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Danielle Grogan is a Research Assistant Professor in the Earth Systems Research Center at the University of New Hampshire. Her work focuses on the role of water resources in global food security, and the complex systems dynamics that develop within agricultural water networks. Dr. Grogan also studies the role of winter and cold region climate change in shifting hydrologic regimes, and the intersection of climate and policy in water resource management. Hydrologic modeling and the development of interdisciplinary model systems forms the basis of Dr. Grogan’s research methods. She is a Co-PI for GLASSNET and a member of the Leadership Team.Check out all researchers...
This study integrates models developed by the Natural Capital Project (InVEST) and GTAP (GTAP-AEZ) networks in order to assess the global economic benefits of conservation. The authors include Justin Andrew Johnson, Giovanni Ruta, Uris Baldos, Raffaello Cervigni, Shun Chonabayashi, Erwin Corong, Olga Gavryliuk, James Gerber, Thomas Hertel, Christopher Nootenboom, and Stephen Polasky, many of whom are members of GLASSNET.Check out all publications
Featured Data and Tools
The Global Gridded Crop Model Intercomparison network is a member of GLASSNET. This tool, freely available on the GeoHub, allows users to evaluate their own model simulation results against different reference data sets at global, national and grid cell level for the four major crops maize, wheat, rice and soybean as well as against an ensemble of 14 global gridded crop models.Check out all modeling tools and data