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Anandamayee Majumdar

Anandamayee Majumdar

Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

ananda@math.la.asu.edu

480-965-3488

School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University
Physical Sciences Center
Tempe, AZ 85287-1804
USA

Titles

  • Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Biography

Ananda Majumdar is an Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, at Arizona State University whose research interests include Bayesian hierarchical modeling; Spatial and Spatio-temporal modeling.

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Journal Articles

2017

McHale, M. R., S. J. Hall, A. Majumdar and N. B. Grimm. 2017. Carbon lost and carbon gained: A study of vegetation and carbon tradeoffs among diverse land uses in Phoenix, AZ. Ecological Applications 27(2):644–661. DOI: 10.1002/eap.1472. (link )

2011

Majumdar, A., C. Gries and J. S. Walker. 2011. A non-stationary spatial generalized linear mixed model approach for studying plant diversity. Journal of Applied Statistics 38(9):1935-1950. DOI: 10.1080/02664763.2010.537650. (link )

2010

Majumdar, A. and C. Gries. 2010. Bivariate zero-inflated regression for count data: A Bayesian model with application to plant counts. International Journal of Biostatistics 6(1):Art. 27. DOI: 10.2202/1557-4679.1229. (link )

Majumdar, A., D. Paul and J. P. Kaye. 2010. Sensitivity analysis and model selection for a generalized convolution model for spatial processes. Bayesian Analysis 5(3):493-518. (link )

2008

Kaye, J. P., A. Majumdar, C. Gries, A. Buyantuyev, N. B. Grimm, D. Hope, W. Zhu, G. D. Jenerette and L. A. Baker. 2008. Hierarchical Bayesian scaling of soil properties across urban, agricultural and desert ecosystems. Ecological Applications 18(1):132-145. DOI: 10.1890/06-1952.1. (link )

Majumdar, A., J. P. Kaye, C. Gries, D. Hope and N. B. Grimm. 2008. Hierarchical spatial modeling and prediction of multiple soil nutrients and carbon concentrations. Communications in Statistics -- Simulation and Computation 37(2):434-453. (link )

Posters

2007

Majumdar, A., C. Gries, J. S. Walker and N. B. Grimm. 2007. A nonstationary spatial generalized linear mixed model approach for studying plant diversity. Poster presented at the January 10, 2007 CAP LTER Ninth Annual Poster Symposium, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.. (link )

2006

Bang, C., R. J. Bills, J. M. Briggs, M. A. Diiorio, L. Dugan, R. E. Erickson, S. R. Earl, S. H. Faeth, M. J. Feldner, C. Gries, N. B. Grimm, E. J. Holmes, D. Hope, J. P. Kaye, A. P. Kinzig, C. Kochert, A. Majumdar, C. L. Redman, E. Shock, Q. Stewart, J. C. Stutz, M. S. Tseng, J. S. Walker, S. Whitcomb and X. Zhuo. 2006. Survey 200: CAP LTER's approach to extensive field monitoring. Poster presented at the 20-23 September 2006 LTER All Scientist Meeting, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO. (link )

Majumdar, A., J. P. Kaye, C. Gries, D. Hope and N. B. Grimm. 2006. Does urbanization affect the total N, C and nutrient concentrations in the Soil?. Poster presented at the 19 January 2006 CAP LTER 8th Annual Poster Symposium, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link )

Presentations

2014

McHale, M. R., A. Majumdar and N. B. Grimm. 2014. Carbon Lost vs. carbon gained: A study of carbon tradeoffs among land uses in Phoenix, AZ, reveals the inadequacy of statistical spatial scaling techniques and the need for new methodologies for understanding carbon dynamics across cities. Presentation at the From Oceans to Mountains, 99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, 10-15 August 2014, Sacramento, California. (link )

2008

Majumdar, A. 2008. Multivariate zero-inflated regression: An EM approach with application to plant counts. Presentation at the January 2008 Bayesian Biostatistics Conference at UT M.D. Anderson,Houston, TX.

2005

Kaye, J. P., A. Majumdar, C. Gries, D. Hope, W. Zhu, N. B. Grimm, D. Jenerette and L. A. Baker. 2005. The spatial distribution of soil carbon and nitrogen in a regional matrix of urban, agricultural, and desert ecosystems. Presented at the 7-12 August 2005 90th meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Montreal, Canada.