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87 Sun, 8/3/2014, 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM CC-Ballroom East
STATMOS/NCAR Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences — Invited Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State University   
1: A Multivariate Framework for Hurricane Forecast Assessment Zachary Weller ; Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University
2: Using Covariates to Model Dependence in Non-Stationary, High-Frequency Meteorological Processes Andrew Poppick, University of Chicago ; Michael Stein, University of Chicago
4: Nonparametric Determination of Seasons Aaron Zimmerman, University of Washington ; Peter Guttorp, University of Washington
5: Visualizing Spatial Analysis of Tropical Cyclones and Seasonal Cyclone Forecast Marcela Alfaro-Córdoba, North Carolina State University ; Joe Guinness, North Carolina State University ; Montserrat Fuentes, North Carolina State University
6: Nonstationary Spatial Modeling via Covariance Regression Mark Risser, Ohio State University ; Kate Calder, Ohio State University
7: Exploring the Magnetosphere: Methods for Calibration and Validation LFM-MIX Stephan R. Sain, NCAR
8: Data Mining for Extreme Behavior with Application to Ground Level Ozone Brook T. Russell, Colorado State University ; Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State University ; William C. Porter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; Colette L. Heald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; Brian Reich, North Carolina State University
9: Spatial Dependence Modeling of Precipitation Extremes Using a Conditional Approach Lina Lin, University of Washington ; Peter Guttorp, University of Washington
10: Visualization of Data Assimilation Methods Barbara A. Bailey, San Diego State University ; Colette Smirniotis, San Diego State University
11: Spatial Hierarchical Clustering Using Directional Derivatives — Candace Berrett, Brigham Young University ; Maria A. Terres, Duke University ; Matthew Heaton, Brigham Young University ; William Christensen, Brigham Young University
12: Equivalent Kriging William Kleiber, University of Colorado ; Douglas Nychka, NCAR
14: Modeling of Sparse and Spatially Correlated Functional Data Surajit Ray, University of Glasgow ; Chong Liu, State Street Global Advisors ; Giles Hooker, Cornell University
15: Reconstructing Carbon Dioxide for the Last 2000 Years: A Hierarchical Success Story Douglas Nychka, NCAR
16: Climate Change, Air Quality, and Health: Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Predicting the Change in Mortality Associated with Future Ozone Exposures Stacey Alexeeff, NCAR ; Douglas Nychka, NCAR ; Gabi Pfister, NCAR
17: Supercomputing for Multi-Resolution Gaussian Process Modeling Dorit Hammerling, NCAR ; Nathan Lenssen, NCAR ; Douglas Nychka, NCAR ; Stephan R. Sain, NCAR
18: Globolakes: Functional Clustering and Global Scale Coherence of Lake Water Quality Ruth Haggarty, University of Glasgow ; Claire Miller, University of Glasgow ; Marian Scott, University of Glasgow ; Francesco Finazzi, University of Bergamo

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