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  1. AgMIP GEOSHARE Tool with iData Integration Demo

    08 Dec 2021 | Tools | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    Aggregate yield shocks provided by the AgMIP's Global Gridded Crop Modeling Initiative (Ag-GRID) from their original 30x30 min resolution to any user specified level

  2. Climate change mitigation policies and poverty in developing countries

    08 Dec 2021 | Publications | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    Mitigation of the potential impacts of climate change is one of the leading policy concerns of the 21st century. However, there continues to be heated debate about the nature, the content and, most importantly, the impact of the policy actions needed to limit greenhouse gas emissions. One...

  3. AgMIP Tool: A GEOSHARE tool for aggregating outputs from the AgMIP's Global Gridded Crop Modeling Initiative (Ag-GRID)

    08 Dec 2021 | Tools | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    Aggregate the yield shocks provided by the AgMIP project from their original 30x30 min resolution to any user specified level.

  4. National Initiatives Gauge Farmer Perceptions of Climate Change (press release)

    08 Dec 2021 | Publications | Contributor(s): Nikki H

  5. U2U Poster - May 2012

    08 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.

  6. U2U Overview Presentation

    08 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) research project. Last updated Nov. 1, 2011.

  7. POL 520/EAS 591 Great issues: climate and policy

    08 Dec 2021 | Courses | Contributor(s): Nikki H

    The course POL 520/EAS 591, “Great issues: climate and policy”, is designed to better educate students in the use and misuse of modeling across disciplines, so that they will be better builders and consumers of integrated, complex models of coupled human/natural systems in their own careers. More...