Table 4

Anisotropy Directions and Corresponding Parameters of Modeled Directional Semivariograms*

AnisotropyFract. of SillR1 (m)R2 (m)R3 (m)Directionxyz
Isotropic0.16000 n/an/an/a
Isotropic0.08999 n/an/an/a
Isotropic0.10202020 n/an/an/a
Geometric0.211343434R1−0.0214−0.00260.9998
Geometric0.191426969R10.4444−0.76700.4629
Zonal0.2625002000247R10.8132−0.5766−0.0796
R2−0.5651−0.81490.1290
R30.13920.05990.9885
• * In order to include all detected anisotropies, a high degree of nesting is required. These anisotropy orientations correspond to the orientation of dolomite bodies at different scales. The anisotropy ranges describe the distribution structure (elongated, flattened, etc.).