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Spatio-temporal Modelling of Temperature Fields in the Pacific Northwest

@article{CasquilhoResende2016SpatiotemporalMO,
  title={Spatio-temporal Modelling of Temperature Fields in the Pacific Northwest},
  author={Camila M. Casquilho-Resende and Nhu D. Le and James V. Zidek},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2016}
}
The importance of modelling temperature fields goes beyond the need to understand a region's climate and serves too as a starting point for understanding their socioeconomic, and health consequences. The topography of the study region contributes much to the complexity of modelling these fields and demands flexible spatio-temporal models that are able to handle nonstationarity and changes in trend. In this paper, we develop a flexible stochastic spatio-temporal model for daily temperatures in… 
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