Post Tagged with: "modelling"

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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Website GLOBIO model fully renewed

Website GLOBIO model fully renewed

0 by / on Thursday March 25th, 2010, 01:17 AM / in Bd Training Package, General

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. […]

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BioModelling Mtg in Dakar (December, 2009)

BioModelling Mtg in Dakar (December, 2009)

0 by / on Thursday November 5th, 2009, 12:04 PM / in General

Coming soon: new bioodiversity modelling (training) meeting in Dakar, Senegal (Decemebr 11-13, 2009). BioModel team is invited to take part in the event with presentation of its activity results.

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Competition of students’ projects: GIS from ESRI

by / on Wednesday September 9th, 2009, 08:17 AM / in General

More details about the competition (ukr.)

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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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IDB: the message from UN

by / on Friday May 22nd, 2009, 11:51 AM / in General

In his IDB message of May 22, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon said: “… The most cost-effective and feasible method of control is prevention. To be successful, this strategy requires collaboration among Governments, economic sectors and non-governmental and international organizations. A country can only prevent invasions if it knows which species may invade, where they may […]

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Boyarka forest ecosystems: ‘polynomial’ or ‘logarithmic’?

Boyarka forest ecosystems: ‘polynomial’ or ‘logarithmic’?

by / on Friday May 15th, 2009, 05:23 PM / in Bd Training Package, General

Students write about… Starushyk N.S. Indicative-index approaches application for forest ecosystems research in the Boyarka Forestry Experimental Station Manufacturing Firm. The Bachelor Research for the Specialty 8.070801-Ecology-and-Nature-Conservation. Kyiv: NULES, 2009.−70 p. (Manuscript, resume)

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