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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics)
Joint Editors: N. Friel and J. Illian
The Royal Statistical Society is pleased to invite you to the discussion of two papers on 'Statistical aspects of climate change'.
This in-person Discussion Meeting will be held as part of the Royal Statisitcal Society Conference 2022, on 14 September, 5pm to 7pm, in Aberdeen. It is free to attend and will be broadcast online and recorded.The event will be chaired by our president, Sylvia Richardson.
You must register separately for the online meeting if you are not already attending the conference: Register for the online meeting
Details of the meeting are on our site, where you can also download the preprints: RSS - Discussion paper meetings
The Discussion Meetings Committee was motivated to choose this topic by the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow last year, and because climate changes and the environment is one of the Society's six campaigning priorities for 2022.
Paper 1: 'Assessing present and future risk of water damage using building attributes, meteorology and topography'
Authors: C Heinrich-Mertsching et al., Norwegian Computing Centre, Oslo, Norway
Paper 2: 'The importance of context in extreme value analysis with application to extreme temperatures in the USA and Greenland'
Authors: D Clarkson et al., University of Lancaster, UK
If you are attending online and wish to contribute to the discussion on one or both papers following the authors' presentations. Please reserve a speaking slot (up to 5 minutes) in advance of the meeting, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that notification in advance is essential for anyone planning to join online.
We welcome contributions in writing before 30 September 2022. They must not exceed 400 words in length (not including tables, reference details and figures) and be in editable format (Word doc or tex file). Please also provide a pdf copy for review, a separate file for each figure and add the following information at the beginning of your contribution:
- Author(s) and title(s) of the paper(s) under discussion
- Name, title, affiliation and email address
From 9 November 2020 any new submissions to the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C (Applied Statistics) should be made to https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jrssc
It is no longer possible to submit new articles to the https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jrss site.
For help with submissions, please contact the Journal’s Editorial Office: email@example.com.
Modelling time-varying rankings with autoregressive and score-driven dynamics
-  2 August 2022
Network Hawkes process models for exploring latent hierarchy in social animal interactions
-  28 July 2022
Generalized additive models for location, scale and shape
-  14 April 2005