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On the Use of the Beta Distribution in Probabilistic Resource AssessmentsOLEA, Ricardo A.Natural resources research (New York, N.Y.). 2011, Vol 20, Num 4, pp 377-388, issn 1520-7439, 12 p.Article

Extreme value statistics (Theory and applications)STAMBOLTZIS, G; GIOURELIS, S.1993, Num 86-87, pp 41-64, issn 0253-9462Article

On the ratios for extreme value distributions with application to rainfall modelingNADARAJAH, Saralees; EL-SHAARAWI, Abdel H.EnvironMetrics (London, Ont.). 2006, Vol 17, Num 2, pp 147-156, issn 1180-4009, 10 p.Article

The influence of seasonality on estimating return values of significant wave heightMENENDEZ, Melisa; MENDEZ, Fernando J; IZAGUIRRE, Cristina et al.Coastal engineering. 2009, Vol 56, Num 3, pp 211-219, issn 0378-3839, 9 p.Article

A comparison of two bivariate extreme value distributionsYUE, S; WANG, C. Y.Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment (Print). 2004, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 61-66, issn 1436-3240, 6 p.Article

Consumer preferences for automobile energy-efficiency gradesKOO, Yoonmo; CHANG SEOB KIM; HONG, Junhee et al.Energy economics. 2012, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 446-451, issn 0140-9883, 6 p.Article

Updated analyses of temperature and precipitation extreme indices since the beginning of the twentieth century: The HadEX2 datasetDONAT, M. G; ALEXANDER, L. V; HEWITSON, B et al.Journal of geophysical research. Atmospheres (Print). 2013, Vol 118, Num 5, pp 2098-2118, issn 2169-897X, 21 p.Article

Estimating the 'value at risk' of EUA futures prices based on the extreme value theory : CARBON MARKETS: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVEMI, Zhi-Fu; ZHANG, Yue-Jun.International journal of global energy issues. 2011, Vol 35, Num 2-4, pp 145-157, issn 0954-7118, 13 p.Article

Household electricity and gas consumption for heating homesJEONG, Jaehoon; CHANG SEOB KIM; LEE, Jongsu et al.Energy policy. 2011, Vol 39, Num 5, pp 2679-2687, issn 0301-4215, 9 p.Article

Extrapolation of load histories and spectraJOHANNESSON, P.Fatigue & fracture of engineering materials & structures (Print). 2006, Vol 29, Num 3, pp 201-207, issn 8756-758X, 7 p.Article

Extremal Dependence Indices: Improved Verification Measures for Deterministic Forecasts of Rare Binary EventsFERRO, Christopher A. T; STEPHENSON, David B.Weather and forecasting. 2011, Vol 26, Num 5, pp 699-713, issn 0882-8156, 15 p.Article

Comment on: Extreme environments in the forests of Ushuaia, Argentina by Hector D'Antoni et alFLINT, Stephan D; BALLARD, Carlos L; CALDWELL, Martyn M et al.Geophysical research letters. 2008, Vol 35, Num 13, issn 0094-8276, L13710.1-L13710.3Article

The Carnot Cycle and Area-Specific Work Equivalence on a Skew T-logp DiagramDECARIA, Alex.Monthly weather review. 2008, Vol 136, Num 10, pp 4010-4012, issn 0027-0644, 3 p.Article

Monte Carlo experiments on the detection of trends in extreme valuesXUEBIN ZHANG; ZWIERS, Francis W; GUILONG LI et al.Journal of climate. 2004, Vol 17, Num 10, pp 1945-1952, issn 0894-8755, 8 p.Article

Analysis of extreme flood events for the Pachang River, TaiwanNADARAJAH, S; SHIAU, J. T.Water resources management. 2005, Vol 19, Num 4, pp 363-374, issn 0920-4741, 12 p.Article

GEVcdn: An R package for nonstationary extreme value analysis by generalized extreme value conditional density estimation networkCANNON, Alex J.Computers & geosciences. 2011, Vol 37, Num 9, pp 1532-1533, issn 0098-3004, 2 p.Article

Application of bivariate extreme value distribution to flood frequency analysis: a case study of Northwestern MexicoESCALANTE-SANDOVAL, Carlos.Natural hazards (Dordrecht). 2007, Vol 42, Num 1, pp 37-46, issn 0921-030X, 10 p.Article

Return period of bivariate distributed extreme hydrological eventsSHIAU, J. T.Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment (Print). 2003, Vol 17, Num 1-2, pp 42-57, issn 1436-3240, 16 p.Article

Markov chain models for extreme wind speedsFAWCETT, Lee; WALSHAW, David.EnvironMetrics (London, Ont.). 2006, Vol 17, Num 8, pp 795-809, issn 1180-4009, 15 p.Article

Analysis of extreme ground snow loads for Canada using snow depth recordsHONG, H. P; YE, W.Natural hazards (Dordrecht). 2014, Vol 73, Num 2, pp 355-371, issn 0921-030X, 17 p.Article

Statistical analysis on extreme wave heightTEENA, N. V; SANIL KUMAR, V; SUDHEESH, K et al.Natural hazards (Dordrecht). 2012, Vol 64, Num 1, pp 223-236, issn 0921-030X, 14 p.Article

A statistical method linking geological and historical eruption time series for volcanic hazard estimations : Applications to active polygenetic volcanoesMENDOZA-ROSAS, Ana Teresa; DE LA CRUZ-REYNA, Servando.Journal of volcanology and geothermal research. 2008, Vol 176, Num 2, pp 277-290, issn 0377-0273, 14 p.Article

Ozone concentrations : A robust analysis of multivariate extremesDUPUIS, Debbie J.Technometrics. 2005, Vol 47, Num 2, pp 191-201, issn 0040-1706, 11 p.Article

A note on the statistics of the largest geomagnetic storms per solar cycleSOLOW, A. R; BEET, A. R.Journal of atmospheric and solar-terrestrial physics. 2004, Vol 66, Num 18, pp 1731-1732, issn 1364-6826, 2 p.Article

Coverage probability of bootstrap confidence intervals in heavy-tailed frequency models, with application to precipitation dataKYSELY, Jan.Theoretical and applied climatology. 2010, Vol 101, Num 3-4, pp 345-361, issn 0177-798X, 17 p.Article

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