D. Yarger, B. Wagman, L. Shand and K. Chowdhary (2023). Autocalibration of the E3SM version 2 atmosphere model using a PCA-based surrogate for spatial fields. Under Review.

K. M. Larson, L. Shand, A. Staid, S. Gray, E. L. Roesler and D. Lyons (2022). “An Optical Flow Approach to Tracking Ship Track Behavior Using GOES-R Satellite Imagery,” in IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, vol. 15, pp. 6272-6282, 2022, doi: 10.1109/JSTARS.2022.3193024.

Patel, L. and L. Shand (2022). Toward data assimilation of ship-induced aerosol–cloud interactions. Environmental Data Science, 1, E31. doi:10.1017/eds.2022.21

J.D. Tucker, L. Shand, and K. Chowdhary (2021). Multimodal Bayesian Registration of Noisy Functions using Hamiltonian Monte Carlo. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. DOI: 10.1016/j.csda.2021.107298

L. Patel, L. Shand, J.D. Tucker, and G. Huerta (2020). Assessing extreme value analysis to predict rare events from the global terrorism database. In JSM Proceedings, Section on Statistics in Defense and National Security. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association

Harris, T., Tucker J.D., B. Li, and L. Shand (2020). Elastic depths for detecting shape anomalies in functional data. Technometrics. doi: 10.1080/00401706.2020.1811156

Tucker, J. D., **L. Shand**, J. R. Lewis (2018). Handling Missing Data in self-exciting point process models. *Spatial Statistics*. 29.160-176.

Guo S., M. A. Cooper., and **L. Shand** (2018). A statistical representation of pyrotechnic research igniter output. *AIP Conference Proceedings*. 1979 (1). doi: 10.1063/1.5044973

**Shand, L.** and B. Li (2018). Spatially Varying Autoregressive Models for Prediction of New HIV Diagnoses. *Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C*.

**Shand, L.** and B. Li (2017). Modeling Nonstationarity in Space and Time. *Biometrics*.

**Shand, L.**, W. M. Brown, L. F. Chaves, T. L. Goldberg, G. L. Hamer, L. Haramis, U. Kitron, E. D. Walker, and M.O. Ruiz (2016). Predicting West Nile Virus Infection Risk From the Synergistic Effects of Rainfall and Temperature. *Journal of Medical Entomology*. 1-10. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjw042.