Multivariate geostatistical mapping of radioactive contamination in the Maddalena Archipelago (Sardinia, Italy): spatial special issue
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KeywordsGeneralized linear mixed model; Linear model of coregionalization; Markov chain Monte Carlo; Monte Carlo EM; Spatial factor model; MSC 62M30; MSC 62H11;
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