Global to local analysis of systems sustainability to meet the Sustainability Development Goals on a changing planet with limited land and water resources.
Useful to Usable (U2U)
Transforming Climate Variability and Change Information for Cereal Crop Producers, is an integrated research and extension project working to improve farm resilience and profitability in the North Central Region by transforming existing climate information into usable knowledge for the agricultural community.
GABBs – Geospatial Building Blocks
An NSF Data Infrastructure Building Blocks project to integrate geospatial capabilities in HUBzero and make it easy for non-GIS experts to share geospatial data, create and deploy interactive applications on the web.
Water HUB is an open platform for connecting hydrologists through sharing of hydrologic information, data, models and simulation tools, connecting researchers and students to high-performance computation and data resources, and connecting science and people through shared knowledge and decision making tools and information.
driNET is a research environment for collecting and disseminating local to regional scale drought information from several sources including the drought monitor, precipitation, soil moisture and more. The site also provides access to models such as the HMM (probabilistic method) Analysis tool and the Drought Impact Viewer.
This hub supports the geospatial modeling, data analysis and visualization needs of the broad research and education communities through hosting of groups, datasets, tools, training materials, and educational contents. Sign up for a free account and start accessing the resources here. Please contact us if you are interested in hosting your group on mygeohub.org.
Ya-Wen Chu, a Purdue University sophomore majoring in computer science and mathematics,...
The GLASS project has posted a position in the Purdue Discovery Park Undergraduate Research...
Purdue University's Jonathan Buzan, a PhD student in the Department of Earth,...
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