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Frailty Models for the Control Time of Wildland Fires in the Former Intensive Fire Management Zone of Ontario, Canada
Vol. 9, Issue 5, Sep 2019
Submitted 2019-05-01, Accepted 2019-09-15
Amy A. Morin, Alisha Albert-Green, Douglas G. Woolford, David L. Martell
Statistical Surveillance Thresholds for Enhanced Situational Awareness of Spring Wildland Fire Activity in Alberta, Canada
Vol. 9, Issue 4, Sep 2019
Submitted 2018-10-31, Accepted 2019-09-15
Cordy Tymstra, Douglas G. Woolford, Mike D. Flannigan
Spatial Semi-parametric Spectral Density Estimation for Multivariate Extremes, with Application to Fire Threat
Vol. 9, Issue 3, Sep 2019
Submitted 2018-10-31, Accepted 2019-09-15
Mauricio Nascimento, Benjamin A. Shaby
Area Interaction Point Processes for Bivariate Point Patterns in a Bayesian Context
Vol. 9, Issue 2, Sep 2019
Submitted 2017-08-17, Accepted 2019-09-15
Glenna F. Nightingale, Janine Bärbel Illian, Ruth King, Peter Nightingale
Visualizing Multivariate Time Series of Aerial Fire Fighting Data
Vol. 9, Issue 1, Sep 2019
Submitted 2018-11-14, Accepted 2019-09-15
Devan G. Becker, W. John Braun, Charmaine B. Dean, Douglas G. Woolford
Modeling of Dengue Fever Death Counts Using Hidden Markov Model
Vol. 8, Issue 9, Sep 2018
Submitted 2018-04-18, Accepted 2018-09-07
Joshni George, Seemon Thomas
On Identifying the Probability Distribution of Monthly Maximum Temperature of Two Coastal Stations in Bangladesh
Vol. 8, Issue 8, Sep 2018
Submitted 2016-01-07, Accepted 2016-10-28
Md. Moyazzem Hossain, Faruq Abdulla, Gazi Mahmud Alam
Practical Geostatistics Case Studies 2009
Vol. 1, Book Review 1, Feb 2010
Submitted 2009-12-12, Accepted 2009-12-12
Reviewed by David Zes
Volume 9: Statistical Analysis of Wildfire Data
Volume 8: Novel or Unusual Ideas in Environmental Statistics
Volume 4: TIES2012

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