Statistics and the Environment
The Statistics and the Environment section is sponsoring invited, topic-contributed, and roundtable sessions at the 2014 Joint Statistical Meetings in Boston, Massachusetts.
The ASA Section on Statistics and the Environment is sponsoring six topic-contributed sessions at this year’s Joint Statistical Meetings. Read on to find out which ones not to miss.
Statistics and the Environment chair, Petrutza Caragea, plans for a productive 2013, as it is the year of worldwide celebration and recognition of the contributions of statistics.
The Section on Statistics and the Environment is sponsoring a student paper competition on the topic of environmental statistics. Papers can consist of novel approaches to the analysis of environmental data, new methodology with a clear application to an environmental statistical issue, or application of statistics to environmental problems.
Jun Zhu, chair of the Section on Statistics and the Environment discusses, JSM, new officers, getting involved in the section, and the ENVR workshop. He also introduces a few of the section’s members.
The ASA Section on Statistics and the Environment will hold its business meeting/mixer on July 30 during the Joint Statistical Meetings in San Diego, California.
The Statistics and the Environment Section gears up for JSM and introduces a workshop to be offered in the fall.
The ASA Section on Statistics and the Environment (ENVR) is seeking nominations for the 2012 ENVR Distinguished Achievement Medal and the 2012 ENVR Young Investigator Award. Both are given in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development of methods, issues, concepts, applications, and initiatives in environmental statistics.
The Statistics and the Environment Section announces a short course, Introduction to Analysis of Extremes: Univariate and Multivariate Cases.
The ASA Section on Statistics and the Environment (ENVR) is sponsoring a student paper competition on the topic of environmental statistics and encourages students to submit papers about their research in this area.