TIES is an Association of the International Statistical Institute
ANNUAL TIES MEETING
JUNE 10-14, 2013 IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, USA.
| Conference Theme:
Quantitative Methods, Applications, and Issues in Natural
Resources: assessment, regulation, development, use and conservation.
Organizer: TIES President, Don Stevens
| Now available as Special Volume
in Journal of Environmental
Volume co-editors: Bronwyn Harch, Bikas Sinha
for having been elected to the ISI Council.
The International Environmetrics Society (TIES) is a non-profit organization aimed to foster the development and use of statistical and other quantitative methods in the environmental sciences, environmental engineering and environmental monitoring and protection. To this end, the Society promotes the participation of statisticians, mathematicians, scientists and engineers in the solution of environmental problems and emphasizes the need for collaboration and for clear communication between individuals from different disciplines and between researchers and practitioners. The Society further promotes these objectives by conducting meetings and producing publications, and by encouraging a broad membership of statisticians, mathematicians, engineers, scientists and others interested in furthering the role of statistical and mathematical techniques in service to the environment.
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