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Evaluating agricultural weather and climate services in Africa: Evidence, methods, and a learning agenda Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Catherine Vaughan, James Hansen, Philippe Roudier, Paul Watkiss, Edward Carr
  • Published Date: May 09, 2019

Abstract Weather and climate services (WCS) are expected to improve the capacity of Africa's agricultural sector to manage the risks of climate variability and change. Despite this, a lack of evidence...

Synthesizing simulation and field data of solar irradiance Early View

  • Journal: Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal
  • Authors: Furong Sun, Robert B. Gramacy, Benjamin Haaland, Siyuan Lu, Youngdeok Hwang
  • Published Date: May 07, 2019

Predicting the intensity and amount of sunlight as a function of location and time is an essential component in identifying promising locations for economical solar farming. Although weather models...

Correlations between relatives: From Mendelian theory to complete genome sequence Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Elizabeth A. Thompson
  • Published Date: May 02, 2019

Abstract It is 100 years since R. A. Fisher proposed that a Mendelian model of genetic variant effects, additive over loci, could explain the patterns of observed phenotypic correlations between...

Implementing MR‐PRESSO and GCTA‐GSMR for pleiotropy assessment in Mendelian randomization studies from a practitioner's perspective Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Jue‐Sheng Ong, Stuart MacGregor
  • Published Date: May 02, 2019

Abstract With the advent of very large scale genome‐wide association studies (GWASs), the promise of Mendelian randomization (MR) has begun to be fulfilled. However, whilst GWASs have provided...

On the threshold problem for Latin boxes Early View

  • Journal: Random Structures & Algorithms
  • Authors: Zur Luria, Michael Simkin
  • Published Date: Apr 30, 2019

Let m ≤ n ≤ k. An m × n × k 0‐1 array is a Latin box if it contains exactly m n ones, and has at most one 1 in each line. As a special case, Latin boxes in which m = n = k are equivalent to Latin...

Regularity inheritance in pseudorandom graphs Early View

  • Journal: Random Structures & Algorithms
  • Authors: Peter Allen, Julia Böttcher, Jozef Skokan, Maya Stein
  • Published Date: Apr 29, 2019

Advancing the sparse regularity method, we prove one‐sided and two‐sided regularity inheritance lemmas for subgraphs of bijumbled graphs, improving on results of Conlon, Fox, and Zhao. These...

Inference on variance components near boundary in linear mixed effect models Early View

  • Journal: WIREs Computational Statistics
  • Authors: Wataru Sakamoto
  • Published Date: Apr 25, 2019

Abstract In making inference on variance components in linear mixed effect models, variance component parameters may be located on some boundary of a constrained parameter space, and hence usual...

Challenges to the sustainability of climate services in Europe Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Marta Bruno Soares, Carlo Buontempo
  • Published Date: Apr 25, 2019

Abstract Climate services have emerged as a research and operational field in recent years. This development has been underpinned and supported by significant research, funding and agenda‐setting...

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