The Colorado State University Statistics Department and the ASA Section
on Statistics and the Environment (ENVR) are pleased to announce the
joint Graybill/ENVR conference “Modern Statistical Methods for Ecology”,
to be held on September 7-10, 2014, in Fort Collins, Colorado. This also
serves as the 2014 biennial ENVR Workshop.
Full information is available on the website
Five prominent keynote speakers will be joined by a larger group of
invited speakers to bring together some of the top researchers in this
area while promoting interactions among all participants including
junior researchers and graduate students. The conference also includes a
short course on hierarchical random effects models using MCMC, and a
contributed poster session. Students participating in the poster session
are eligible for funded awards, and all students--regardless of the
contest--should inquire in advance with conference organizers to obtain
partial travel funding supported by the NSF.
There will also be opportunities for various activities in the region,
including the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. CSU
and ENVR look forward to seeing you there.
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