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Spatial variability

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Spatial variability

Spatial variability occurs when a quantity that is measured at different spatial locations exhibits values that differ across the locations. Spatial variability can be assessed using spatial descriptive statistics such as the range.

See also


  1. Isaaks, E.H., Srivastava R.M.: Applied Geostatistics. 1989
  2. Fortin, Marie-Josee, Dale, Mark.: Spatial Analysis A Guide for Ecologists. 2005. Cambridge University Press, 365 pp.
  3. Kristensen, Terje, Ohlson, Mikael, Bolstad, Paul, Nagy, Zoltan: Spatial variability of organic layer thickness and carbon stocks in mature boreal forest stands. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(8), 1-19. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-015-4741-x

External links

  • Willington Crop Services shows spatial variability in action with Case Study on GPS soil sampling, GPS nutrient mapping and nutrient management.
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