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## Articles/Presentations

### Articles

- White, P., Emmert, K., and Crawford, J. (2017). A Bifurcation Problem in Two Pond Amphibian Population Modeling.
*Proceedings for the 29th Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics*. - Venkataraman, K., Crawford, J., and Emmert, K. (2015). Modeling the Impact of CAFOs on Nitrate Contamination in the Middle Trinity Aquifer of Central Texas.
*Proceedings of the 2015 Environmental and Water Resources Institute*. - Andersson, S. A., Crawford, J. B. (2014). A Likelihood Ratio Test for Equality of Natural Parameters for Generalized Riesz Distributions.
*Sankhya, The Indian Journal of Statistics, 77A(1), 186-210*. - Andersson, S. A., Crawford, J. B. (2010). General Canonical Correlations with Applications to Group Symmetry Models.
*Journal of Multivariate Analysis*, 101(7), 1547-1558.

### Presentations

- Modeling the Impact of CAFOs on Nitrate Contamination of Water Wells, Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting, Stephen F. Austin State University, April 2016.
- A Brief Introduction to Game Theory, TSU Math Club, November 2014.
- Testing Equality of Natural Parameters for Generalized Riesz Distributions Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting, Texas A&M International University, April 2014.
- The Impact of Innovative Student Success Strategies in Freshman Mathematics Courses, Faculty and Staff Lunch Lounge, Tarleton State University, March 2014.
- An Analysis of Admissions Standards Based on High School Rank and SAT Scores, Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting, Texas Tech University, April 2013.
- A Brief Introduction to Game Theory, TSU Math Club, April 2011.
- Group Actions in Statistics, Mathematical Association of America Texas Section meeting, University of Texas at Tyler, April 2011. Essentially the canonical correlations talk given at COTS but retooled for a more mathematical audience.
- Overview of Mathematical Statistics, TSU Math Club, April 2009.
- Canonical Correlations for Group Symmetry Models, Conference of Texas Statisticians, March 2009.