to be encouraging all you enthusiastic kids out there to write papers and/or come along.
2017, still very slow to start on the work front.
Anyone out there got a (paying) gig for an aging diva who still thinks she knows it all?
Spent two warm weeks in Suriname at AdeK University teaching a lively and challenging MSc class. Sometimes feel a little embarrassed about only speaking English and awed by students who can take notes in a foreign language! Looking forward to seeing what they make of their projects for assessment.
Still NEWS:As a very special present we are able to bring you a new translation of the original Practical Geostatistics (1979) into Arabic. My deepest thanks to Dr Ghazi Abdulfattah Saffarini of the University of Jordan and to Dr Abeer Sh. Salman of King Saud University for facilitating this effort. Click here to download pdf (<3.5Mb. Enjoy!