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William Huber


    • Roles: Project Participant, Project Guest


  • Higher Ed: Mathematics 



Statistics, geostatistics, mathematics, computing science, geographic information science, environmental science, risk assessment 


Huber, William A, 2010. Ignorance is Not Probability. Risk Analysis 30 (to appear). doi: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2010.01361.x

Huber, William A., 2010. Comment on Why Risk is Not Variance: An Expository Note. Risk Analysis 30 (to appear).

Guagliardo, Mark F., William A. Huber, Deborah M. Quint, and Stephen J. Teach, 2007. Does Spatial Accessibility of Pharmacy Services Predict Compliance with Long Term Control Medications? Journal of Asthma, 44:10, 881-883. doi: 10.1080/02770900701752680

Cox, LA and WA Huber, 2007. Symmetry, Identifiability, and Prediction Uncertainties in Multistage Clonal Expansion (MSCE) Models of Carcinogenesis. Risk Analysis 2007 Dec(6): 1441-53. doi: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2007.00980.x

Sinton, Diana and William A. Huber, 2007. Mapping Polka and Its Ethnic Heritage in the United States. Journal of Geography 106 41-47. doi: 10.1080/00221340701487913

Cox, LT, D Babayev, and WA Huber, Limitations of Qualitative Risk Assessment. Risk Analysis 25 #3.

Estimating Markov Transitions. Journal of Environmental Management.

Huber, WA. and W. A. S. Nijenuis. Predictive Modeling of Ammonia Deposition from Large Numbers of Agricultural Sources. 4th International Conference on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling (GIS/EM4)

Harkness et al. Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Aliphatics at the Naval Air Engineering Station, Lakehurst, NJ. In Natural Attenuation/Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Wickramanayake & Hinchee, Eds.

Huber, WA. Discussion: Detection of Low-level Environmental Pollutants. Environmental and Ecological Statistics.

Huber, WA., and DW Watt. Probabilistic Data Analysis and Soil Vacuum Extraction Used for Identifying the Location of DNAPLs.

Discussion: Resampling from Stochastic Simulations for Assessing Uncertainty in Global Estimation. Journal of Environmental Statistics.