Archive for March, 2008

MSA is in a NAU Syllabus (Kyiv)

0 by / on Wednesday March 26th, 2008, 10:39 AM / in Bd Training Package

March 20-25, 2008: the Methodological Council of the Agrosphere Ecology and Ecological Control Department of the National Agricultural University (Kyiv) approved publication of new syllabus ‘Geographic Informational Technologies and Ecological Indications’ for biotechologiests. Several themes of it (##9,10,11 and 12) are about BIODIVERSITY modelling approaches i.e. GLOBIO and MSA specially!

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BioModel’s article submission to Biosphere Conference (Odessa, March 17, 2008)

by / on Friday March 21st, 2008, 01:28 PM / in Bd Training Package, General, Models Building Journal

BioModel will take part in the conference in Odessa «Вернадський і сьогодення: концептуальні питання розвитку вчення про біосферу» – March 17, 2008. Planned presentation: Prydatko V.I., Kolomytsev G.O. Agrosphere of Ukraine, biodiversity: modern informational-technical aspects for research and modeling (GLOBIO, EEBIO, CLUES, MSA, LCCD)/Materials of scientific practical conference ‘Vernadsky and Today: conceptual issues for development of biosphere theory’. Odessa, March […]

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MNP and BioModel Mtg in Kyiv: Species’ CC Envelope Modeling

MNP and BioModel Mtg in Kyiv: Species’ CC Envelope Modeling

0 by / on Thursday March 20th, 2008, 04:21 PM / in Models Building Journal

March 18-20, 2008: The representative of MNP (Eric Arets) and BioModel experts arrange meeting to share expecience on modern species modelling methodology and research of climate change effect on biological species distribution. The meeting take place in ULRMC (Kiev) office. The Pedunculate Oak (Quercus robur) draft GLM model was created by G.Kolomytsev based on meeting outcomes. Photo by G.Kolomytsev: RTL […]

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Bilingual book title page layout availability

Bilingual book title page layout availability

0 by / on Tuesday March 18th, 2008, 01:25 PM / in Bd Training Package

Visit “Landscape Ecology” book page.

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BioModel A0 Poster for Education Purposes has updated

BioModel A0 Poster for Education Purposes has updated

0 by / on Tuesday March 18th, 2008, 09:19 AM / in Bd Training Package
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BioModel and the Higher Educational School

0 by / on Monday March 17th, 2008, 01:04 PM / in Bd Training Package

BioModel scientists included information about the trainiang package iniatiatives to article for the Higher School: ‘Prydatko V.I., Burda R.I. Aerospace efforts and GIS results usage in educational practices for agroecologists/Biodiversity: theory, practices and methodological aspects of the study in schools of general education and in the Higher School: articles for International Scientific-Practical Conference (Devoted to the 120th Birdhday Anniversary of […]

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MSA map has improved

MSA map has improved

0 by / on Monday March 17th, 2008, 08:39 AM / in Bd Training Package, Models Building Journal

The total MSA map has been re-calculated, and that was based on a new gradual agriculture intensity map. The mean total MSA value is 32.4% (equal to 32.4% from previous model run http://biomodel.info/?p=112).

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New agriculture intensity map

New agriculture intensity map

0 by / on Friday March 14th, 2008, 03:57 PM / in Bd Training Package, Models Building Journal

Nature/agricultural zoning borders has corrected by usage of 100 km gradual stria instead of strict borders. It will improve the LU impact map with combined GLOBIO#3 land use classification (http://biomodel.info/?p=103).

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MSA-LCCD comparison example has updated

MSA-LCCD comparison example has updated

1 by / on Wednesday March 5th, 2008, 11:36 AM / in Bd Training Package

The comparison by mean value per oblasts of Ukraine: . Moreover, you can compare the LCCD (LCCD_bio) and MSA maps with the same color scheme:

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Expected types of data to be involved

0 by / on Monday March 3rd, 2008, 01:57 PM / in Models Building Journal

Expected types of data to be involved to the project modelling The first type of data would be distribution maps that are e.g. based on expert knowledge on where species are present or not, but do not have underlying collection or plot data for specific locations. Yes (i.e. species are present or not on a natural zones, 10-15 years interval), […]

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