# Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics
2016 - 2017
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**2017, volume 22, issue 4**
- A New Approach to Modelling the Relationship Between Annual Population Abundance Indices and Weather Data pp. 427-445
*D. A. Elston*, *M. J. Brewer*, *B. Martay*, *A. Johnston*, *P. A. Henrys*, *J. R. Bell*, *R. Harrington*, *D. Monteith*, *T. M. Brereton*, *K. L. Boughey* and *J. W. Pearce-Higgins*
- Modelling the Covariance Structure in Marginal Multivariate Count Models: Hunting in Bioko Island pp. 446-464
*W. H. Bonat*, *J. Olivero*, *M. Grande-Vega*, *M. A. Farfán* and *J. E. Fa*
- Assessing the Impacts of Time-to-Detection Distribution Assumptions on Detection Probability Estimation pp. 465-480
*Adam Martin-Schwarze*, *Jarad Niemi* and *Philip Dixon*
- Bayesian Calibration of Blue Crab (Callinectes sapidus) Abundance Indices Based on Probability Surveys pp. 481-497
*Dong Liang*, *Genevieve Nesslage*, *Michael Wilberg* and *Thomas Miller*
- Generalized Linear Latent Variable Models for Multivariate Count and Biomass Data in Ecology pp. 498-522
*Jenni Niku*, *David I. Warton*, *Francis K. C. Hui* and *Sara Taskinen*
- The 2012 Census of Agriculture: A Capture–Recapture Analysis pp. 523-539
*Linda J. Young*, *Andrea C. Lamas* and *Denise A. Abreu*
- Local Influence for Spatially Correlated Binomial Data: An Application to the Spodoptera frugiperda Infestation in Corn pp. 540-561
*D. T. Nava*, *F. De Bastiani*, *M. A. Uribe-Opazo*, *O. Nicolis* and *M. Galea*
- The Allometric Quarter-Power Scaling Model and Its Applicability to Grand Fir and Eucalyptus Trees pp. 562-584
*Hannah Capes*, *Robert J. Maillardet*, *Thomas G. Baker*, *Christopher J. Weston*, *Don McGuire*, *Ian C. Dumbrell* and *Andrew P. Robinson*
- Risk Assessment for Toxicity Experiments with Discrete and Continuous Outcomes: A Bayesian Nonparametric Approach pp. 585-601
*Kassandra Fronczyk* and *Athanasios Kottas*
- Bias Correction in Estimating Proportions by Pooled Testing pp. 602-614
*Graham Hepworth* and *Brad J. Biggerstaff*
- The Odd Log-Logistic Student t Distribution: Theory and Applications pp. 615-639
*Altemir Silva Braga*, *Gauss M. Cordeiro*, *Edwin M. M. Ortega* and *Giovana O. Silva*
- Analysis of Multiple Binary Responses Using a Threshold Model pp. 640-651
*Ling-Yun Chang*, *Sajjad Toghiani*, *Ashley Ling*, *El H. Hay*, *Sammy E. Aggrey* and *Romdhane Rekaya*
**2017, volume 22, issue 3**
- Biometrics, JABES and the International Biometric Society pp. 221-223
*Elizabeth Thompson*, *Marie Davidian* and *Stephen Buckland*
- Guest Editor’s Introduction to the Special Issue on “Animal Movement Modeling” pp. 224-231
*Mevin B. Hooten*, *Ruth King* and *Roland Langrock*
- Multi-scale Modeling of Animal Movement and General Behavior Data Using Hidden Markov Models with Hierarchical Structures pp. 232-248
*Vianey Leos-Barajas*, *Eric J. Gangloff*, *Timo Adam*, *Roland Langrock*, *Floris M. Beest*, *Jacob Nabe-Nielsen* and *Juan M. Morales*
- Incorporating Telemetry Error into Hidden Markov Models of Animal Movement Using Multiple Imputation pp. 249-269
*Brett T. McClintock*
- Selecting the Number of States in Hidden Markov Models: Pragmatic Solutions Illustrated Using Animal Movement pp. 270-293
*Jennifer Pohle*, *Roland Langrock*, *Floris M. Beest* and *Niels Martin Schmidt*
- Hierarchical Nonlinear Spatio-temporal Agent-Based Models for Collective Animal Movement pp. 294-312
*Patrick L. McDermott*, *Christopher K. Wikle* and *Joshua Millspaugh*
- Modeling Collective Animal Movement Through Interactions in Behavioral States pp. 313-334
*James C. Russell*, *Ephraim M. Hanks*, *Andreas P. Modlmeier* and *David P. Hughes*
- Imputation Approaches for Animal Movement Modeling pp. 335-352
*Henry Scharf*, *Mevin B. Hooten* and *Devin S. Johnson*
- Reflected Stochastic Differential Equation Models for Constrained Animal Movement pp. 353-372
*Ephraim M. Hanks*, *Devin S. Johnson* and *Mevin B. Hooten*
- Bayesian Inference for Multistate ‘Step and Turn’ Animal Movement in Continuous Time pp. 373-392
*A. Parton* and *P. G. Blackwell*
- A General Approach to Model Movement in (Highly) Fragmented Patch Networks pp. 393-412
*Juan Manuel Morales*, *Agustina Virgilio*, *María Delgado* and *Otso Ovaskainen*
- Erratum to: On Estimation and Selection of Autologistic Regression Models via Penalized Pseudolikelihood pp. 413-419
*Rao Fu*, *Andrew L. Thurman*, *Tingjin Chu*, *Michelle M. Steen-adams* and *Jun Zhu*
- José-María Montero, Gema Fernández-Avilés, and Jorge Mateu: Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Geostatistical Modeling and Kriging pp. 420-422
*Christopher K. Wikle*
- Animal Movement: Statistical Models for Telemetry Data by Hooten, Johnson, McClintock and Morales pp. 423-425
*Jason Matthiopoulos*
**2017, volume 22, issue 2**
- Bayesian Methods for Estimating Animal Abundance at Large Spatial Scales Using Data from Multiple Sources pp. 111-139
*Soumen Dey*, *Mohan Delampady*, *Ravishankar Parameshwaran*, *N. Samba Kumar*, *Arjun Srivathsa* and *K. Ullas Karanth*
- Bringing It All Together: Multi-species Integrated Population Modelling of a Breeding Community pp. 140-160
*José J. Lahoz-Monfort*, *Michael P. Harris*, *Sarah Wanless*, *Stephen N. Freeman* and *Byron J. T. Morgan*
- A Statistical Method to Construct Confidence Sets on Carrion Insect Age from Development Stage pp. 161-171
*Lynn R. LaMotte*, *Amanda L. Roe*, *Jeffrey D. Wells* and *Leon G. Higley*
- Application of Whole-Genome Prediction Methods for Genome-Wide Association Studies: A Bayesian Approach pp. 172-193
*Rohan Fernando*, *Ali Toosi*, *Anna Wolc*, *Dorian Garrick* and *Jack Dekkers*
- Water flow probabilistic predictions based on a rainfall–runoff simulator: a two-regime model with variable selection pp. 194-219
*Marie Courbariaux*, *Pierre Barbillon* and *Éric Parent*
**2017, volume 22, issue 1**
- Residual Variance–Covariance Modelling in Analysis of Multivariate Data from Variety Selection Trials pp. 1-22
*Joanne De Faveri*, *Arūnas P. Verbyla*, *Brian R. Cullis*, *Wayne S. Pitchford* and *Robin Thompson*
- Smooth additive mixed models for predicting aboveground biomass pp. 23-41
*Mariola Sánchez-González*, *María Durbán*, *Dae-Jin Lee*, *Isabel Cañellas* and *Hortensia Sixto*
- The Bayesian Group Lasso for Confounded Spatial Data pp. 42-59
*Trevor J. Hefley*, *Mevin B. Hooten*, *Ephraim M. Hanks*, *Robin E. Russell* and *Daniel P. Walsh*
- Functional Mapping of Multiple Dynamic Traits pp. 60-75
*Jiguo Cao*, *Liangliang Wang*, *Zhongwen Huang*, *Junyi Gai* and *Rongling Wu*
- Comparison of Models Analyzing a Small Number of Observed Meningitis Cases in Navrongo, Ghana pp. 76-104
*Y. Hagar*, *M. Hayden*, *C. Wiedinmyer* and *V. Dukic*
- “Extending R”, by John M. Chambers pp. 105-106
*Edzer Pebesma*
- EnvStats: An R Package for Environmental Statistics by Steven P. Millard pp. 107-108
*Peter F. Craigmile*
- Hidden Markov Models for Time Series: An Introduction Using R, 2nd Edition, by Walter Zucchini, Iain L. MacDonald, and Roland Langrock pp. 109-110
*Leo Polansky*
**2016, volume 21, issue 4**
- Assessing the Correlation Structure in Cow Udder Quarter Infection Times Through Extensions of the Correlated Frailty Model pp. 601-618
*Estelle Kuhn*, *Klara Goethals*, *Charles El-Nouty* and *Luc Duchateau*
- Extending Ordinal Regression with a Latent Zero-Augmented Beta Distribution pp. 619-640
*Kathryn M. Irvine*, *T. J. Rodhouse* and *Ilai N. Keren*
- Bayesian Semiparametric Model for Pathway-Based Analysis with Zero-Inflated Clinical Outcomes pp. 641-662
*Lulu Cheng*, *Inyoung Kim* and *Herbert Pang*
- Optimal Design of Dilution Experiments Under Volume Constraints pp. 663-683
*Maryam Zolghadr* and *Sergei Zuyev*
- A Reference Population-Based Conformance Proportion pp. 684-697
*Hsin-I Lee*, *Hungyen Chen*, *Hirohisa Kishino* and *Chen-Tuo Liao*
- Exact-Permutation-Based Sign Tests for Clustered Binary Data Via Weighted and Unweighted Test Statistics pp. 698-712
*Janie McDonald*, *Patrick D. Gerard*, *Christopher S. McMahan* and *William R. Schucany*
- Review of the Book Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology Volume 1 by Marc Kéry and J. Andrew Royle pp. 713-715
*A. Noble Hendrix*
**2016, volume 21, issue 3**
- Guest Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue on “Seismomatics: Space–Time Analysis of Natural or Anthropogenic Catastrophes” pp. 403-406
*J. Mateu* and *E. Porcu*
- Effective Sample Size for Line Transect Sampling Models with an Application to Marine Macroalgae pp. 407-425
*Jonathan Acosta*, *Felipe Osorio* and *Ronny Vallejos*
- Testing Self-Similarity Through Lamperti Transformations pp. 426-447
*Myoungji Lee*, *Marc G. Genton* and *Mikyoung Jun*
- Composite Likelihood Inference for Multivariate Gaussian Random Fields pp. 448-469
*Moreno Bevilacqua*, *Alfredo Alegria*, *Daira Velandia* and *Emilio Porcu*
- Non-Stationary Dependence Structures for Spatial Extremes pp. 470-491
*Raphaël Huser* and *Marc G. Genton*
- European Population Exposure to Airborne Pollutants Based on a Multivariate Spatio-Temporal Model pp. 492-511
*Alessandro Fassò*, *Francesco Finazzi* and *Ferdinand Ndongo*
- Point Pattern Analysis of Spatial Deformation and Blurring Effects on Exceedances pp. 512-530
*A. E. Madrid*, *J. M. Angulo* and *J. Mateu*
- Latent Process Modelling of Threshold Exceedances in Hourly Rainfall Series pp. 531-547
*Paola Bortot* and *Carlo Gaetan*
- A Varying Coefficients Model For Estimating Finite Population Totals: A Hierarchical Bayesian Approach pp. 548-568
*Ciro Velasco-Cruz*, *Luis Fernando Contreras-Cruz*, *Eric P. Smith* and *José E. Rodríguez*
- A Fused Lasso Approach to Nonstationary Spatial Covariance Estimation pp. 569-587
*Ryan J. Parker*, *Brian J. Reich* and *Jo Eidsvik*
- A Note on the Royle–Nichols Model for Repeated Detection–Nondetection Data pp. 588-598
*Linda M. Haines*
- Introduction to Ecological Sampling pp. 599-600
*David Hankin*
**2016, volume 21, issue 2**
- Nonresolvable Row–Column Designs with an Even Distribution of Treatment Replications pp. 227-242
*Hans-Peter Piepho*, *Emlyn R. Williams* and *Volker Michel*
- A Comparison of Super-Valid Restricted and Row–Column Randomization pp. 243-260
*Johannes Forkman*
- Estimability Analysis and Optimal Design in Dynamic Multi-scale Models of Cardiac Electrophysiology pp. 261-276
*Matthew S. Shotwell* and *Richard A. Gray*
- A Nonlinear Mixed-Effects Model for Multivariate Longitudinal Data with Dropout with Application to HIV Disease Dynamics pp. 277-294
*Artz G. Luwanda* and *Henry G. Mwambi*
- Randomly Truncated Nonlinear Mixed-Effects Models pp. 295-313
*Carolina Costa Mota Paraíba* and *Carlos Alberto Ribeiro Diniz*
- A Bayesian Superpopulation Approach to Inference for Finite Populations Based on Imperfect Diagnostic Outcomes pp. 314-327
*Geoffrey Jones* and *Wesley O. Johnson*
- The Micro-behavioral Framework for Estimating Total Damage of Global Warming on Natural Resource Enterprises with Full Adaptations pp. 328-347
*S. Niggol Seo*
- Categorising Count Data into Ordinal Responses with Application to Ecological Communities pp. 348-362
*D. Fernández* and *S. Pledger*
- Using Species Proportions to Quantify Turnover in Biodiversity pp. 363-381
*Yuan Yuan*, *Stephen T. Buckland*, *Phil J. Harrison*, *Sergey Foss* and *Alison Johnston*
- Measuring the Inspectorate: Point and Interval Estimates for Performance Indicators pp. 382-401
*Geoffrey Decrouez* and *Andrew Robinson*
**2016, volume 21, issue 1**
- Dynamic Models for Longitudinal Butterfly Data pp. 1-21
*Emily B. Dennis*, *Byron J. T. Morgan*, *Stephen N. Freeman*, *David B. Roy* and *Tom Brereton*
- Dynamic Models of Animal Movement with Spatial Point Process Interactions pp. 22-40
*James C. Russell*, *Ephraim M. Hanks* and *Murali Haran*
- Accounting for Lack of Independence and Partial Overlap of Observation Zones in Line-Transect Mark-Recapture Distance Sampling pp. 41-57
*D. I. MacKenzie* and *D. Clement*
- Model-Based Distance Sampling pp. 58-75
*S. T. Buckland*, *C. S. Oedekoven* and *D. L. Borchers*
- Hazard Function Models to Estimate Mortality Rates Affecting Fish Populations with Application to the Sea Mullet (Mugil cephalus) Fishery on the Queensland Coast (Australia) pp. 76-91
*Marco Kienzle*
- Modeling Clustered Survival Times of Loblolly Pine with Time-dependent Covariates and Shared Frailties pp. 92-110
*Ram Thapa*, *Harold E. Burkhart*, *Jie Li* and *Yili Hong*
- Joint Modeling of Climate Niches for Adult and Juvenile Trees pp. 111-130
*Souparno Ghosh*, *Kai Zhu*, *Alan E. Gelfand* and *James S. Clark*
- A Decision Support System for Vine Growers Based on a Bayesian Network pp. 131-151
*Philippe Abbal*, *Jean-Marie Sablayrolles*, *Éric Matzner-Lober*, *Jean-Michel Boursiquot*, *Cedric Baudrit* and *Alain Carbonneau*
- Assessing the Relative Importance of Nitrogen-Retention Processes in a Large Reservoir Using Time-Series Modeling pp. 152-169
*Elizabeth Hansen*, *Kung-Sik Chan*, *Christopher S. Jones* and *Keith Schilling*
- A Population-Size Model for Protein Spot Detection in Proteomic Studies pp. 170-180
*Chang Xuan Mao*, *Sining Chen* and *Yitong Yang*
- Estimation of a Finite Population Mean and Total Using Population Ranks of Sample Units pp. 181-202
*Omer Ozturk*
- Extended Burr XII Regression Models: Theory and Applications pp. 203-224
*Beatriz R. Lanjoni*, *Edwin M. M. Ortega* and *Gauss M. Cordeiro*
- Review of the Book Statistical Methods in Biology by S.J. Welham, S.A. Gezan, S.J. Clark and A. Mead pp. 225-226
*Juhee Lee*
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