Students write about… Starushik N.S. Modelling Stages Research for Indicative-indices Approach Based on NUBIP Agricultural Network. The Master’s Work for the specialty 6.070800 ‘Ecology and the Environmental Conservation’. Kyiv: NUBiP, 2010.–120 p. (see ukr)
November 20, 2010: ULRMC office held an ad-hock meeting on information exchange and web-resources. Participants: BioModel expert (Vasyl Prydatko, right) and NASC representatives (National Antarctic Scientific Center, State Committee of Ukraine on Science, Innovation and Informatization – Kyiv) – Stanislav Nedogybchenko (member of the expected 16th antarctic expedition, first to the left) and Vladymyr Loginov (member of the Polar Commission RGS RAS and the Seascape Writers Society of Ukraine, second to the left).
Forthcoming book (IGI Global): Land Use, Climate Change and Biodiversity Modeling: Perspectives and Applications (2011). The book combines state-of-the-art modeling approaches at various scales with case studies from across the world… More, leaflet (TBD).
Note: BioModel team developed chapter ‘Biodiversity modelling experiences in Ukraine’ for it. Our abstract stated that ‘… this is the first and highly ambitious study on biodiversity and its conditions in Ukraine, and some surrounding countries. It includes four different methods to asses and project biodiversity changes i.e. the indicative-index approach, the GLOBIO’s Mean Species Abundance (MSA), and two species based approaches, one using habitat changes as driving factor (EEBIO), and the other also includes climate change (SDM_GLM )…’