STATMOS node at University of Glasgow

Thursday 24th January, 2013

The Environmental Statistics research group at Glasgow University has been accepted as a node of STATMOS, which is a research network for statistical methods in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. At this time 15 universities and research organisations from the United States, Canada and now Scotland are involved in working together to develop statistical methods that can be used to investigate interesting scientific problems in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. Examples of projects include the development of spatio-temporal models in these fields, studying extreme events in space and time, and modelling the uncertainty in observation network data and climate model output.