Environmental Statistics – a Statistics@SLU seminar series
The centre of statistics invites you to a Zoom-send seminar series about statistics for environmental monitoring and assessment. The seminars are held Fridays, 13-14 unless indicated otherwise in the program.
August 27, Claudia von Brömssen, SLU: Statistical methods for evaluation of temporal trends in environmental data (link to recorded seminar)
September 10, James Weldon, SLU: Change, stability and atmospheric pollutant effects in European forest vegetation (Defense of doctoral thesis, 13:00, observe that this seminar has its own link and registration, https://www.slu.se/en/research/academic-events/dissertations-and-licentiate-lectures/)
September 17, Xin Zhao, SLU: Design-based sampling methods for environmental monitoring (Defense of doctoral thesis, 9:00, observe that this seminar has its own link and registration, https://www.slu.se/en/research/academic-events/dissertations-and-licentiate-lectures/)
September 24, Arne Pommerening, SLU: Individual-based tree modelling for remote sensing data.
October 1, Jesper Rydén, SLU: Modelling extreme values: problems and concepts
October 8, Anders Grimvall, Havsmiljöinstitutet and Linköpings university: How far can the evaluation of monitoring data be automated?
October 15, Martin Sköld, Naturhistoriska riksmuseet, Disentangling effort and density in non-invasive genetic sampling by volunteers, the case of the Swedish Brown Bear monitoring programme
October 22, Annica de Groote, SLU: An introduction to sampling for natural resources
Time: Fridays, 13-14
Register in advance for one or several seminars:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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