Authors use public growing interest to the theme on changes of Arctic’s digital color to show them that today’s journalism changes its color too to turns it to ‘yellow’: they simply cite each other instead of attempts to discover new or respective unique sources of information using primary address. There is a new phenomenon which we have observed: Russian speaking journalists produce […]Read more ›
BioModel representative – Grygoriy Kolomytsev – were selected as member of IPBES Deliverable 3(c) core team to participate the follow-up work following the completion of this assessment...
The BioModel’s representative, GIS-analyst V.Prydatko, Ph.D., took part in development of new biologically sound maps related to the Central Arctic Ocean (pdf). More details… The...
The recently conducted study demonstrated numerous cases of serious infraction of the legal land-use regime within protected areas (PAs) in Ukraine. Moreover, even privatization of lands within...
On April 22 the ‘Obozrevatel’ (Observer) published an interview with Mr.Olexiy Vasylyuk (Environment-People-Law – EPL, NECU), who referred to conclusions of the Institute of Strategic Research (ISR) concerning its prediction on that within a few years the industrial Donbass area would be threatened by the large-scale ecological catastrophe due to evident flooding of numerous mines… We decided to illustrate the […]Read more ›
The actual people’s mural is visible well through the window of “Kyiv-Uzhgorod” train: “The Ukrainians, take care of the forest! We will need it more.”) It relates to the war (which we hope finally end), but can be translated also to language of current needs and fillings of locals. Since 2002 we write about usage of IT (RS and GIS) […]Read more ›
Please see the Ukraine version. (The information for our students about applied animation of migration of 118 birds species based on recent publications: 1) La Sorte, F.A., D. Fink, W.M. Hochachka, and S. Kelling. 2016. Convergence of broad-scale migration strategies in terrestrial birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B DOI:10.1098/rspb.2015.2588, and 2) Pat Leonard. Mesmerizing Migration: Watch 118 Bird Species Migrate […]Read more ›
In corridors, the modeling triumph: Konstantin Batygin (USA) and Mike Brown (USA) predicted the 9th planet existence through mathematical modeling and computer simulations. They described their work in the current issue of the Astronomical Journal, but the discovery has become more popular, thanks to the publication on the web-site Caltech, which belongs to the California Institute of Technology. We wonder how […]Read more ›
We continue to inform our readers about diversity of maps. Ukrainian IT-specialists developed an interactive resource on Ukrainian secondary schools namely ‘School map CEDOS’. There is a new data visualization tool on a network of secondary schools in Ukraine and respective statistics were processed by analytical center CEDOS, and which has obtained support of the Open Society Foundation. [Home-tasks for our students […]Read more ›
The mentioned deliverables are modern IPBES documents: i) Deliverable 3a Thematic assessment of pollinators, pollination and food production and ii) Deliverable 3c Policy support tools and methodologies for scenario analysis and modelling of biodiversity and ecosystem services. The review process of Deliverable 3c has started a few weeks ago. Review Editors have selected experts and they are now working on […]Read more ›
This September two BioModel members – Vasyl Prydatko and Grygoriy Kolomytsev – were nominated by TSU to join group of experts on development of the Deliverable 3(c) document in accordance with the results of open IBPES competition. During 2014-2015 years 89 experts will work together to create ‘IPBES Deliverable 3(c): policy support tools and methodologies for scenario analysis and modelling […]Read more ›