MATLAB� Recipes for Earth Sciences

ISBN-10: 3642127614
ISBN-13: 9783642127618
Edition: 3rd 2010
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List price: $89.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 7/15/2010
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 336
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Martin Trauth was born in Landau/Pfalz in 1963 and studied geophysics and geology at the University of Karlsruhe. He obtained a doctoral degree at Kiel University in 1995 and then became a permanent member of the scientific staff and lecturer at the University of Potsdam. Following his Habilitation in 2003, he became Privatdozent at the same university. Since 1990 he has worked on various aspects of historical climate changes in East Africa and South America. His projects aim to understand the role of the tropics in terminating ice ages, the relationship between climate changes and human evolution, and the influence that climate anomalies had on mass movements in the Central Andes. All of these projects include the application of MATLAB- based numerical and statistical methods, such as time-series analysis and signal processing on paleoclimate time series, lake-balance modeling, stochastic modeling of bioturbation, and image processing on laminated sediments. Martin Trauth has been teaching various courses on data analysis in earth sciences for more than ten years, both at the University of Potsdam and at other European universities.

Data Analysis in Earth Sciences
Introduction
Data Collection
Types of Data
Methods of Data Analysis
Introduction to MATLAB
MATLAB in Earth Sciences
Getting Started
The Syntax
Data Storage and Handling
Data Structures and Classes of Objects
Scripts and Functions
Basic Visualization Tools
Generating M-Files to Regenerate Graphs
Publishing M-Files
Univariate Statistics
Introduction
Empirical Distributions
Example of Empirical Distributions
Theoretical Distributions
Example of Theoretical Distributions
The t-Test
The F-Test
The X<sup>2</sup>-Test
Distribution Fitting
Bivariate Statistics
Introduction
Pearson's Correlation Coefficient
Classical Linear Regression Analysis and Prediction
Analyzing the Residuals
Bootstrap Estimates of the Regression Coefficients
Jackknife Estimates of the Regression Coefficients
Cross Validation
Reduced Major Axis Regression
Curvilinear Regression
Nonlinear and Weighted Regression
Time-Series Analysis
Introduction
Generating Signals
Auto-Spectral and Cross-Spectral Analysis
Examples of Auto-Spectral and Cross-Spectral Analysis
Interpolating and Analyzing Unevenly-Spaced Data
Evolutionary Power Spectrum
Lomb-Scargle Power Spectrum
Wavelet Power Spectrum
Nonlinear Time-Series Analysis
Signal Processing
Introduction
Generating Signals
Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Convolution and Filtering
Comparing Functions for Filtering Data Series
Recursive and Nonrecursive Filters
Impulse Response
Frequency Response
Filter Design
Adaptive Filtering
Spatial Data
Types of Spatial Data
The GSHHS Shoreline Data Set
The 2-Minute Gridded Global Relief Data ETOPO2
The 30-Arc Seconds Elevation Model GTOPO30
The Shuttle Radar Topography Mission SRTM
Gridding and Contouring Background
Gridding Example
Comparison of Methods and Potential Artifacts
Statistics of Point Distributions
Analysis of Digital Elevation Models
Geostatistics and Kriging
Image Processing
Introduction
Data Storage
Importing, Processing and Exporting Images
Importing, Processing and Exporting Satellite Images
Georeferencing Satellite Images
Digitizing from the Screen
Color-Intensity Transects of Varved Sediments
Grain Size Analysis from Microscope Images
Quantifying Charcoal in Microscope Images
Multivariate Statistics
Introduction
Principal Component Analysis
Independent Component Analysis
Cluster Analysis
Statistics on Directional Data
Introduction
Graphical Representation
Empirical Distributions
Theoretical Distributions
Test for Randomness of Directional Data
Test for the Significance of a Mean Direction
Test for the Difference Between Two Sets of Directions
General Index

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