|Brief biographic descriptions of the STARMAP
senior personnel and their roles appear below. By "clicking"
on their name, a longer biography appears. From there you
can tranfer to their home pages at their respective institutions.
, Program Director and Co-Principal Investigator of
the EPA Cooperative agreement, has functioned as an academic
statistician, consulting on a wide variety of problems, mainly
in the biological sciences, for more than 35 years. He has worked
with EPA's Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP)
for the past 10 years.
was a faculty member in statistics and collaborated with
the Natural Resources Inventory at Iowa State University until
his recent move to CSU. He contributes to this Program's work
mainly in small area estimation.
, Co-Principal Investigator of the Cooperative Agreement,
has been with CSU's statistics department since 198l, working
on a variety of problems with time-series and spatial aspects. He
contributes to the Program the area of spatial modeling.
has been affiliated with statistics at CSU since 1994 and
has worked on a variety of environmental problems. She contributes
to the Program's work on combining environmental data sets, contributing
especially in the area of Bayesian methods and spatial modeling.
has been with CSU's statistics department since 1980
, working on a variety of problems, several with major environmental
dimensions, including co-teaching a course on environmental statistics
with Jim Loftis of CSU's bioresources engineering. He participates
in the modeling and outreach aspects of this Program.
| Robin Reich
has applied spatial statistics to a wide variety of
natural resource problems, especially in forestry since he came
to CSU in 1985. He adds a wide range of experience to
the Program in the area of spatial modleing of natural resources,
including aquatic systems.
has worked on a wide variety of EPA projects, and
especially with EMAP since 1990. He brings to the Program extensive
experience on design-based estimation associated with the
sampling of aquatic resources, as well as experience in spatial
modeling. He also serves as the director of the companion
Program at Oregon State University.
has been with CSU's Natural Resources Ecology Laboratory
since 1995, working on a variety of projects in landscape
ecology. He provides the Program's main landscape ecology
input and manage its efforts in geographic information systems,
a major data source for other aspects of the Program.