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14 * ! Sun, 8/3/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-212
Stochastic Modeling of Meteorological Variables and Weather Generators — Topic Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Organizer(s): Ying Sun, Ohio State University
Chair(s): Matthew Heaton, Brigham Young University   
2:05 PM Incorporating Geostrophic Wind Information for Improved Space-Time Short-Term Wind Speed Forecasting and Power System Dispatch Marc G. Genton, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology ; Kenneth Bowman, TAMU ; Xinxin Zhu, Texas A&M
2:25 PM Spatial Modeling of Temperature and Humidity Using Systems of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations Ingelin Steinsland, NTNU ; Xiangping Hu, NTNU ; Sara Martino, SINTEF Energy ; Daniel Simpson, NTNU ; HÃ¥vard Rue , NTNU
2:45 PM High-Resolution Nonstationary Weather Simulation William Kleiber, University of Colorado
3:05 PM A Stochastic Space-Time Model for Intermittent Precipitation Occurrences Ying Sun, Ohio State University ; Michael Stein, University of Chicago
3:25 PM Spatio-Temporal Modeling of Rain Rates Using Approximate Bayesian Computation Matthew Pratola, Ohio State University ; Ying Sun, Ohio State University
3:45 PM Floor Discussion

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