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Martin P. Tingley
Contact
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Pennsylvania State University
Departments of Meteorology and Statistics
510 Walker Building
University Park, PA 16802 USA
Research
Interests
Reconstruction of Holocene paleoclimate, calibration of sedimentary sea surface temperature and
salinity proxies, analysis of the instrumental temperature record, applications of hierarchical and
Bayesian models to climate data, models for describing and understanding climate extremes, projections and impacts of climate extremes, spatial and space–time modeling of climate data.
Appointments
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
Departments of Meteorology and Statistics
Assistant Professor
tel: 814.865.0479
email: [email protected]
web: www.martintingley.com
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Research Associate
August 2013 -
September 2011 - July 2013
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, USA
Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences
Postdoctoral Fellow
September 2010 - August 2011
Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Durham, NC, USA
Postdoctoral Fellow
September 2009 - August 2010
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Visiting Scholar
Postdoctoral Fellow
Education
September 2009 - August 2011
May 2009 - July 2009
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Ph.D., Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 2009
• Dissertation Title: “A Bayesian approach to reconstructing space-time climate fields from
proxy and instrumental time series, applied to 600 years of Northern Hemisphere surface
temperature data.”
• Advisor: Peter Huybers
M.A., Statistics, May 2006
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Honours B.Sc. with High Distinction, 2003
• Major: Physics
• Minors: Mathematics, Political Science
Honors and
Awards
Oral presentation prize at the PAGES First Young Scientists Meeting, Corvallis, USA (2009)
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2004–2007)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Graduate Fellowship (2003; declined)
James Loudon Gold Medal in Physics, awarded to U. Toronto’s top graduating physics student
(2003).
Other U. Toronto distinctions: Dean’s List (4 years); University of Toronto Scholar (2002); Photonics
Scholarship (2001-2003); Doctor James A. and Connie P. Dickson Scholarship in the Sciences and
Mathematics (2000-2003); Howard Ferguson Scholarship, (1999-2003).
Teaching
Pennsylvania State University
Meteorology 597A: Practical statistics for the Geosciences
Energy Business and Finance 472: Quantitative Analysis in Earth Sciences
Statistics 463: Applied Time Series Analysis
Spring 2014
Spring 2015
Spring 2015
Teaching Assistant, Harvard University
Freshman Seminar 22l: Climate Change
Statistics 104
Earth and Planetary Sciences 132
Applied Math 105a
Spring
Fall 2007, Spring 2006, Fall
Fall
Fall
2008
2005
2006
2004
Curriculum
Development
New courses developed at Pennsylvania State University
Meteorology 597A: Practical statistics for the Geosciences
Publications
Barboza, Luis, Bo Li, Martin P. Tingley and Frederi Viens. Reconstructing past temperatures
from natural proxies and estimated climate forcings using short- and long-memory models. Annals
of Applied Statistics. 8(4): 1966-2001, 2014.
Tingley, Martin P., Alexander R. Stine, and Peter Huybers. Temperature reconstructions from
tree-ring densities overestimate volcanic cooling. Geophysical Research Letters. 41(22): 7838-7845,
2014
Tingley, Martin P. and Ben Shaby. Comments on “Comparing and Selecting Spatial Predictors
Using Local Criteria.” TEST. 10.1007/s11749-014-0413-3, 2014.
Huybers, Peter, Andrew Rhines, Karen A. McKinnon and Martin P. Tingley. U.S. daily temperatures: the meaning of extremes in the context of non-normality. Journal of Climate. 27: 7368-7384,
2014.
Tolwinski-Ward, S.E., Martin P. Tingley, Michael N. Evans, Malcolm Hughes, and Douglas Nychka. Probabilistic reconstructions of local temperature and soil moisture from tree-ring data with
potentially time-varying climatic response. Climate Dynamics, 10.1007/s00382-014-2139-z, 2014.
Tierney, Jessica E. and Martin P. Tingley∗ . A spatially varying Bayesian calibration of the TEX86
paleothermometer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 1127:83–106, 2014.
∗
Authors listed alphabetically and as equal contributors.
Tingley, Martin P. and Peter Huybers. Arctic temperature extremes over the last 600 years.
Nature, 496:201-205, 2013.
Hanhij¨
arvi, Sami, Martin P. Tingley and Atte Korhola. Pairwise Comparisons to Reconstruct
Mean Temperature in the Arctic Atlantic Region Over the Last 2000 Years. Climate Dynamics
10.1007/s00382-013-1701-4, 2013
Mannshardt, Elizabeth, Peter F. Craigmile, and Martin P. Tingley. Statistical modeling of
extreme value behavior in North American tree-ring density series. Climatic Change 117:843-858,
2013.
Tingley, Martin P. and Bo Li. Comments on “Reconstructing the NH mean temperature: Can
underestimation of trends and variability be avoided?” by Bo Christiansen. Journal of Climate 25:
3441-3446, 2012.
Tingley, Martin P., Peter F. Craigmile, Murali Haran, Bo Li, Elizabeth Mannshardt, and Bala
Rajaratnam. Piecing together the past: Statistical insights into paleoclimatic reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews 35:1-22, 2012. An earlier version is available as Technical Report No.
2010-09, Department of Statistics, Stanford University.
Tingley, Martin P. A Bayesian ANOVA scheme for calculating climate anomalies, with applications to the instrumental temperature record. Journal of Climate 25:777-791, 2012.
Tingley, Martin P. Spurious predictions with random time series: The Lasso in the context of
paleoclimatic reconstructions. An invited discussion of “A Statistical Analysis of Multiple Temperature Proxies: Are Reconstructions of Surface Temperatures over the Last 1000 Years Reliable?” by
Blakeley B. McShane and Abraham J. Wyner. Annals of Applied Statistics, 5(1): 83-87, 2011.
Cressie, Noel and Martin P. Tingley. Comment on “The Value of Multi-proxy Reconstruction
of Past Climate” by Bo Li, Douglas W. Nychka, and Caspar Ammann. Journal of the American
Statistical Association 105(491): 895-900, 2010.
Tingley, Martin P. and Peter Huybers. A Bayesian Algorithm for Reconstructing Climate Anomalies in Space and Time. Part 1: Development and applications to paleoclimate reconstruction problems. Journal of Climate 23:2759-2781, 2010.
Tingley, Martin P. and Peter Huybers. A Bayesian Algorithm for Reconstructing Climate Anomalies in Space and Time. Part 2: Comparison with the Regularized Expectation-Maximization Algorithm. Journal of Climate 23:2782-2800, 2010.
Wunch, Debra, Martin P. Tingley, Theodore G. Shepherd, James R. Drummond, G.W.K. Moore,
and Kimberly Strong. Climatology and Predictability of the Late Summer Stratospheric Zonal Wind
Turnaround over Vanscoy, Saskatchewan. Atmospheres and Oceans. 43 (4):301-313, 2005.
Seminars and
Colloquia
• 2014: Stochastic Modeling and Computing Seminar Series, Department of Statistics, Penn State;
Department of Earth Sciences, USC; Departments of Statistics and Earth System Science, UCIrvine. Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Rutgers; Climate Change Research Center,
University of New South Wales.
• 2013: Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, McGill University; Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University; Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences,
University of Michigan; Earth System Science Center, Pennsylvania State University; Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado at Boulder; Earth Systems Science Center,
Pennsylvania State University.
• 2012: School of Mathematical Sciences, Monash University; School of Mathematics and Physics,
The University of Queensland; Department of Earth Systems Science, University of California –
Irvine; Department of Geology & Geophysics, Yale University.
• 2011: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
• 2010: Program in atmospheres, oceans, and climate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics / Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,
University of Colorado – Boulder; Division of Ocean and Climate Physics, Lamont-Doherty Earth
Observatory.
• 2009: Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Department of Geological Sciences, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill; Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University; Program in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Climate,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
• 2008: Climatea Seminar, Harvard University.
Conference and
Workshop
Reports
PAGES 2k Consortium, including Martin P. Tingley as a primary author. PAGES 2k - A framework for community-driven climate reconstructions during the past two millennia. Eos, in press.
Tingley, Martin P., Eugene Wahl, and Edward Cook. A New Framework for Inferring Earths
Past Climate. Eos, 92(36), 2011.
Cook, Edward, Martin.P. Tingley, Eugene Wahl and Eduardo Zorita. Bayesian hierarchical
models for climate field reconstruction. PAGES News, 19(2), 2011
Conference and
Workshop
Presentations
• 2014: PAGES 2k: Advances in Climate Field Reconstructions (WHOI); 4th International Workshop on Climate Informatics (NCAR).
• 2013: AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco (invited and contributed); PAGES Arctic 2k workshop,
San Francisco (invited); Third International Workshop on Climate Informatics, NCAR; 12th
International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, Jeju, South Korea (invited); Geological data
fusion: Tackling the statistical challenges of interpreting past environmental change, DIMACS
Center, Rutgers University (invited).
• 2012: AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco; Frontiers in the Detection and Attribution of Climate
Change, Banff International Research Station, Banff, Canada; 8th Purdue Symposium on Statistics, West Lafayette.
• 2011: AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco; EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (invited and
contributed talks).
• 2010: AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco; Workshop on Environmetrics. National Center for
Atmospheric Research, Boulder (invited); Transition workshop for the 2009-2010 program on
Space-Time Analysis for Environmental Mapping, Epidemiology and Climate Change, Statistical
and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Durham, North Carolina (invited); Joint Statistical
Meetings, Vancouver, Canada; 11th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology. Edinburgh,
Scotland.
• 2009: AGU Fall Meeting. San Francisco; PAGES 1st Young Scientists Meeting and 3rd Open
Science Meeting. Corvallis, USA.
• 2008: AGU Fall Meeting. San Francisco; All-Hands Meeting: Bayesian Hierarchical Models for
High-Resolution Climate Reconstructions, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder.
• 2007&2006: AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.
Other lectures/ Set of two tutorials on Bayesian Data Analysis, Climate Change Research Center, University of
short courses
New South Wales, during a visit funded by a Faculty of Science Visiting Research Fellowship (Host:
Steven Phipps).
Guest lecturer for EMSC 100S “Climate Change and Potential Societal Impacts (First Year Seminar),” College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, 29 October 2013.
Guest lecturer for Statistics 693, “Paleoclimate Data and Models,” led by Noel Cressie. Department
of Statistics, The Ohio State University, 11 January 2012 and 29 February 2012.
Series of four lectures at a workshop on Bayesian Hierarchical Models (BHMs) for Climate Field
Reconstruction (CFR) and Comparison to Existing CFR Methods, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, 8-11 February, 2011.
Other Workshops • 2014: PalEON Paleoclimate meeting, Boston, 8 March. PAGES Workshop: Methods for Climate
and Summer
Reconstructions, WHOI, 15-16 April.
Schools Attended • 2013: PalEON Fall Meeting, Berekely, 7 Dec.
• 2011: PalEON kickoff meeting, Harvard Forest, 11-12 May.
• 2008: International Graduate Institute’s Summer School on Statistics and Climate, NCAR, 9-13
August.
• 2007: Application of Statistics to Numerical Models: New Methods and Case Studies, NCAR,
21-23 May.
• 2006: Stochastic and Statistical Parameterization of Unresolved Features in the Atmosphere and
Upper Ocean. NCAR 27 February - 3 March.
Supervision
Outside dissertation reviewer for S.E. Tolwinski-Ward, doctoral candidate in the Program in Applied
Mathematics, University of Arizona, 2012.
Service
Organization and Leadership:
• 2014: Program committee chair, Fourth International Workshop on Climate Informatics, September 25 - 26, NCAR. Session co-convener, “Quantifying Changes in Temperature Distributions,”
AGU Fall Meeting, 15-19 December.
• 2012: Program committee member, Second International Workshop on Climate Informatics,
September 20 - 21, NCAR.
• 2011: Lead organizer of a workshop on Bayesian Hierarchical Models for High Resolution Paleoclimate Reconstructions, March 24-25, NCAR.
• 2009–2010: Co-leader, with Bala Rajaratnam, of the Paleoclimate working group, part of SAMSI’s
2009-10 Program on Space-time Analysis for Environmental Mapping, Epidemiology and Climate
Change.
• 2007–2008: Co-organizer of the ClimaTea seminar series at Harvard University.
Journal reviewer:
• 2015: Annals of Applied Statistics.
• 2014: Nature Communications, Paleoceanography, Annals of Applied Statistics, Nature, Eos,
Environmental Research Letters, Journal of Climate.
• 2013: Eos, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Journal of Climate, Annals of Applied
Statistics.
• 2012: Journal of the American Statistical Association, Journal of Climate, Nature Geoscience,
Climate Dynamics.
• 2011: Journal of the American Statistical Association, Journal of Climate, Journal of Statistical
Software.
• 2010: Climate Dynamics, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Geophysical Research
Letters, Climate of the Past, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Journal of Climate.
Grant proposal reviewer:
• 2015: NSF P2C2.
• 2014: NSF P2C2.
• 2013: Technical University of Munich.
• 2010: NSF Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics program.
Consulting:
• 2011: One day workshop on Bayesian data analysis, given to members of ExxonMobil’s Upstream
Research Company.
11th January, 2015

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