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519 * Wed, 8/1/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Room 32A
Climate Applications — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Emily Lei Kang, University of Cincinnati
10:35 AM Derivation of Phenological Information from Remotely Sensed Imagery for Improved Regional Climate Modeling Jing Wang, University of Illinois at Chicago ; Nathan Moore, Michigan State University ; Jiaguo Qi, Michigan State University ; Lijian Yang, Soochow University/Michigan State University ; Jennifer Olson, Michigan State University ; Nathan Torbick, Applied Geosolutions ; Jianjun Ge, Oklahoma State University
10:50 AM Spatio-Temporal Data Fusion for Remote-Sensing Applications Hai Nguyen, California Institute of Technology ; Matthias Katzfuss, Universit├Ąt Heidelberg ; Noel Cressie, The Ohio State University ; Amy Braverman, California Institute of Technology
11:05 AM Investigating the Spring-to-Summer Transition in Georgia Raymond Mooring, Analysis Made Easy ; Lynne Seymour, The University of Georgia
11:20 AM Model Sensitivity in Climate Reconstruction Using Tree-Ring Data Matthew Schofield, University of Kentucky
11:35 AM Downscaling High-Resolution Precipitation from Regional Climate Model Output Ernst Linder, University of New Hampshire ; Yibin Pan, University of New Hampshire ; Eric M Laflamme, University of New Hampshire
11:50 AM Spatio-Temporal Trend Analysis of Historic Records of Spring Bird Arrival Ali Arab, Georgetown University
12:05 PM Hotspot Identification for Massive Spatial Data Sets Joshua French, University of Colorado Denver



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