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545 ! Wed, 8/1/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM HQ-Sapphire EF
Extremes with Applications to Climate Studies — Invited Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment , Section on Risk Analysis , SSC
Organizer(s): Huixia Judy Wang, North Carolina State University
Chair(s): Huixia Judy Wang, North Carolina State University
2:05 PM A Model for Extremes on a Regular Spatial Lattice Daniel Cooley, Colorado State University
2:30 PM Bayesian Empirical Likelihood for Quantile Regression: A Bayesian Approach to Efficiently Model Multiple Tail Quantiles Yunwen Yang, Drexel University ; Xuming He, University of Michigan
2:55 PM Economic Impact of Extreme Climate Events: An Approach Based on Penultimate Extreme Value Theory Rick Katz, National Center for Atmospheric Research
3:20 PM Modeling Nonstationary Extremes: The Case of Heat Waves Debbie Dupuis, HEC Montreal
3:45 PM Floor Discussion

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