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  1. Enabling Scientific Collaboration Using HUBzero Platform

    03 Oct 2014

  2. Connecting Communities Through HUBzero

    03 Oct 2014

  3. Global Croplands: A new dataset for year 2005

    03 Oct 2014

  4. SPAM in the Clouds

    03 Oct 2014

  5. SPAM in the Clouds

    05 Aug 2014 | Tools

    Spatial Production Allocation Model (SPAM) 2005 Beta Version

  6. Why GEOSHARE?

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    This is a presentation from GeoShare roundtable at GLP 2014.

  7. An introduction to GEOSHARE's cyberinfrastructure: exchange and analysis of geo-spatial data through HUBzero

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    This is a training presentation at GLP 2nd Open Science Meeting, Berlin March 21, 2014.

  8. Reflections on persistent problems and emerging opportunities…..

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    This is a presentation from geoshare roundtable at GLP-OSM 2014.

  9. Cooperation challenges in large, online-based collaborative projects: Notes from The Social-Ecological Systems Meta-Analysis Database (SESMAD) project

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    This is a presentation from geoshare roundtable at GLP-OSM 2014.

  10. CIMSANS - Public–Private Partnership for developing Open Ag Data through GEOSHARE

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    This is a presentation from geoshare roundtable at GLP-OSM 2014.

  11. GEOSHARE: Geospatial, Open-Source Hosting of Agriculture, Resources and Environmental Data

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

  12. GEOSHARE and HUBZero: An Open Platform for Spatial Data Development and Analysis

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

  13. Global Agricultural Land Cover and Land Use: Data and Applications

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Navin Ramankutty at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioNavin RamankuttyDepartment of GeographyMcGill University

  14. A Global Perspective on Agricultural Irrigation

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Stefan Siebert at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioStefan SiebertUniversity of Bonn

  15. Agriculture and Land Use Change and Poverty in LaStin America

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Glenn Hyman at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioGlenn HymanDecision and Policy Analysis Program (DAPA)International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

  16. Spatially Explicit Analysis of Agriculture, Poverty and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Stanley Wood at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioStanley WoodSenior Research Fellow - Environment and Production Technology Division, IFPRICo-PI - HarvestChoiceCoordinator - CGIAR Consortium on Spatial Information (CGIAR/CSI)

  17. Spatially Explicit Analysis of Agriculture and Poverty in Asia

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Andrew Nelson at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioAndrew NelsonInternational Rice Research Institute

  18. Climate Data for Agricultural Analysis: Opportunities and Pitfalls

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentation by Noah Diffenbaugh at the GEOSHARE Workshop, 23 May 2011BioNoah DiffenbaughDepartment of Environmental Earth System Science andWoods Institute for the EnvironmentStanford University

  19. A Global, Spatially Explicit Open-Source Data Base for Analysis of Agriculture, Forestry, and the Environment: Proposal and Institutional Considerations

    29 Nov 2021 | Downloads

    Background study submitted to the Foresight ProgrammeCreditsThomas Hertel, Purdue UniversityWolfgang Britz, University of BonnNoah Diffenbaugh, Stanford UniversityNavin Ramankutty, McGill UniversityNelson Villoria, Purdue UniversityStanley Wood, IFPRIStefan Siebert, University of BonnGlenn Hyman,...

  20. GEOSHARE: Geospatial, Open-Source Hosting of Agriculture, Resources and Environmental Data April 2012, Paris

    29 Nov 2021 | Online Presentations

    Presentations to the Joint Working Party on Agriculture and the Environment, April 26, 2012: OECD, ParisBio        Thomas Hertel and Nelson Villoria    Department of Agricultural Economics    Purdue University