Statistics for the Natural Environment

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Thursday 27 February 2020, 01:00pm - 04:30pm

Location Postgraduate Statistics Centre Bailrigg Lancaster LA1 4YF


13:00-13:15        Welcome

13:15-13:45        Dr Hannah Worthington (University of St. Andrews)
                           Land, Sea and Air: Hidden Markov Models for Capture-Recapture/Recovery Data

13:45-14:15        Prof Murray Lark (Nottingham University)
                           Mapping the concentration of a micronutrient in a staple crop across Amahara region, Ethiopia

14:15-14:45        Break

14:45-15:15        Dr Marnie Low (University of Glasgow)
                           Spline-based models for groundwaters contamination monitoring data

15:15-15:45        Prof Andrew Parnell (Maynooth University)
                           Bayesian (un-) Mixing Models

15:45-16:30        Discussion and Networking

The abstracts are available to download.

Attendance is free and open to all, whether fellows of the RSS or not, but pre-registration is required.


Organiser Name Pete Henrys (Environmental Statistics Section), Rebecca Killick (Statistical Computing Section)

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Organising Group(s) RSS Statistical Computing Section and Environmental Statistics Sections in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence in Environmental Data Science and the Data Science for the Natural Environment EPSRC project





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