5 edition of Statistical analysis in climate research found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 455-468) and index.
|Statement||Hans von Storch and Francis W. Zwiers.|
|Contributions||Zwiers, Francis W.|
|LC Classifications||QC981 .S735 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 484 p. :|
|Number of Pages||484|
|LC Control Number||98017416|
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It is necessary with some prior knowledge about statistics to read this book. It does not contain any proofs, but many references to other by: "Statistical analysis in Climate Research" is the statistics book which has been most relevant for me that I have read until this time. The information density is very high in this book.
It is necessary with some prior knowledge about statistics to read this book. It does not contain any proofs, but many references to other books.5/5(2). Book description.
Climatology is, to a large degree, the study of the statistics of our climate. The powerful tools of mathematical statistics therefore find wide application in climatological : Hans von Storch, Francis W. Zwiers. The statistical analysis methods are illustrated with case studies on extremes in the three major climate variables: temperature, precipitation, and wind speed.
The book also provides datasets and access to appropriate analysis software, allowing the reader to replicate the case study calculations. This books presents some of the most recent and advanced statistical methods used to analyse environmental and climate data, and addresses the spatial and spatio-temporal dimensions of the phenomena studied, the multivariate complexity of the data, and the necessity of considering uncertainty sources and propagation.
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The purpose of. This comprehensive book describes the powerful tools of mathematical statistics which find wide application in climatological research. Suitable for graduate courses on statistics for climatic, atmospheric and oceanic science, this book will also be valuable as a reference source for researchers in climatology, meteorology, atmospheric science, and oceanography.
Statistical Analysis in Climate Research by Hans von Storch,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Univariate and multivariate recurrence analysis are discussed in Sections and The Concept of Statistical Tests. Introduction. Since we should now be somewhat comfortable with the ideas underlying hypothesis testing (see , [–11], and the preamble to this part of the book), we only briefly characterize the testing paradigm Cited by: 2.
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The book is. surprising that statistical reasoning, analysis and modelling are pervasive in the climatological sciences. Statistical analysis helps to quantify the effects of uncertainty, both in terms of observation and measurement and in terms of our understanding of the processes, that govern climate variability.
Statistical analysis alsoCited by: The book is a collection of the contributions given during an "autumn school" on "Statistical Analysis in Climate Research" supported by the European Community.
Keywords Klimatologie Scale climate climate variability climatology statistical analysis statistische Analyse. Statistical Weather and Climate Information An example of a temperature data analysis that shows high, low, and average temperatures throughout a year.
NCEI offers several types of climate information generated from examination of the data in the archives. Misuses of Statistical Analysis in Climate Research by Hans von Storch Prologue †Almost all data in climate research are interrelatedboth in space and †The use of statistical techniques as a cook-book like recipe without a.
Cite this paper as: von Storch H. () Misuses of Statistical Analysis in Climate Research. In: von Storch H., Navarra A. (eds) Analysis of Climate by: Introduction Climate archives, variables and dating Noise and statistical distribution Persistence Spacing Aim and structure of this book Background material 2.
Persistence Models First-order autoregressive model Second-order autoregressive model Mixed autoregressive moving average model Other models Preface This volume has grown from an Autumn School about \Analysis of Climate Variability - Applications of Statistical techniques" on Elba in November We have included those lectures which referred explicitly to appli- cations of statistical techniques in climate science, since we felt that general descriptions of statistical methods, both at the introductory and at advancedFile Size: 7MB.
Various problems in climate research, which require the use of advanced statistical techniques, are considered in this book. The examples emphasize the notion that the knowledge of statistical techniques alone is not sufficient. Climate Time Series Analysis Classical Statistical and Bootstrap Methods Mudelsee M () Climate Time Series Analysis: Classical Statistical and Bootstrap Methods.
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