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329 * Tue, 7/31/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Room 21
Analyzing Extremes in Environmental Studies — Topic Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment , International Indian Statistical Association , ASA Advisory Committee on Climate Change Policy
Organizer(s): Daniel Cooley, Colorado State University
Chair(s): Brian Reich, North Carolina State University
10:35 AM Threshold Approach in the Analysis of Spatial Extremes Soyoung Jeon, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
10:55 AM Statistical Modeling of Extreme Value Behavior in North American Tree-Ring Density Series Elizabeth Mannshardt, North Carolina State University ; Peter F Craigmile, The Ohio State University ; Martin P. Tingley, Harvard University
11:15 AM A Hierarchical Bayesian Extreme Value Theory Approach to Modeling Heat Waves Benjamin Shaby, University of California at Berkeley
11:35 AM An Investigation of the Pineapple Express Phenomenon via Bivariate Extreme Value Theory Grant Brian Weller, Colorado State University ; Daniel Cooley, Colorado State University ; Stephan Sain, Geophysical Statistics Project
11:55 AM Future Rainfall Projections Using Downscaled Regional Climate Models Robert Erhardt, Wake Forest University
12:15 PM Floor Discussion

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