Time Aquatic Resources Modeling and Analysis Program (STARMAP)
Colorado State University
Colorado State University has received funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its Space-Time Aquatic Resources Modeling and Analysis Program (STARMAP). EPA's Office of Research and Development (ORD) funded this Program through its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program. A companion program at Oregon State University , which links to the CSU project, also was funded.
STARMAP, which is housed in CSU's Department of Statistics, has three major goals:
- to conduct statistical research related to aquatic resources,
- to train future generations of environmental statisticians,
- and to engage in outreach to the States and Tribes.
One principal objective of STARMAP is to transfer the needed statistical expertise through a combination of supervised application of statistical tools and structured distance-learning techniques, especially with web-based learning materials.
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Main Center Abstract and Reports:
Applying Spatial and Temporal Modeling of Statistical Surveys to Aquatic Resources
Center Research Projects:
R829095C001 - Combining Environmental Data Sets
R829095C002 - Local Inferences from Aquatic Studies
R829095C003 - Development and Evaluation of Aquatic Indicators
R829095C004 - Extension of Expertise on Design and Analysis to States and Tribes
R829095C005 - Integration and Coordination for STARMAP