Beyond P-Values Course: Regression Analysis

CISL is excited to announce the third course coordinated by The Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe) in the Beyond P-values series.

IMAGe Brown Bag Seminar - Luis Kornblueh

Aspects of future large scale data handling

Luis Kornblueh

Max-Planck-Institute for Meterology

During the last 25 years we have been taking decisions on data handling influenced by different boundary conditions as are: disk space and tape availability, data format usage, lossy/lossless data compression including correctness checks, further on top compression, and collaboration requirements/compromises.

IMAGe Brown Bag- Andrew Zammit Mangion

Multivariate spatio-temporal modelling for geophysical inversions

Andrew Zammit Mangion
University of Wollongong, Australia

IMAGe Seminar - Sam Shen

Statistical Methods for Quantifying the Uncertainties in Climate Data Reconstruction and Climate Signal Detection

Sam Shen
San Diego State University

IMAGe Brown Bag - Annmarie Eldering

CO2 as Seen from Space: Highlights from the OCO-2 Mission and the Development of OCO-3

Annmarie Eldering

Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology

IMAGe Brown Bag - Yawen Guan

A Computationally Efficient Projection-Based Approach for Spatial Generalized Linear Mixed Models

Yawen Guan
Pennsylvania State University

IMAGe Brown Bag - Zachary Weller

An Alternative to Directional Variograms? Nonparametric Tests of Isotropy

Zachary D. Weller
Colorado State University

IMAGe Brown Bag - Mark Risser

Bayesian modeling and decision-theoretic multiple testing
for quantifying human influence on extreme weather using global climate models

Mark Risser
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

IMAGe and Data Assimilation Initiative Brown Bag - Daniel Hodyss

Accounting for Coarse Resolution Model Simulation

in Data Assimilation for the Geosciences

Daniel Hodyss

Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, California

IMAGe Brown Bag - Raffaele Montuoro: Towards a Regional CESM

Towards a Regional CESM: an overview of model development activities and scientific results 

Raffaele Montuoro, Ph.D.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University 


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