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Brook T Russell
Brook T Russell
Associate Professor, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Clemson University
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Planning for success: identifying effective and efficient survey designs for monitoring
JH Reynolds, WL Thompson, B Russell
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1278-1284, 2011
1142011
Investigating the observed sensitivities of air-quality extremes<? xmltex\newline?> to meteorological drivers via quantile regression
WC Porter, CL Heald, D Cooley, B Russell
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15 (18), 10349-10366, 2015
772015
Application of a double-observer aerial line-transect method to estimate brown bear population density in southwestern Alaska
P Walsh, J Reynolds, G Collins, B Russell, M Winfree, J Denton
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 1 (1), 47-58, 2010
202010
Neuromodulation based on rTMS affects behavioral measures and autonomic nervous system activity in children with autism
G Sokhadze, MF Casanova, D Kelly, E Casanova, B Russell, ...
NeuroRegulation 4 (2), 65-65, 2017
142017
Optimization of synthesis of carbohydrates and 1-phenyl-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone (PMP) by response surface methodology (RSM) for improved carbohydrate detection
W Wang, F Chen, F Zheng, BT Russell
Food chemistry 309, 125686, 2020
132020
Observed and predicted sensitivities of extreme surface ozone to meteorological drivers in three US cities
MJ Fix, D Cooley, A Hodzic, E Gilleland, BT Russell, WC Porter, ...
Atmospheric Environment 176, 292-300, 2018
132018
Spatially modeling the effects of meteorological drivers of PM2.5 in the Eastern United States via a local linear penalized quantile regression estimator
BT Russell, D Wang, CS McMahan
Environmetrics 28 (5), e2448, 2017
132017
Investigating the association between late spring Gulf of Mexico sea surface temperatures and US Gulf Coast precipitation extremes with focus on Hurricane Harvey
BT Russell, MD Risser, RL Smith, KE Kunkel
Environmetrics 31 (2), e2595, 2020
122020
Changes in family leisure functioning following a family camp for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
K Wenzel, J Townsend, BL Hawkins, B Russell
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 54 (1), 17-31, 2020
112020
Modeling the spatial behavior of the meteorological drivers' effects on extreme ozone
BT Russell, DS Cooley, WC Porter, CL Heald
Environmetrics 27 (6), 334-344, 2016
112016
Data mining to investigate the meteorological drivers for extreme ground level ozone events
BT Russell, DS Cooley, WC Porter, BJ Reich, CL Heald
The Annals of Applied Statistics 10 (3), 1673-1698, 2016
112016
Phylogenies of the 16S rRNA gene and its hypervariable regions lack concordance with core genome phylogenies
HB Hassler, B Probert, C Moore, E Lawson, RW Jackson, BT Russell, ...
Microbiome 10 (1), 104, 2022
62022
Investigating the link between and atmospheric profile variables via penalized functional quantile regression
BT Russell, JL Dyer
Environmental and Ecological Statistics 24, 363-384, 2017
52017
Using spatial smoothing to model a functional regression estimator to points on a lattice with application to surface-level ozone in the Eastern United States
BT Russell, WC Porter
Environmental and Ecological Statistics 29 (1), 127-147, 2022
22022
Identifying meteorological drivers of PM2.5 levels via a Bayesian spatial quantile regression
SW Self, CS McMahan, BT Russell
Environmetrics 32 (5), e2669, 2021
22021
Prediction of High-ozone Events Using GAM, SMOTE, and Tail Dependence Approaches in Texas (2005-2019)
B Brown-Steiner, X Zhou, MJ Alvarado, BT Russell
Aerosol and Air Quality Research 21, 210077, 2021
22021
Investigating precipitation extremes in South Carolina with focus on the state's October 2015 precipitation event
BT Russell
Journal of Applied Statistics 46 (2), 286-303, 2019
22019
Understanding extreme behavior by optimizing tail dependence with application to ground level ozone via data mining and spatial modeling
BT Russell
Colorado State University, 2015
22015
Modeling short‐ranged dependence in block extrema with application to polar temperature data
BT Russell, WK Huang
Environmetrics 32 (3), e2661, 2021
12021
Supplement to “Data mining to investigate the meteorological drivers for extreme ground level ozone events.”
BT Russell, DS Cooley, WC Porter, BJ Reich, CL Heald
DOI, 2016
12016
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