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With funding provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the WCS Climate Adaptation Fund will provide up to $3.1 million in competitive grants in 2012. Grants will be 1-2 years in length. Awards will be made to non-profit conservation organizations for applied, on-the-ground projects focused on implementing priority conservation actions for climate adaptation at a landscape scale. To apply, submit a pre-proposal application form to Darren Long, firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 5:00 p.m. MST on Friday, March 30, 2012. For more information: http://www.wcsnorthamerica.org/ClimateAdaptationFund/tabid/4813/Default.aspx
GEOSTAT is where statistical computing meets geographical analysis
GEOSTAT is a non-profit specialized block course (summer school) run by FOSS enthusiasts and developers. The main idea of GEOSTAT is to promote various aspects of statistical analysis of spatial and spatio-temporal data using open source / free GIS tools: R, SAGA GIS, GRASS GIS, FWTools, Google Earth and similar. In the summer of 2011 (24.-27.7.2011) the GEOSTAT Summer School took place at the University Koblenz-Landau on the campus in Landau. The summer school was broadcasted via live stream and recorded so that everybody who missed out can still watch the videos online or download them.
Learn R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics
The webinar course is designed for natural resource managers and is open to all who are interested without charge. R (the open-source/free version of S) provides a comprehensive environment for statistical analysis and graphics that is unrivaled in the availability of new, cutting-edge applications. It runs under most operating systems. Audio of the presentations is available either using your computer speakers and optional microphone or headset or by calling a phone bridge long distance. Live video of the presenter’s computer screen is available over the web. You can also share your computer’s screen with other participants when asking a question or making a point. An audio and video recording of the presentations and discussion will be available on our FTP site after the presentations. There are no specific prerequisites but some knowledge of statistics would be helpful. A basic knowledge of computers and the internet will be assumed. More »
El primer post del 2011 está dedicado a Lian Pin Koh. http://www.lianpinkoh.com/. Aparte del contenido que resulta más que interesante para los que aspiramos a entender mejor la relación espacial entre conservación y otros usos de la tierra, LPK nos ofrece lo mejor de su repertorio académico. Un ejemplo de lo que debiera ser la página personal de un científico 2.0. I surrounder to your greatness Lian.
Calado, H. & A. Gil (Editors). 2010. “Geographic Technologies applied to Marine Spatial Planning and Integrated Coastal Zone Management”. CIGPT – Geographic Information and Land Planning Center. University of the Azores. Ponta Delgada, Portugal. 166 pp. ISBN: 978-972-8612-64-1
We have built a simple climate model for online use, the Chalmers Climate Calculator. In the model the user can decide on when and how fast emissions of CO2 are reduced and what this emissions scenario implies in terms of CO2 concentration and global average surface temperature change. The climate sensitivity and the net aerosol forcing in year 2005 are also set by the user. Journalists, students, policy makers, and international negotiators, along with everyone else, can access the model at: www.chalmers.se/ee/ccc.
Example of questions that can be explored with the model:
• What temperature increase will we see by 2100, if we keep global emission levels at the current level, or if we cut emissions by 3% annually, starting now?
• What if we delay emission cuts for another 10, 20, or 30 years?
• How much does climate sensitivity matter to global warming?
• What if only developed nations cut emissions and developing nations don’t take any measures?
• How much and how quickly do developed and developing nations, need to cut emissions, respectively, to stay below the 2-degree limit?
• What role does deforestation play for atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and for temperature? How much will stopping deforestation matter to global warming?
Two region version of the model
In order to answer questions related to developed and developing nations, or questions related to deforestation, the 2-region version of the model must be used. It is available at www.chalmers.se/ee/ccc2.
Source: Earth System Trends Blog from Clark University
Earth Trends Modeler is one analytical tool introduced with Idrisi Taiga, the GIS flagship of Clark.edu. In its blog there are several examples of its application and useful pointers to global data sources. Its last post is a nice account about night lights trends along Europe. The major virtue, IMHO, is the inspirational boost for new analysis and more demanding questions. That’s the basis of science development.
This is a short sample of the hundreds of info bits flowing in front of my eyes every single day. These are like the bread crumbs that I left behind in my own mental pursuit.
Some of these could be useful to you.