JSM Activity #70


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Activity ID:  70
Title
* Environmental Applications
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/12/2002
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Room: H-Concourse B
ENAR, Section on Risk Analysis*, Section on Statistics & the Environment* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Kenneth Boucher, Huntsman Cancer Institute
Discussant:  
Description

This session includes statistical methods such as multivariate statistics, hierarchical models, tests, and risk assessment for a range of environmental applications including bioassays, pollution, meteorology, and wildfire.
  300443  By:  Aiping  Qian 8:35 AM 08/12/2002
Use of Multivariate Statistical Methods for the Selection of Bioassays as Test Battery Components

  301577  By:  Margaret G. Conomos 8:50 AM 08/12/2002
Investigating Cancer Mortality and Environmental Statistics on Toxic Releases: A Geographical Information Analysis

  301559  By:  Julia O. Bader 9:05 AM 08/12/2002
An Application of Functional Data Analysis: Associations Between Particulate Matter and Daily Mortality after Windstorms and Still-Air Inversions in the Paso del Norte Airshed

  301808  By:  Tamre P. Cardoso 9:20 AM 08/12/2002
A Hierarchical Bayes Model for Combining Precipitation Measurements from Different Sources

  300744  By:  Tessema  Astatkie 9:35 AM 08/12/2002
Testing for Trend in the Variability of Monthly and Seasonal Temperature Using the Range and the Standard Deviation as Measures of Variability

  301412  By:  Leah J. Welty 9:50 AM 08/12/2002
A Correction for Quenching Bias in Chlorophyll Fluorescence Measurements

  301441  By:  Frederic  Paik-Schoenberg 10:05 AM 08/12/2002
Assessment of Wildfire Risk Estimates in Los Angeles County, California

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