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259 Mon, 7/30/2018, 3:05 PM - 3:50 PM CC-West Hall B
SPEED: Environmetrics: Spatio-Temporal and Other Models — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics and the Environment, Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
Oral Presentations for this session.
1: Tools for Simulation-Based Uncertainty Quantification in Remote Sensing Inverse Problems
Jonathan Hobbs, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Amy Braverman, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Ali Behrangi, University of Arizona; Sandy Burden, University of Wollongong; Eric Fetzer, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Kyo Lee, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Hai Nguyen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
2: A Bayesian Approach to Trend Filtering for Spatially Confounded Data
Adam Walder
3: Evaluating Proxy Influence and Reconstruction Skill in Data Assimilation Based Climate Field Reconstructions Using Extremal Depth
Trevor Harris, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Statistics; Bo Li, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Nathan Steiger, Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Jason Smerdon, Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Justin Jacobs, Sandia National Laboratories
4: Addressing Time of Measurement Bias in Records of Daily Temperature Extrema: A Spatio-Temporal Imputation Strategy
Maxime Rischard, Harvard Statistics; Natesh Pillai, Harvard Statistics; Karen A. McKinnon, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Descartes Labs
5: Preferential Sampling in Geostatistics
Daniel Dinsdale, The University of British Columbia; Matias British Salibian-Barrera, The University of British Columbia
6: Spline Smoothing in Dendrochronology
Nicholas Bussberg, Indiana University; Justin Maxwell, Indiana University; Scott Robeson, Indiana University; Chunfeng Huang, Indiana University
7: Discriminant Analysis for High-Dimensional Spatio-Temporal Data
Rejaul Karim, Michigan State University; Taps Maiti, Michigan State University; Chae Young Lim, Seoul National University
8: Combining Satellite Imagery and Numerical Model Simulation to Estimate Ambient Air Pollution: An Ensemble Averaging Approach
Nancy Murray, Emory University; Howard Chang, Emory University; Heather Holmes, University of Nevada, Reno; Yang Liu, Emory University
9: Identifying Epigenetic Regions Exhibiting Critical Windows of Susceptibility to Air Pollution
Michele Zemplenyi, Harvard University; Mark J Meyer, Georgetown University; Brent A. Coull, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
12: Nonstationarity in Spatiotemporal Fisheries Models
John Best, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
13: Covariate-Adjusted Recurrent Processes on Network and an Application to Geyser Eruption Prediction
Zhongnan Jin, Virginia Tech; Yili Hong, Virginia Tech
14: Bayesian Estimation of Toluene and Trichloroethylene Biodegradation Kinetic Parameters
Feng Yu, RTI International; Breda Munoz, RTI International
15: An Application of Monothetic Clustering to Data with Circular Variables
Tan V Tran, Montana State University; John C Priscu, Montana State University; Mark Greenwood, Montana State University; Marie Saback√°, University of South Bohemia
16: Evaluating the Impact of Using Residential Histories When Estimating Environmental Exposure Effects
Anny-Claude Joseph, Virginia Commonwealth University; David C. Wheeler, Virginia Commonwealth University