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254 Mon, 8/4/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Exhibit Hall B2
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics and the Environment — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State University   
63: Covariance Estimation for Natural Spatio-Temporal Processes Michael Horrell, University of Chicago
64: Maximum Likelihood Estimation of K Distribution: Application to the Environmental Data Koji Kanefuji, Institute of Statistical Mathematics
65: Bayesian Factor Analysis as an Approach to Combining Climate Model Ensembles Eleanor Tass, Brigham Young University
66: Analysis of Elk and Hunter Movement Data from the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range Suzette Puente, University of California, Berkeley ; Michael J. Wisdom, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ; Scott L. Findholt, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
67: Test for Stationarity for Spatial Point Processes in Arbitrary Regions Bingrou Zhou ; Tonglin Zhang, Purdue University
68: A Study of Grassland Bird Nest Success Rates on Small Family Farm Hayfields Ivan Ramler, St. Lawrence University ; Susan Willson, St. Lawrence University ; Caitlin Ward, St. Lawrence University
69: If a Tree Falls into a River, Where Will It End Up? A Simulation Study on Identifying the Origin of Driftwood Jessica Chapman, St. Lawrence University
70: Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling for Assessment of Regional Climate Change in the U.S. in Response to Large-Scale Drivers of Climate Zachary Thomas, Ohio State University ; Mark Berliner, Ohio State University
71: Adaptive Full-Scale Approximation Approach for Modeling Large Spatio-Temporal Data Sets Bohai Zhang, Texas A&M ; Huiyan Sang, Texas A&M ; Jianhua Z. Huang, Texas A&M

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