A National Research Center on Statistics and the EnvironmentEPA Grant Number: R825173
Title: A National Research Center on Statistics and the Environment
Investigators: Gutorp, Peter
Institution: University of Washington - Seattle
EPA Project Officer: Saint, Chris
Project Period: October 1, 1996 through September 30, 2001
Project Amount: $4,997,429
RFA: Environmental Statistics (1996) RFA Text | Recipients Lists
Research Category: Environmental Statistics , Economics and Decision Sciences , Health , Ecosystems
Description:The National Center for Environmental Statistics is a research organization, dealing with problems of statistical methodology for environmental applications. The Center has a core group of faculty at the University of Washington, and anticipates a large number of visitors from other institutions. In addition, collaborative research technologies will be employed to enable long distance collaborative work. While many projects will originate in particular EPA problems, the Center work will focus in five areas: environmental sampling, space-time modeling, model assessment, ecological assessment, and risk assessment.
The work at the Center will enable environmental scientists and EPA personnel to use the most modern statistical methodology in complex situations. It will also spearhead the development of environmental statistics as a mature subarea of statistics.
Publications and Presentations:Publications have been submitted on this project: View all 164 publications for this project
Journal Articles:Journal Articles have been submitted on this project: View all 61 journal articles for this project
Supplemental Keywords:RFA, Scientific Discipline, Economic, Social, & Behavioral Science Research Program, Air, climate change, Air Pollution Effects, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Statistics, Atmosphere, Social Science, National Research Center on Statistics & the Environment, risk assessment, ecosystem assessment, space-time modeling, University of Washington, environmental risks, environmental sampling, model assessment, statistical models
Progress and Final Reports:1999 Progress Report
2000 Progress Report