Miranda J. Fix
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A comparison of US precipitation extremes under RCP8.5 and RCP4.5 with an application of pattern scaling
MJ Fix, D Cooley, SR Sain, C Tebaldi
Climatic Change, 1-13, 2016
252016
The benefits of reduced anthropogenic climate changE (BRACE): a synthesis
BC O’Neill, JM Done, A Gettelman, P Lawrence, F Lehner, JF Lamarque, ...
Climatic Change 146 (3-4), 287-301, 2018
222018
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
122018
A Voronoi tessellation based approach to generate hypothetical forest landscapes
G Passolt, MJ Fix, SF Tóth
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43 (1), 78-89, 2012
92012
Simultaneous autoregressive models for spatial extremes
MJ Fix, DS Cooley, E Thibaud
Environmetrics 32 (2), e2656, 2021
42021
Improved return level estimation via a weighted likelihood, latent spatial extremes model
J Hewitt, MJ Fix, JA Hoeting, DS Cooley
Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 24 (3), 426-443, 2019
42019
Estimating the Stillbirth Rate for 195 Countries Using A Bayesian Sparse Regression Model with Temporal Smoothing
Z Wang, MJ Fix, L Hug, A Mishra, D You, H Blencowe, J Wakefield, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.03551, 2020
22020
Global, regional, and national estimates and trends in stillbirths from 2000 to 2019: a systematic assessment
L Hug, D You, H Blencowe, A Mishra, Z Wang, MJ Fix, J Wakefield, ...
The Lancet 398 (10302), 772-785, 2021
12021
Understory Light Availability and Spatial Variation
M Fix
University of Washington, 2013
12013
Advances in Statistical Analysis and Modeling of Extreme Values Motivated by Atmospheric Models and Data Products
MJ Fix
Colorado State University, 2018
2018
Package ‘rlandscape’
G Passolt, MJ Fix, SF Toth
2012
Cover Times of Random Walks on Finite Graphs
MH Duyzend, RL Ferrell, MJ Fix
2008
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