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Recently Published Issues
OnlineOpen: The Open Access Option for Authors
OnlineOpen is available to authors who wish to make their article open access, free to read, download and share via Wiley Online Library and PubMed Central.New! Environmetrics Discussion Papers
View the Research Article and Rejoinder papers by Adam A. Szpiro and Christopher J. Paciorek, published in Vol 24:8
Now read these top Discussion Papers based these original articles:
Measurement error in spatial exposure models: study design implicationsD.C. Thomas
Regression calibration in air pollution epidemiology with exposure estimated by spatio-temporal modeling,D. Spiegelman
Spatial exposure modeling: reconsidering the data-generating mechanism,C.A. Calder
We can understand complex models (at least, sometimes,J.S. Hodges
Measurement error in air pollution epidemiology: guidance for uncertain times,R. D. Peng
Wiley- TIES Awards
The 2015 winners of the Wiley-TIES Best Environmetrics Paper have been announced as Jo M. Kaczmarska, Valerie S. Isham, Paul Northrop with their Open Access paper Local generalised method of moments: an application to point process-based rainfall models.
First introduced in 1997 at the 8th Annual TIES Conference in Innsbruck, Austria, awards for the TIES-Wiley Best Student Presentation have since been given at each TIES conference. The presentations are given and judged during the conference and must represent work accomplished as a student The awards are co-sponsored by TIES and John Wiley & Sons, the publisher of the TIES official journal Environmetrics. The award consists of a certificate and a $500 cash prize.
Enjoy the latest Special Issues from Environmetrics
View our Silver Anniversary Special Issue available HERE. We celebrated our quarter century of growth and advancement by collecting together a variety of perspectives on what environmetrics is and what it can become.
Featuring top papers:
Md Hamidul Huque, Howard D. Bondell and Louise Ryan
Andrew O. Finley, Sudipto Banerjee, Aaron R. Weiskittel, Chad Babcock and Bruce D. Cook