Climate Extremes: Attributions and Future Projections. Invited talk at EVA 2015: Ninth International Conference on Extreme Value Analysis and Applications. Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 19, 2015.
Talks given by Richard L. Smith at the VI-MSS Workshop on Environmental Statistics, held at the International Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India, March 2-4, 2015.
Two lectures on Hierarchical Models in Extreme Value Theory given as part of Dr. Elizabeth Mannsgardt's course on Extreme Value Theory, North Carolina State University, Department of Statistics, February 19 and March 31, 2015.
A HIERARCHICAL MODEL FOR REGRESSION-BASED CLIMATE CHANGE DETECTION AND ATTRIBUTION. Joint Statistical Meetings, Montreal, August 7, 2013.
Influence of Climate Change on Extreme Weather Events. Given at the CANSSI annual meeting in Edmonton, May 25 2013, and several other meetings.
Attribution of Extreme Climatic Events. Wierman Lecture, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Johns Hopkins University, December 6, 2012.
Extreme Precipitation Trends over the Continental United States. Workshop on Climate Change and Extreme Value Theory, Eurandom and KNMI, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, May 11-13, 2009.
EXTREME VALUE THEORY. Presentation for the American Meteorological Society workshop on Statistics of Extreme Events , Phoenix, January 9 2009. (Final version.)
CLIMATE EXTREMES AND GLOBAL WARMING: A STATISTICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE. 136th APHA Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 27 2008.
RISK AND EXTREMES: ASSESSING THE PROBABILITIES OF VERY RARE EVENTS. Fourteenth Army Conference on Applied Statistics, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA, October 22 2008.
MULTIVARIATE EXTREMES AND RISK. Interface 2008, Durham, May 22 2008.
(Related talk by Xiao Qin at the accompanying SAMSI workshop)
RISK ANALYSIS AND EXTREMES. Tutorial lecture given at the Opening Workshop of the SAMSI program on Risk Analysis, Extreme Events and Decision Theory. Research Triangle Park, September 16 2007.
BAYES HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EEAWHI. Seminar at NIEHS Biostatistics Group, May 15 2007.
Trends in observational and model-generated precipitation extremes: are they compatible? IDAG Meeting, Duke University, March 14, 2007.
EXTREME PRECIPITATION TRENDS OVER THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES. 15th `Aha Huliko'a Hawaiian Winter Workshop, Honolulu, January 24, 2007
EXTREME PRECIPITATION TRENDS OVER THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES. Ninth Annual Winter Workshop, Environmental and Environmental Health Statistics, Department of Statistics, University of Florida, January 12, 2007.
THE CCSP REPORT ON TEMPERATURE TRENDS IN THE LOWER ATMOSPHERE. Joint Statistical Meetings, Seattle, August 9 2006.
A TRANSFORMED, THRESHOLDED GAUSSIAN MODEL FOR PRECIPITATION EXTREMES. Seminar presented to NCAR Extreme Values Reading Group, March 30, 2006.
DISCUSSION OF PAPER BY HEFFERNAN AND TAWN Seminar presented to NCAR Extreme Values Reading Group, February 23, 2006.
BAYESIAN MODELING OF UNCERTAINTY IN ENSEMBLES OF CLIMATE MODELS. Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields. January 18 2006.
KRIGING WITH ESTIMATED PARAMETERS. Iowa State University, September 12 2005.
BAYESIAN KRIGING AND BAYESIAN NETWORK DESIGN. OBayes 5 Workshop, Branson, Missouri, June 6 2005.
KRIGING WITH ESTIMATED PARAMETERS. U.C. Santa Barbara, May 10 2005.
AN OVERVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS
Presented at ISI "Environmental Statistics Theme Day". 55th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Sydney, Australia, April 6 2005.
KRIGING WITH ESTIMATED PARAMETERS. UNC Statistics/OR Colloquium, January 10, 2005.
SPATIAL INTERPOLATION OF AIRBORNE PARTICULATES AND ITS APPLICATION TO EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES. Spatial Structures in Social Sciences Colloquium, Brown University, October 8 2004.
THE DESIGN OF SPATIAL MONITOR NETWORKS.
Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, August 10 2004.
Formula sheet to accompany JSM talk
Technical paper (preliminary version) to accompany JSM talk
BAYESIAN KRIGING AND BAYESIAN NETWORK DESIGN. The J. Stuart Hunter Lecture, TIES 2004, ACCURACY 2004 Joint Conference, Portland, Maine, June 30 2004.
ESTIMATING THE MEAN LEVEL OF FINE PARTICULATE MATTER: AN APPLICATION OF SPATIAL STATISTICS. Boston University, April 16 2004.
Multivariate Extremes, Max-stable Processes and the Analysis of Financial Risk. Workshop on Statistics in Finance, Mathematical Institute, Oberwolfach, January 14 2004.
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