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Global to local analysis of systems sustainability.
Open platform for connecting hydrologists.
Integrating geospatial capabilities in HUBzero
Improving the quality of quantitative analysis of global economic issues within an economy-wide framework
Transforming Climate Variability and Change Information.
Research environment for collecting and disseminating drought information.
Create a new generation of scientists capable of managing data-rich and computationally intensive tasks.
MultiSpec is an easy to learn and use, image processing tool for interactively analyzing a broad spectrum of geospatial image data
Build a community to improve and extend a SIMPLE-based modeling and data synthesis framework to conduct multi-factorial assessment of tradeoffs needed to achieve sustainability within US and China settings
Develop innovative handheld plant phenotyping sensors and a scalable geospatial streaming data infrastructure for data management, analysis, and decision making
Utilize modeling techniques to develop urban scale city models for the prediction of urban environment and to inform city design choice
Develop and establish a "Process to PIOT (P2P)" approach that integrates process engineering based models with an Input-Output framework for generating PIOTs (Physical Input-Output Tables ) for a regional economy
The CyberTraining for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) Science project...
The NSF-funded Accelnet project, GLASSNET, held their kickoff event, “GLASSNET...
The GLASSNET team is awarded an NSF AccelNet grant to develop the global network for sustainability researchA Purdue team led by Professor Thomas Hertel has been awarded a new $2 million dollar grant to...
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