Newest investigation of relationship between past warming and sea-level rise confirms that sea-level rise is imminent even in case of stabilization at today’s CO2 levels. Moreover, new conclusion is that rise level will be much higher than it was predicted by long-term projections from the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Corresponding research was accomplished […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "climate change"
UN GC published new [Survey on Climate Change Perceptions in Ukraine. Kyiv: UN GC, 2009.–57 p.] – pdf. BioModel took part in it. UN GC – The Global Compact is a network-based initiative which aims to promote responsible corporate citizenship and enlists the support of the business sector in achieving a more sustainable and equitable global economy. Currently there are […]Read more ›
Students write about… Pasteruk V.V. Geoinformatic technologies usage for evaluation of climate change impact to areal of indicative plant species, which locations are inside of the NULES Network (Kyivska Oblast, Ukraine). The Bachelor Research for the Specialty 6.092900-EcoBioTechnology. Kyiv: NULES, 2009.−76 p. (Manuscript, resume Ukr). Key words: GLM, EEBIO, plant species, climate change.Read more ›
Thre is popular extract of a cartographical EEBIO-model ‘Polar Bear’ that was produced by the BioModel group in 2006, but published in 2008 – more details.Read more ›
Details (Ukr.) – http://biomodel.info/?page_id=556Read more ›
Wood grouse (Tetrao urogallus): habitat changes modelling in EEBIO Region in scope of the IMAGE climate change data: GLM-scenario by 2050 Kolomytsev G., PrydatkoV. see here updated print-version The model is published with the assistance of ULRMC, funded by ‘Projection of Species- and Species-Climate Based Models on to the GLOBIO Ukraine Region, and Scenarios Development’ Project according to the Contract […]Read more ›
BioModel finished modelling of predicted natural habitat changes for all 7 regional birch species (Betula sp. – B.pendula, B.microlepis, B.pubescens, B.humilis*, B.klokovii*, B.obscura*, B. borysthenica*), 4 species of which (*) are in the Red Data Book of Ukraine (1996). More details – http://biomodel.info/?page_id=357Read more ›