The members of the lab conduct research in Statistics & its applications in the Environmental Sciences. The current fields of activity are: sampling theory, small area estimation, nonparametric curve estimation and modeling & analysis of spatial and temporal data. Main application areas are statistical issues in forestry, forest inventory, forest econometrics, ecology, large scale monitoring and climate change research.
For students: If you would like to start a Master's thesis, please get in touch with us to discuss possible topics.
Alexander Francis Massey (visiting scientist)
Gabrielle Moser (visiting scientist)
Statistics Lab Seminars
Informal presentations (min. 1 hour) on statistical methods & their applications, with focus on fundamentals & technical issues.
If you'd like to attend one of these sessions, let Minna know, and she will send you the necessary information. Typical meeting dates fall on Thursday afternoons.