Research projects in the SSES Program have emphasized the development of statistical methodology and computational aspects of spatial, spatio-temporal, and environmental statistics. Some research projects have matured into products that involve less technical presentations of the research. This may be in the form of what we call Web-Projects or in the form of web-based tutorials. Occasionally the product is freeware.
El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO)
Total Column Ozone (TCO)
Dynamic Modeling of Ice Streams (Ice Streams)
Sources to Biomarkers (STB)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Tutorial on Bayesian Statistics for Geophysicists
Tutorial on Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling for Exposure to Arsenic
Tutorial on Fixed Rank Kriging (FRK) of CO2 data
Covariance Matching Constrained Kriging (CMCK)
Fixed Rank Kriging (FRK)
Fixed Rank Filtering (FRF)
A number of SSES research projects are in
areas of "big science," such as remote sensing of the earth on a
global scale, Bayesian statistical
exposure modeling from sources to biomarkers, and regional and global climate modeling in space and time.
Other research areas include spatial
command and control, disease mapping, medical imaging, ice-stream
dynamics, and spatial data fusion.