Dr. Pierre Goovaerts


11487 Highland Hills Drive
Jerome, MI 49249

goovaerts at biomedware.com


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  • Short course at NITK (February 19-23, 2018)
    Dr. Goovaerts will teach a one-week short course titled "Geostatistical Analysis of Environmental Datain the Dept. Applied Mechanics & Hydraulics NITK, Surathkal this coming February.
    This course will introduce a suite of geostatistical methods for the spatial analysis of environmental data, including the computation and modeling of spatial patterns, spatial interpolation using kriging techniques, cross-validation and jackknife, probability mapping and stochastic simulation, geographically-weighted regression, and space-time interpolation. Lectures will alternate with analysis of environmental data using the BioMedware software SpaceStat. 
    Please, see the attached brochure for more information.
    Posted Nov 27, 2017, 4:52 PM by Pierre Goovaerts
  • Paper on mapping location of lead and galvanized service lines in Flint now published in STOTEN

    Goovaerts, P. 2017 How geostatistics can help you find lead and galvanized water service lines: The case of Flint, MI. Science of the Total Environment, 599-600: 1552-1563.

    Posted May 19, 2017, 8:03 AM by Pierre Goovaerts
  • Paper on sampling of water lead levels in Flint published in STOTEN

    Goovaerts, P. 2017. Monitoring the aftermath of Flint drinking water contamination crisis: Another case of sampling bias. Science of the Total Environment, 590-591: 139-153.

    Posted May 19, 2017, 7:55 AM by Pierre Goovaerts
  • Short course announcement
    Dr. Goovaerts will teach a short course on Geostatistical Analysis of Environmental Data at the National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surtahkal (NITK, India) the week of December 05-09, 2016. Seats are still available!!
    Details are available in the attached brochure.
    Posted Oct 19, 2016, 7:22 AM by Pierre Goovaerts
  • Manuscript on the Drinking water crisis in Flint accepted in STOTEN

    One of the main findings is that significantly fewer samples exceeded the action level of 15 ppb at State-controlled sampling sites relative to voluntary or homeowner-driven sampling sites. In other words, based on the State-controlled sentinel sampling program the situation has been steadily improving since the State started collecting samples last February while the analysis of the other database, which represents 80% of the total number of samples collected so far, indicates otherwise.

    Posted Sep 26, 2016, 1:48 AM by Pierre Goovaerts
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