GRASPA 2015 is the biennial conference of the Italian research group for Environmental Statistics GRASPA-SIS and the major event on Environmental Statistics in Italy. GRASPA 2015 is also the 2015 European Regional Conference of The International Environmetrics Society and a connected event of the Spatial Statistics 2015 Conference.

GRASPA 2015 is also the 2015 European regional conference of The International Environmetrics Society and a connected event of the Spatial Statistics 2015 Conference. The meeting will have plenary, invited and contributed sessions. An extensive poster session will be held as well.

GRASPA 2015 is an opportunity to share research interests related to the development and the use of statistical methods in environmental sciences, fostering methodological developments and applications in fields such as spatial and spatio-temporal modelling, functional data analysis, directional data, spatial and spatio-temporal sampling and extreme values. GRASPA 2015 endorses co-operation among statisticians, academics from environmental sciences as well as practitioners from government and independent environmental agencies creating a space for the exchange of experiences and ideas on various aspects relevant to the protection of the natural environment including: air quality, groundwater pollution and hydrology, soil science and site remediation, forestry and landscape analysis, climatology and meteorology, ecology and biodiversity, agriculture and natural resources management, disease epidemics and seismic risk.

GRASPA 2015 is hosted by Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro and sponsored by Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Metodi Matematici – Università degli Studi di Bari and Dipartimento di Economia – Università degli Studi di Foggia.

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