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Presentation by Yian Ma (UC San Diego) Title: Briding MCMC and OptimizationAbstract: In this talk, I will discuss three ingredients of optimization theory in the context of MCMC: Nonconvexity, …


Talk by Sam Hopkins (UC Berkeley) Title: From Proofs to Algorithms for HighDimensional Statistics Abstract: I will discuss a novel technique, "Proofs to Algorithms," for designing and…






EME165 Lecture 20180905 at 12:10


This 53minute presentation offers a case study in which a simple, naive idea led to fundamentally new advancements in science, aided by innovations in field methods.


This 62minute presentation introduces the hydrological and geomorphological concepts guiding elementary river restoration practices in the late 20th and early 21st century.


This 58minute presentation describes how to measure cumulative infiltration and infiltration rate through time.


This 44minute presentation introduces concepts associated with measuring soil water content and matric potential.


This 62minute presentation lays out the basic concepts and measurement approaches for water and energy fluxes associated with evaporation, transpiration, and evapotranspiration.


This 14minute presentation introduces the concept of hydraulic head in wells and explains how to measure it. Errata: slides should say, "Chapter 17B" and "p. 17#"


This 38minute presentation offers the fundamentals of using sensors to measure basic water quality parameters and constituent concentrations as well as how to sample water for later laboratory…


This 29minute presentation presents numerous methods for measuring erosion and deposition in flux units of length, volume, and mass per time.


This 34minute presentation explains some of the basic properties of sediment as well as how and where to collect sediment samples from terrestrial and aquatic surfaces.


This 51minute presentation introduces the essential conditions one needs to take note of when characterizing and assessing a stream.
