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195 Mon, 8/5/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-220bc
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics and the Environment — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Joyee Ghosh, The University of Iowa
45: Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Multivariate Normal Parameters in the Presence of Left-Censored and Missing Data: A Pseudo-Likelihood Approach Heather Hoffman, George Washington University ; Robert E. Johnson, Vanderbilt University Department of Biostatistics
46: Protozoa Co-Occurrence in Surface Water Sources of Drinking Water Michael Messner, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
47: Quantifying Model Error in Posterior Distributions Staci White, The Ohio State University ; Radu Herbei, The Ohio State University
48: K Distribution Related to Environmental Statistics Koji Kanefuji, Institute of Statistical Math ; Kosei Iwase, Hokohama College of Pharmacy
49: Predicting the Geographic Distribution of Two Invasive Termite Species in Florida Using a Bayesian Logistic Model for Presence-Only Data Francesco Tonini ; Fabio Divino, University of Molise ; Giovanna Jona Lasinio, University of Rome, La Sapienza ; Hartwig Hochmair, University of Florida ; Rudolf H. Scheffrahn, University of Florida
51: Modeling Spatial Binary Fields Over Time With Dynamic Markov Random Fields Kenneth Wakeland, Iowa State University
52: A Nonstationary Spatial Covariance Regression Model Mark Risser, The Ohio State University ; Catherine A. Calder, Ohio State University
53: Inter-Laboratory Quality Control on Indoor Air Quality Analysis Guang-Hwa Chang, Youngstown State University
54: Model Averaging Predictions Is Good; Model Averaging Multiple Regression Coefficients Is Bad Philip Dixon, Iowa State Univ
55: Investigating the Variation in the Annual Progression of Snow Accumulation and Melt in the Sierra Nevada: A Functional Data Analysis Approach Eduardo Montoya, California State University, Bakersfield ; Wendy Meiring, University of California, Santa Barbara ; Jeff Dozier, University of California, Santa Barbara
56: Detecting Clustering in Inhomogeneous Point Processes with Applications to Duck Nesting Locations Daniel Fortin, Iowa State University ; Philip Dixon, Iowa State Univ ; William Clark, Iowa State University ; Nicholas Michaud, Iowa State University
57: Statistical Models for Global Phenological Phenomena Maggie Johnson, Iowa State University ; Petrutza Caragea, Iowa State University
58: Evaluating Radar Reflectivity Measurements as Predictors of Rainfall Marisa Akers ; Meera Venkataraman, North Carolina State University
59: Spatial Analysis to Predict Minimum Temperature and Initial Spring Freeze in the Southeast United States Meagan Gentry, NC State University ; Austin John, NC State University
60: Smooth Change-Point Estimation for Spatial Image Intensity Profiles Joseph Usset, North Carolina State University
61: Fitting an AR(1) Model to Environmental Measurements with Non-Detects John Rogers
62: Imputation of Missing Data Under a Spatial-Temporal Autologistic Regression Model Yanbing Zheng, University of Kentucky ; Zilong Wang, University of Kentucky
63: Using Ripley's L-Function to Examine Spatial Clustering in Duck Nests Nicholas Michaud, Iowa State University ; Philip Dixon, Iowa State Univ ; William Clark, Iowa State University ; Daniel Fortin, Iowa State University ; David Howerter, Ducks Unlimited Canada
64: Diagnostics to Assess Toxicokinetic-Toxicodynamic Models Xia Xu, Merck Research Laboratories ; Philip Dixon, Iowa State Univ
65: Analysis and Modeling of Major Power Outages in Northeast U.S. David Trindade, Bloom Energy

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