Geostatistics 2017-11-20T09:23:25+00:00

eOde is a historical protagonist of geostatistics applied to contaminated sites and soil, with a 15 years active participation in the setting up of pragmatic methods suitable to the reality of contaminated sites assessment and remediation in France and Switzerland. Involvement in various actions :

eOde designs sampling plans, estimates volumes of contaminated soil from investigation data, evaluates the initial pollutant stock and the final residual contamination after an in situ treatment. eOde provides also tailored support to the consulting offices for their own geostatistical studies.

eOde is engaged in the development of new methodologies through various applied research projects, such as REPERAGE or CARTORISK.

Faced with the growing acquisition of large amounts of data, eOde is increasingly involved in a wide range of activities related to environmental data analysis, from data processing and mapping, up to make data available through web services.

Software and computer languages used by eOde : Matlab, R, Isatis, AR2Tech-SgeMs, QGis.



Short course in Copenhague, 3 September 2018 in the context of the NORDROCS conference on contaminated sites

On September 3 2018, eOde organised an introductive short course on geostatistics applied to contaminated sites with the companies DMR and Geovariances, in the context of the nordic meeting on contaminated sites NORDROCS. Around [...]

The benefits of geostatistics for contaminated sites and soils. Talk at the 10th Chloronet technical day in Soleure, 24 November 2017 and at the AFITE symposium in Paris, 5 December 2017

In partnership with Soleo Services, eOde will present the conditions for geostatistically assessing the effectiveness of an in situ thermal desorption of a chlorinated hydrocarbons contaminated site, at the annual Chloronet technical day organized [...]


Consulting offices, project owners, public agencies

  • Geostatistical studies
  • Supervision and support to perform geostatistical studies
  • Tailored training
  • Applied research projects
  • Computer programming

Major benefits of geostatistics

  • Mapping various spatio-temporal phenomena
  • Assessing volumes of contaminated materials and related uncertainty
  • Assessing in situ masses of pollutants and related uncertainty
  • Optimizing sampling campaigns
  • Using diverse data in modeling in order to reduce uncertainty
  • 3D visualization and communication tools
  • Synthesis and analysis of data