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Biometry workshop

Messe / Fachtagung

07.11.2012 November 7-9, 2012 in Freiburg
Applied Statistics in Ecological and Environmental Sciences
with a Tutorial by Simon Wood on generalized additive models (GAMs)

Biometry workshop
The Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg (FVA) is organizing the next annual workshop of the working group "Ecology and Environment" of the German (DR) Region of the International Biometric Society (IBS).

The workshop will take place at the Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg in Freiburg on November 7-9, 2012. There will be no participation fee.

Programme


Programme is now available!

How to get there

The workshop will take place in the Hans-Ulrich Moosmayer room at the FVA.

Available presentations ordered by time

Presentations are now available!

Wednesday, November 7

Simon Wood
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Tutorial (Website)
Yvonne Morgenstern
Department of Soil and Environment
Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg
Freiburg
Analysing spatial and temporal patterns of soil water in small forest areas by using GAMs
Carina Sucker
Department of Soil and Environment
Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg
Freiburg
Impact of forest management practices on stream water quality: Results of generalized additive mixed models (GAMMs)
Karl Mellert
Bavarian State Institute of Forestry
Freising
Spatial Modeling of forest (site) properties – some practical experiences with GAM
Stefan Lang
Faculty of Economics and Statistics
University of Innsbruck
Multilevel Structured Additive Regression

Thursday, November 8

Nicole H. Augustin
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Space-time modelling for trend estimation of natural resources
Alex Griffiths
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Soil structure and defoliation in Norway spruce
Matthias Schmidt
Northwest German Forest Research Station
Göttingen
Modelling the grub density of the May beetle (Melolontha hippocastani) in the area of the Hessisch Ried
Arne Nothdurft
Department of Biometry and Information Sciences
Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg
Freiburg
Spatio-temporal prediction of site index based on forest inventories and climate change scenarios
Matthias Albert
Northwest German Forest Research Station
Göttingen
Using shape constrained additive models (SCAM) to quantify climate and site effects on forest productivity
Simon Wood
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Tutorial (Website)

Friday, November 9

Sebastian Schoneberg
Northwest German Forest Research Station
Göttingen
Nonlinear mixed modelling of tree height growth
Tim Ritter
Department Ecoinformatics, Biometrics & Forest Growth Georg-August University of Göttingen
Correcting the nondetection bias of angle count sampling
Ronny Peters
Institute of Forest Growth and Forest Computer Sciences
TU Dresden
Revealing the invisible half: model based identification of below-ground competition in plant communities

Contact


Dep. of Biometry and Informatics
Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg
Arne Nothdurft
Phone: +49-761-4018-195
Email: arne.nothdurft(at)forst.bwl.de


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