geostatistics News

  • The Center for Geostatistics and Geovariances, a long standing collaboration which moves geostatistics forward

    Since its inception in 1986 Geovariances (‘GV’) has enjoyed a very specific bond with the Center for Geostatistics from Mines ParisTech (‘CG’) that has always served the common vision that spreading the good geostatistical world was always going to be beneficial to the mining resource evaluation industry at large. Innovative methodologies that eventually find their way ...


    By Geovariances

  • Geovariances involved in international working groups to promote geostatistics

    Geovariances has been participating for many years in international working groups from EOCD, IAEA, the European NICOLE or the French Cetama, which deal with both radiological and chemical characterization. As a result, several organizations now recommend geostatistics as a solution in the characterization of contaminated sites. From EOCD, Geovariances ...


    By Geovariances

  • Geostatistics regains interest in the characterization of chemical soil pollutions

    To evaluate the pollution impact, such characterization is usually based on various data that should be interpreted and analyzed with an estimation of related uncertainties. Geostatistics has been suitably applied in this framework for about fifteen years. Several Ph.D. theses have been dedicated to the subject, both for chemical and radiological pollution (see for instance ...


    By Geovariances

  • Geovariances has been actively involved in EPRI geostatistics guide

    Earlier this year, the American EPRI has published a guide for using geostatistics in developing a site final status survey program for plant decommissioning. This report examines the use of geostatistical approaches that exploit spatial relationships to develop a three-dimensional contamination map based on measurement results from discrete points. The report presents a conceptual ...


    By Geovariances

  • Geostatistics proves its value for site remediation once again

    A recent study conducted by Geovariances, the French Antea Group and the Swiss consulting company eOde for the French RECORD* network has validated the value of geostatistics for the ...


    By Geovariances

  • Minestis, the Route to Resource Estimates

    MINESTIS simplifies mineral resource estimation. The software allows mining domain modeling and resource evaluation through an efficient yet simplified geostatistics-based workflow. It has been designed for all those, geologists, mining engineers or auditors, for whom quick production of quality models is at the heart of their concerns. ...


    By Geovariances

  • Geovariances - Setting Standards for Decontamination of Radioactive Sites

    Kartotrak, the first all-in-one software solution for radio-contaminated site characterization IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - Geovariances, the global leader of geostatistical solutions launches Kartotrak, the first commercially available solution dedicated to all stages of any remediation program of radio-contaminated soil. French company Geovariances announces the launch of Kartotrak, the first ...


    By Geovariances

  • Evaluation NUVIA process to map radiological contaminations

    The evaluation has demonstrated that Kartotrak can provide key information to a project manager for a better risk management. After several technical exchanges between NUVIA Process and Geovariances about the use of geostatistics for radiologically contaminated soil characterization, a guided evaluation was conducted to try Kartotrak on a real dataset. The first ...


    By Geovariances

  • Isatis’ users are the one who design the software

    Let’s discover how Isatis users’ requests contribute year after year to make the software a solution which meets even more your needs. Each year, new functionalities are added in Isatis answering specific users’ requests. For example, in the next release of Isatis to come in a few months, 90% of the new functionalities are at users’ demand. To know more, we interviewed the ...


    By Geovariances

  • Our trainees strongly support our courses

    The summer period was rich in teachings for Geovariances with training courses given on 3 continents. South-America Our latest training in Lima, "Geoestatística para Estimativa de Recursos", provided by Christianne Mariz, was a great ...


    By Geovariances

  • EQuIS for EVS Export – Using the EQuIS™ for EVS Interface – Aug2015

    This entry-level EarthSoft Office Hour Video reviews the EQuIS for EVS interface. Quickly export EQuIS data to Environmental Visualization System (EVS) with the EQuIS for EVS interface. Select and export EQuIS locations and coordinates, lithology and geology, and chemistry for gridding, model building, geostatistics, animation, and interactive fence-diagrams. TABLE of CONTENTS 00:58 ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Geovariances helped NUVIA process to try Kartotrak

    After several technical exchanges between NUVIA Process and Geovariances about the use of geostatistics for radiologically contaminated soil characterization, a guided evaluation was conducted to try Kartotrak on a real dataset. The first objective was to ensure that the resulting data was compatible with NUVIA Process georeferenced equipments before running Kartotrak workflow. Indeed, NUVIA ...


    By Geovariances

  • Volumetrics Study: Studio vs. MVS

    Prior to the formal release of Studio, we did a comprehensive volumetrics study because we were making significant changes to both volumetrics and subsetting (e.g. plume) modules in Studio.  In that study we looked at our new Studio algorithms compared with MVS as a function of grid resolution. We’ve always known that as you increase the resolution of your model, the accuracy ...

  • CGG GeoSoftware Releases Enhancements across Full Portfolio

    CGG GeoSoftware has announced a series of innovative software releases across its reservoir characterization product portfolio.  As part of its commitment to improve efficiency for interpretation experts, asset teams and reservoir engineers, the delivery of InsightEarth 3.1, Jason 9.6, PowerLog 9.6, EarthModel FT 9.6 and VelPro 9.6 offer more productive workflow solutions to address the ...


    By CGG

  • Sophisticated soil analysis for improved land use

    Soil variation occurs across multiple geographic scales ranging from vast climatic regions of the Earth to a 50 acre farm field to the molecular world of soil nano-particles in a pinch of soil. For example, in a forest or an agricultural field, soil properties vary from the summit of a hill down to the base. Within a single soil aggregate that may be less than a quarter inch in diameter, there ...

  • New SediMeter features in 2015

    The third generation SediMeter released in 2013 is getting some exiting improvements in 2015, in response to feedback from customers. Although none of the improvements is visible on the outside, they are significant. The only physical change is that the cleaner version SM3B is getting a doubled battery capacity, up to 1800 mAh from 900 mAh. Considering that the idle current is the same, this ...


    By Lindorm, Inc.

  • Isatis latest release helps you further in search neighborhood definition

    Make informed decisions when defining kriging neighborhoods and provide evidence to support them. The new Neighborhood Statistics functionality in Isatis 2016 computes all sorts of statistics to help in the choice of relevant neighborhood parameters. One cannot expect quality estimation without setting a correctly defined search neighborhood. But defining ...


    By Geovariances

  • Alto Group Holdings Announces Expansion of Excelsior Mining Project

    Alto Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: ALTO) ("Alto Group" or the "Company"), an innovative mining and commodities trade company headquartered in New York, announces the company has expanded the excelsior mining project. The company has recently expanded the Excelsior project by staking an additional 30 claims within the project which now brings the total amount of mineral claims owned to 60 ...


  • Alto Group Holdings Announces the Acquisition of the Great Excelsior Mine

    Alto Group Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: ALTO) ("Alto Group" or the "Company"), an innovative mining and commodities trade company headquartered in New York, announces the acquisition of the Great Excelsior Mine. The Great Excelsior Mine, located in Washington State ...


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