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41 * Sun, 7/29/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Room 23C
Animal Populations and Habitat — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): G. Gordon Brown, RTI International
2:05 PM Deriving Distributions via Simulation: Easy Ways to Incorporate Hard Distributions Megan D. Higgs, Montana State University
2:20 PM Joint Modeling of Survey and Survival Data to Estimate Population Trends in Mourning Doves Nicholas Michaud, Iowa State University ; Philip Dixon, Iowa State University
2:35 PM Comparing Changes in Population Density via Deformation Metrics Miriam Hodge, University of Canterbury
2:50 PM Hierarchical Bayesian Functional Data Models with Model-Based Time-Frequency Predictors Wen-Hsi Yang, University of Missouri-Columbia ; Christopher Wikle, University of Missouri ; Scott Holan, University of Missouri ; Mark Wildhaber, U.S. Geological Survey
3:05 PM Modeling River Water Temperature Using Clustered Data Collected at Haphazard Times and Random Spatial Locations Brian Gray, U.S. Geological Survey ; Jim Rogala, U.S. Geological Survey
3:20 PM Modeling Spatio-Temporal Data with Additive Models Xiangming Fang, East Carolina University
3:35 PM Bayesian Approach to Estimating Reproductive Inhibition Potency in Aquatic Toxicity Testing Jing Zhang, Miami University ; A. John Bailer, Miami University ; James T. Oris, Miami University

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