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A Bayesian Model-Based Approach for Determining Multivariate Tolerable Regions
Vol. 7, Issue 6, Nov 2015
Submitted 2015-01-19, Accepted 2015-11-12
Edward L. Boone, J. Paul Brooks, Epiphanie Nyirabahizi, Xi Chen
Regression of Algae Biomass over Variables with Disjoint Spatial Support
Vol. 7, Issue 5, Sep 2015
Submitted 2014-08-04, Accepted 2015-06-18
Kevin Nichols, Elena Trevino, Calvin Pham, Jane Giamporcaro, Anthony Rambone, Atousa Karimi, Kali Chowdhury
Parametric Approaches for Estimating the Number of Species of Water Birds of Bangladesh
Vol. 7, Issue 4, Sep 2015
Submitted 2015-01-26, Accepted 2015-09-01
Syed S. Hossain, Marzana Chowdhury, Farhana Sadia
Pairwise Interaction Point Processes for Modelling Bivariate Spatial Point Patterns in the Presence of Interaction Uncertainty
Vol. 7, Issue 3, Sep 2015
Submitted 2015-01-25, Accepted 2015-09-01
Glenna F. Nightingale, Janine Bärbel Illian, Ruth King
Analysis of Spatial Heterogeneity Using Power Law
Vol. 7, Issue 2, Sep 2015
Submitted 2014-12-03, Accepted 2015-09-22
Tamanna Islam, Mikinori Tsuiki
A Markov Approach On Pattern of Rainfall Distribution
Vol. 7, Issue 1, Sep 2015
Submitted 2014-03-03, Accepted 2015-01-16
M. A. Raheem, W. B. Yahya, K. O. Obisesan
Spatial Patterns of Record-Setting Temperatures
Vol. 6, Issue 6, Sep 2014
Submitted 2014-03-24, Accepted 2014-07-24
Alex Kostinksi, Amalia Anderson
Practical Geostatistics Case Studies 2009
Vol. 1, Book Review 1, Feb 2010
Submitted 2009-12-12, Accepted 2009-12-12
Reviewed by David Zes
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