This course introduces a number of statistical methodologies that are used in environmental and ecological studies. Students are introduced to topics in spatial statistics and abundance estimation for biological populations.
Course notes will be provided.
This course has print-based exams that require a proctor. A Distance Proctor Form will be required. Electronic proctoring is not available for this.
This course can be applied towards:
STAA 552 (Generalized Regression Models); STAA 561 (Probability with Applications) or STAT 520 (Introduction to Probability Theory) or written consent of instructor.
Tuition includes access to lecture recordings which are available by streamed video. Lecture recordings may also be available by download or on DVD. To determine viewing options, contact the Department of Statistics degree program staff at email@example.com. Visit the Department of Statistics website to learn more about what to do after registration, including creating your eID (if necessary) and accessing your course.
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Dan Cooley joined the statistics faculty in 2007. His research interests focus around developing methodologies for the analysis of extreme values. In particular, he is interested in multivariate and spatial extremes. Dan collaborates regularly with the Geophysical Statistics Project at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder.
Dan and his family like to bicycle, hike, ski, swim, and telemark ski.