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CC = Colorado Convention Center   H = Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
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190 Mon, 7/29/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall C
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics and the Environment — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Wendy Meiring, University of California At Santa Barbara
59: The Nexus of Climate Data, Insurance, and Adaptive Capacity
Robert Erhardt, Wake Forest University
60: Applying Design of Experiments to Numerical Weather Prediction
Jeffrey Smith, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Judah L. Cleveland, US Army Research Laboratory; John W. Raby, US Army Research Laboratory; Richard S. Penc, US Army Research Laboratory
61: Estimation and Selection for Spatial Regression When Fixed Effects and Random Effects Are Correlated
Chun-Shu Chen, National Changhua University of Education; Hong-Ding Yang, National Changhua University of Education; Yung-Huei Chiou, National Changhua University of Education
63: Bayesian Covariance Estimation for Large Spatial Data
Brian Kidd, Texas A&M University; Matthias Katzfuss, Texas A & M University
64: An Adapted VAR-EM (AVAR-EM) Imputation Algorithm to Populate a Broken Historical Climate Record
Benjamin Washington, The University of Georgia; Lynne Seymour, University of Georgia
65: Some Results on Use-Availability Models for Presence-Only Data from Multiple Species
Nels Johnson, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
67: Validation and Uncertainty Quantification of Forecast Rainfall from Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
Stephen Walsh, Virginia Tech; Marco Ferreira, Virginia Tech; Stephanie Zick, Virginia Tech
68: Measuring Increases in Fire Weather Severity and Its Risk to Human Populations
Geoffrey Peterson, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
69: A Penalized H-Likelihood Method for Gaussian Spatial Additive Model on Regular Lattice
Hao Sun, Iowa State University; Somak Dutta, Iowa State University
70: Diversity of Forest Structure Across the United States
J. Gilbert, Purdue University; S. Fei, Purdue University; J. Knott, Purdue University; E. LaRue, Purdue University; K. Potter, North Carolina State University
71: Modeling Air Pollution in Beijing with Meteorological Data
Ying Zhang, Pennsylvania State University; Song Xi Chen, Peking University; Le Bao, Pennsylvania State University
72: Tail Dependence of Normal Mean-Variance Mixtures
Zhongwei Zhang; Raphaël Huser, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
73: Modeling Spatial Extremes with Max-Infinitely Divisible Models
Peng Zhong, KAUST; Raphaël Huser, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
74: Mixed-Effect Model Using Shape-Constrained Regression Splines, with Application to Tree Height Estimation
Xiyue Liao, University of California, Santa Barbara; Mary C Meyer , Colorado State University
75: Modeling How Beach Characteristics, Predation, and Bird’s Tolerance of Humans Affect Piping Plovers (Charadrius Melodus)
Samantha Smock, Purdue University; Alex Cohen, Purdue University; Patrick Zollner, Purdue University
76: Models and Inference for Spatial Extremes Based on Tree-Based Multivariate Pareto Distributions
Daniela Cisneros; Raphaël Huser, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
77: Split and Combine SIMEX Algorithm to Correct Geocoding Coarsening of Built Environment Exposures
Jung Yeon Won; Brisa Sánchez, Drexel University
78: Exploratory Analysis of Hurricane Storm Surge
Qiuyi Wu; Whitney Huang, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute
79: Extending Nearest-Neighbor GPs for Non-Gridded Data Imputation
Christopher Grubb, Virginia Tech; Shyam Ranganathan, Virginia Tech
80: Scalable Smoother to Improve Particle Filtering of Spatially-Extended Data
Gregor Robinson, University of Colorado Boulder; Ian Grooms, University of Colorado Boulder; William Kleiber, University of Colorado
81: Computational Advances for the Product-Sum Spatio-Temporal Model
Michael Dumelle; Jay Ver Hoef, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; Claudio Fuentes, Oregon State University; Alix Gitelman, Oregon State University
83: Covariate-Driven Non-Stationary Models in Stan with Application to Water Quality in North American Lakes
Pavel Chernyavskiy, University of Wyoming; Marie-Agnes Tellier, University of Wyoming; Sarah M Collins, University of Wyoming
84: Statistical Analysis on Trichloroethylene Degradation in a Bioreactor via a Response Surface Modeling Approach
Feng Yu, RTI International; Breda Munoz, RTI International
85: A Latent Discrete Markov Field Approach for Identifying and Classifying Historical Forest Communities Based on Spatial Multivariate Tree Species Counts
Stephen Berg; Jun Zhu, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Murray Clayton, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Monika Shea, University of Wisconsin-Madison; David Mladenoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison
86: Comparison of small prairie mammals' dietary intake using carbon and nitrogen stable isotope data
Yilin Song, St. Olaf College; Lisa Fisher, St. Olaf College; Liz Wilson, St. Olaf College; Julie Legler, St. Olaf College; Diane Angel, St. Olaf College
87: Random Forest Models for the Probable Biological Condition of Streams and Rivers in the USA
Eric Fox, Cal State East Bay, Department of Statistics