Winner announced for the Wiley-TIES Best Paper Award 2018


  • Date: 26 February 2019

The International Environmetric Society (TIES) are happy to announce that the Wiley-TIES Best Paper Award for 2018 is awarded to Joshua Hewitt, Jennifer A. Hoeting, James M. Done and Erin Towler for Remote effects spatial process models for modeling teleconnections.

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This award was established in 2014, in conjunction with Professor W. Piegorsch - the Editor-in-Chief of Environmetrics. All regular submissions to the journal accepted in 2018 were considered for the award.

The winning paper:
• Presents a novel theory or methodology for a relevant and current environmental application;
• Is well written with large potential for impact; and
• Provides a significant contribution to environmetric research.

The International Environmetrics Society (TIES) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1989 with the purpose of promoting the development and use of quantitative models and methods in solving environmental problems by scientists such as statisticians, mathematicians, engineers and computer scientists.

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