26th Annual Conference of The International Environmetrics Society (TIES)


  • 18 July - 22 July 2016
  • Edinburgh, UK
  • Organiser: TIES
  • Event Details

The 26th Annual Conference of the International Environmetrics Conference will take place at the Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh from 18 to 22 July 2016.

The 26th annual conference will be preceded by short courses and workshops, which will be held in the Conference Centre. The conference programme will begin on Monday 18th July and run in parallel until mid-afternoon on Friday 22nd July. The programme will be a combination of invited plenaries and invited and contributed sessions. Conference technical topics will include:

• Natural Resources Monitoring and Assessment
• Climate Change Projections, Impacts and Reconstruction
• Community-based science / citizen science monitoring
• Environment and Human Health
• Environmental Extremes
• Natural Hazards
• Linking process and statistical models
• Environmental Risk
• Quantifying Environmental Benefits
• Statistical Ecology
• Methods in expert elicitation
• Spatial and/or spatio-temporal modelling of environmental processes
• High dimensional environmental data analysis
• Paleoclimate
• Statistical climatology
• Environmental Economics
• Uncertainty Quantification in Environmental Prediction
• Environmental criminology
• Statistics for massive environmental data
• Circular data in environmental studies
• Biodiversity measures and modelling
• Functional data
• New monitoring technology/high frequency time series
• Earth observation
• Remote Sensing and Environmental Management
• Quantifying environmental benefits

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