1-4 November 2011: BioModel representative (Grigoriy Kolomytsev) participated in workshop, which took place in Enschede. It was combined with a short training course on GLOBIO3 (including land-use-change simulation exercises using CLUE model). The workshop invitees list included partners around the globe were involved to GLOBIO3 modelling. It was organized by PBL and Aidenvironment and hosted at the ITC faculity of […]Read more ›
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There is new BioModel’s article on history of the first digital generalization of human impacts on Ukraine terrestrial biodiversity with usage of the GLOBIO-3 method.Read more ›
Website GLOBIO model fully renewed. The GLOBIO model is a tool to assess past, present and future human impact on biodiversity. As a policy tool, it is regularly applied in global, regional and national assessments. The GLOBIO model is the result of a collaboration between the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and UNEP/GRID-Arendal. […]Read more ›
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 ›
Different GLOBIO3 land use classes combination was applied taking into account location of agrolandscapes in different ‘nature-ag-zone’. For instance agrolandscapes within ‘Polissya’ nature-ag-zone include several LCC i.e. ‘extensive agriculture’ and ‘agro-forestry’ in equal part approximately. Logically, for the ‘Steppe zone’ it is advisable to take into account (for the modelling) up to 80% of the ‘extensive ag’ and respectively 20% […]Read more ›