23-25 March 2011, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Spatial statistics is a rapidly developing field which involves the quantitative analysis of spatial data and the statistical modelling of spatial variability and uncertainty. Applications of spatial statistics are for a broad range of environmental disciplines such as agriculture, geology, soil science, hydrology, ecology, oceanography, forestry, meteorology and climatology, but also for socio-economic disciplines such as human geography, spatial econometrics, epidemiology and spatial planning.
The aim of the meeting is to present interdisciplinary research where applicability in other disciplines is a central core concept.
- Mapping global change
- Spatial and spatio-temporal statistical methodology
- Environmental issues
- Ecological and habitat changes
- Health and epidemiology
- Economy and energy
- Image use and analysis
- Developing countries