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  1. The AgMIP tool for global impact assessment of climate change

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Nelson Benjamin Villoria

  2. Cyberinfrastructure for an Open, Collaborative GEOSHARE Community

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Carol Song

  3. Geospatial, Open-Source Hosting of Agriculture, Resources and Environmental Data : Synthesis of Case Studies

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Tom Hertel

  4. Why GEOSHARE?

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Navin Ramankutty

  5. Challenges predicting the spatial patterns of land conversion (And how GEOSHARE can help.)

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Nelson Benjamin Villoria, Jing Liu

  6. Productivity growth and poverty reduction in India: A GEOSHARE application from the IRRI/Asia Hub

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Andy Nelson

  7. Irrigation shortfalls, food production and trade in India

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Jing Liu

  8. Implications of irrigation for climate change impacts in India

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Delphine Deryng, Gang Zhao, Stefan Siebert

  9. Understanding irrigation in India

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Stefan Siebert, Gang Zhao

  10. Understanding irrigation in India

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Stefan Siebert, Gang Zhao

  11. Informing irrigation investments in Tanzania: A Spatially Explicit Analysis

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Jawoo Koo

  12. Overview and Lessons from the Pilot Project

    01 Oct 2014 | Contributor(s): Tom Hertel, Paul Hendley, Nelson Benjamin Villoria

  13. SPAM in the Clouds

    25 Jul 2014 | Tools | Contributor(s): Liangzhi You, Ulrike Wood-Sichra, Jingyu Song, Nelson Benjamin Villoria, Paul Preckel, Jaewoo Shin, Lan Zhao

    Spatial Production Allocation Model (SPAM) 2005 Beta Version

  14. Market-mediated environmental impacts of biofuels

    31 Jul 2014 | Publications | Contributor(s): Tom Hertel, Wallace E. Tyner

    This paper surveys the evidence on market-mediated environmental impacts of biofuels, with special attention to the indirect greenhouse gas emissions stemming from land cover change in the wake of increased demand for biofuel feedstocks. We find clear evidence that market mediated land use...

  15. Energy prices will play an important role in determining global land use in the twenty first century

    31 Jul 2014 | Publications | Contributor(s): Jevgenijs Steinbuks, Tom Hertel

    Global land use research to date has focused on quantifying uncertainty effects of three major drivers affecting competition for land: the uncertainty in energy and climate policies affecting competition between food and biofuels, the uncertainty of climate impacts on agriculture and forestry,...

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

    09 Jul 2014 | Tools | Contributor(s): Nelson Benjamin Villoria, joshua elliott, Christoph Müller, Jaewoo Shin, Lan Zhao

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

  17. PEGASUS (Predicting Ecosystem Goods And Services Using Scenarios)

    14 Jul 2014 | Tools | Contributor(s): Delphine, Navin Ramankutty, I Luk Kim, Rajesh Kalyanam

    A GEOSHARE tool for conducting live simulations using PEGASUS (Predicting Ecosystem Goods And Services Using Scenarios)

  18. U2U Overview Presentation

    03 Aug 2011 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Melissa Widhalm, Linda Prokopy

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

  19. U2U Poster - July 2011

    22 Jul 2011 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Melissa Widhalm, Linda Prokopy

    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.Thank you to our University of Wisconsin colleagues...