Christopher Comer, Dean
Office: Math 208
Fall 2017: Tu 2-3, W 4-5, F 11-12 & 3-4
Fall 2017: Stat 451 (Stat Methods I) - 2 sec.
Spring 2017: Stat 452 (Stat Methods II); Stat 341 (Prob & Stat)
B.A., Carleton College, 1974
Ph.D., University of Iowa, 1985
Applied statistics, classification
Field of Study
Neher, C., J. Duffield, and D. Patterson (to appear, 2017). Budgeting for the Future: The Long-Term Impacts of Short-Term Thinking in Alabama K-12 Education Funding. The Journal of Education Finance, 42, No. 4.
Hutto, R.L. and Patterson, D.A. (2016). Positive effects of fire on birds may appear only under narrow combinations of fire severity and time-since-fire. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 25, 1074-1085.
Patterson, D. (2016). A Three-Population Constrained Discrimination Procedure. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 45(16), 4771-4787.
Duffield, J., C. Neher and D. Patterson (2014). Oil Spill in Northern Waters: Trial Outcomes and the Long-term in the Case of the Exxon-Valdez. Arctic Review on Law and Politics, 5(1), 38-74.
Neher, C., J. Duffield and D. Patterson (2013). Valuation of National Park System Visitation: The Efficient Use of Count Data Models, Meta-Analysis, and Secondary Visitor Data. Environmental Management, 52(3), 683-698.
Duffield, J., C. Neher and D. Patterson (2013). Modeling the Influence of Water Levels on Recreational Use at Lakes Mead and Powell. Lake and Reservoir Management, 29(4), 233-246.
Duffield, J., C. Neher, D. Patterson, and A. Deskins (2013). Effects of wildfire on national park visitation and the regional economy: a natural experiment in the Northern Rockies. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 22(8), 1155-1166.
Duffield, J., C. Neher, D. Patterson, and J. Loomis (2013). Valuation of Recreation in the National Parks: Estimating Micro Meta Models for Benefit Transfer. Western Economics Forum, 12(1), 16-30.
Duffield J., C. Neher, S. Allen, D. Patterson, and B. Gentner (2012). Modeling the Behavior of Marlin Anglers in the Western Pacific. Marine Resource Economics, 27(4), 343-358.