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Therefore, the modeling should be constrained to populated regions, thus avoiding the need for declustering methods. 2. 22. The global tendency to clustering is confirmed by the curves and differences in the point patterns can be guessed. Specifically, it can be observed between MN of real data and MN of data on populated region networks and the two others. Environmental Monitoring Network Characterization and Clustering 43 This was expected, since the real samples have been taken in populated regions (indoor radon is measured in dwellings).
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