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Continuous-time and continuous-space processes in ecology 20-21 April 2010


This workshop will consist of a series of presentations and discussions on modelling and inference within the area of statistical ecology, with a particular emphasis on continuous-time and continuous-space stochastic processes. Applications will include, for example, spatio-temporal movements of wildlife species in heterogeneous habitat, the development of home-range models and their contribution to the estimation of population dynamics.

The aim is to provide an opportunity for researchers working in the fields of statistics and ecology to present and compare alternative approaches that are currently being used and to stimulate new national and international collaborations.


A detailed schedule of the workshop is now available with all abstracts in a PDF document


please find a campus map and a leaflet with detailed information about accommodation, catering and venues for the workshop


Abstract submission is now closed. Here you can find the list of confirmed participants.


Keynote speakers:

Paul Blackwell (Statistics Department, Sheffield, UK)
Otso Ovaskainen (Mathematical Biology, Helsinki, FI)
Paul Moorcroft(Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard, MA)
Devin Johnson (National Marine Mammal Laboratory, Seattle, WA)
Simon Wood (Statistics Department, Bath, UK)
Matthew Spencer (Environmental Sciences, Liverpool, UK)

This worshop is organised by Chiara Mazzetta and Ruth King as a collaboration between CRiSM and the National Centre for Statistical Ecology.





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