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Interpolation techniques provide a method to convert point sampling data into a continuous estimate of a field phenomenon and have become a fundamental geocomputational technique of spatial and geographical analysts. Natural neighbour interpolation is one method of interpolation that has several useful properties: it is an exact interpolator, it creates a smooth surface free of any discontinuities, it is a local method, and is spatially adaptive. However, as with any interpolation method, theredoi:10.17608/k6.auckland.9851030.v1 fatcat:vso5jlxkq5ftvni753m7ed2l5u