Basic Summer Course in Climate Time Series Analysis

Dear colleague,

Climate Risk Analysis is giving a Basic Course in Climate Time Series Analysis in Bad Gandersheim, Germany, from 7 to 11 August 2017. Below are the major points. The registration site has all details.

It would be great if this course would be of interest to you or your students. Thanks for circulating, and sorry in case you receive this (or similar) announcements several times.

Best wishes

Manfred

Dr. Manfred Mudelsee
CEO, Climate Risk Analysis

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Registration Deadline: Fri 25 August 2017

Registration site:
http://www.climate-risk-analysis.com/courses/time-series/Basic-Summer-Course-in-Climate-Time-Series-Analysis-2017.html

Summary: This Basic Summer Course in Climate Time Series Analysis is
specifically tailored to the needs of PhD students, postdocs and
professional researchers in climatology, ecology, environmental
sciences, geosciences, meteorology or hydrology. We assume a basic
knowledge in calculus, the rest you will learn here. You get the
required statistical tools and extensive hands-on training to become
able to optimally analyse your data and answer the associated questions
about the climate. You acquire the theoretical basis for understanding
the tools and interpreting the results. You learn to determine the
various sources of uncertainty in data, climate models and statistical
estimation.

Summer courses: There are in total three summer courses offered by
CRA. First, the Basic Course in Climate Time Series Analysis (7 to 11
August 2017) assumes basic knowledge in calculus. Second, the Advanced
Course in Climate Time Series Analysis (4 to 8 September 2017) assumes
further basic knowledge in statistics. Both courses cover the most
important statistical techniques: regression, spectral analysis, extreme
values and correlation. Third, the Short Course in Climate Extremes
Analysis (19 to 22 September 2017) assumes basic knowledge in calculus
and statistics; it covers regression and especially extreme values.
 

 

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