New paper accepted in Spatial Statistics

By late February 2010, flooding had forced the evacuation of more than 1,000 people in southern Spain, according to the Dartmouth Flood Observatory. Heavy rains affected the provinces of Cordoba, Jaen, and Seville, blocking roads as well as flooding homes. Captured image of southern Spain on March 9, 2010.

Spatial Statistics publishes articles on the theory and application of spatial and spatio-temporal statistics. It favours manuscripts that present theory generated by new applications, or in which new theory is applied to an important practical case. A purely theoretical study will only rarely be accepted. Pure case studies without methodological development are not acceptable for publication.

New paper accepted: Yadav, R., Huser, R., and Opitz, T. (2022+), A flexible Bayesian hierarchical modeling framework for spatially dependent peaks-over-threshold data, Spatial Statistics, to appear [PDF preprint]