Regression Models to Explain Naturally Occurring Methane

Seth Pelepko from the PA DEP discusses using a statistical model to explain the variability of methane levels occurring in groundwater.
Regression Models to Explain Naturally Occurring Methane - Webinars
Skill Level: Beginner
Length: 1 hour
Language: English

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Recorded: May 29, 2013 12:00 PM

His presentation includes discussion of extensive methane data collected from water wells across Pennsylvania.

Time Log

  • 01:00 - Introduction
  • 07:05 - Understanding Multiple Regression Models
  • 11:24 - Discussion of Significant Variables in the Study
  • 22:26 - Groundwater Residence Time
  • 30:12 - Model Variation and Explanation
  • 37:17 - Conclusions
  • 44:22 - Question/Answer Session Begins
  • 51:41 - Webinar Ends


Water wells, springs and cisterns Pond management Watershed management Water conservation Shale gas drilling and water Acid deposition

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