INQUA 2019

INQUA 2019 is the congress of the International Union for Quaternary Research.

With Dr. Niamh Cahill and Prof. Andrew Parnell I co-convened a session on Bayesian statistical analysis methods for paleoclimate data. This session was very successful in that we had a full room and 6 great talks, along with a poster session. Hopefully we managed to convince some of the audience that Bayesian methodology is the way to go for inverse problems such as climate reconstruction with multiple sources of uncertainty!

Michael Salter-Townshend
Michael Salter-Townshend
Assistant Professor of Statistics

My research interests include Statistical Genetics, Network Analysis, Climate Reconstruction, Computational Statistics, Bayesian Statistics.

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