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From indicators-and-indexes to real models…

From indicators-and-indexes to real models…

0 by / on Monday November 29th, 2010, 11:50 AM / in Bd Training Package, General, Models Building Journal

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)

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Ukraine: Biodiversity and Climate…

Ukraine: Biodiversity and Climate…

0 by / on Thursday November 11th, 2010, 05:45 PM / in Biomass, General, Models Building Journal

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 […]

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Adaptation to climate change (Kyiv, 20-Oct-10)

0 by / on Friday October 22nd, 2010, 02:39 PM / in General, Models Building Journal

October 20, 2010: BioModel representative (V.Prydatko, Ph.D) took part in the round-table  ‘Adaptation to Climate Change Discussion’, and which was initiated and organized for local experts by the World Bank Office (Kyiv). More… BioModel reported about “Mathematical Models Indicator Set as the Basis for Decision Making in Adaptation to Climate Change”, pdf (1.2Mb, requires some time).

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About the climatic atlas of European breeding birds (2007)

About the climatic atlas of European breeding birds (2007)

0 by / on Monday September 13th, 2010, 06:24 PM / in General

This book of 2007s is not well known yet for our regional modellers in Ukraine specially: “A climatic atlas of European breeding birds” (Brian Huntley, Rhys Green, Yvonne Collingham and Stephen G Willis) – 521 pages, maps, tabs, figures. It shows how the expected climatic change may alter each species’ potential breeding area in the near future. BioModel is going […]

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Bio, LUC and CC are Subjects of a New Book 2010

0 by / on Friday April 16th, 2010, 02:28 PM / in General

This spring BioModel participates in a small international project on development of the new book ‘Land Use, Climate Change and Biodiversity Modelling: Perspectives and Applications’ (2010). It is an outcome of the Dakar’s Modelling Workshop (December, 2009). The Forestry Faculty of Kasetsart University (Bangkok, Thailand) leads this process. Last week BioModel has finished its chapter ‘Modelling Climate Change and its […]

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BioModel: SDMs for Lomonosov Moscow State University Conference

BioModel: SDMs for Lomonosov Moscow State University Conference

0 by / on Friday April 16th, 2010, 11:32 AM / in General, Models Building Journal

April 12-15: the XVII International conference «Lomonosov» BioModel has presented results of SDM-approach for East Europe. Thesis is available in russian.

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Mammals of the North-Eastern Ukraine: changes of fauna and views…

0 by / on Thursday February 18th, 2010, 11:16 AM / in General

About some new publications (TBP, Ukr): Mammals of the North-Eastern Ukraine: changes of fauna and views about fauna composition since review by Olexandr Czernay (1853) to the present. — Zagorodniuk I. V. – more details.

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BioModel demonstrated new GLM in NaUKMA

BioModel demonstrated new GLM in NaUKMA

2 by / on Friday February 5th, 2010, 08:23 AM / in General

February 4, 2010: BioModel demonstrated new GLM-report to students and scientists in NAUKMA (Kyiv) during a climate-change-round-table session. The presentation was titled as ‘GLM-scenarios of animal-plant-areal fluctuation by 2050 due to expected climate change (Ukraine, Western Europe)’ As it turned out, many students and scholars have heard about such GLM approaches for the first time despite the fact that we […]

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Today’s Climate change summit at UN HQ

0 by / on Tuesday September 22nd, 2009, 04:46 PM / in General

The summit took place just under 80 days before the start of the UN Copenhagen conference. The Secretary-General of the United Nations Mr. Ban Ki-moon stressed: “Climate change is the pre-eminent geopolitical and economic issue of the 21st century” and “We will pay an unacceptable price if we do not act now” [UN]. BioModel comments: these messages are complitely in […]

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Future predictions using MICOM model: Global Climate Change may turn Arctic Ocean into stagnant, polluted soup by 2070

Future predictions using MICOM model: Global Climate Change may turn Arctic Ocean into stagnant, polluted soup by 2070

0 by / on Sunday August 9th, 2009, 06:53 PM / in General

WITHIN 60 years the Arctic Ocean could be a stagnant, polluted soup. Without drastic cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions, the Transpolar Drift, one of the Arctic’s most powerful currents and a key disperser of pollutants, is likely to disappear because of global warming. These dramatic predictions have been made by Yongqi Gaoa, Helge Drangeb, Ola M. Johannessena, and Lasse H. Pettersson […]

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