All articles for the topic: Modelling

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Impacts of climate change on global food trade networks

Learn about the potential cross-border impacts of climate change on global food trade, through the lens of three crops: wheat, rice and maize. Using a simple network model, this journal article projects changes to trade communities and network structures, as well as the effects that this will have on global food security.

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Birla Institute of Technology

For over five decades, BIT Mesra has been engaged in nurturing minds through a rich heritage of academic excellence. Established in 1955 by the visionary-industrialist Mr. B.M.

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Institute of Environmental Systems Research

The Institute of Environmental Systems Research (USF) is a multi-departmental institution that develops interdisciplinary concepts and methods across traditional scientific disciplines and at the i

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OxGAME project

evaluating the role computer models can play in anthropological research about the future of subsistence farming in Cameroon.

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INCA Proceedings 2012

The publication reports on research into adaptation and mitigation strategies in the Andes, with a focus on food security and agro-forestry, changes in land-use and land cover and strategies for managing these systems in a changing climate. 

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Adaption of grassland butterflies to climate change

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Whole Decision Network Analysis for Coastal Ecosystems

This project looks at the relationship between governance, power and knowledge structures and how these influence behaviour, actions and decision taking for sustainable social-ecological ecosystems.

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Introducing Agency into Water Resource Simulation Models

Making WEAP actor-oriented

Human-environment interactions and feedback are essential to consider in IWRM research particularly where we are concerned with adaptive water management in the context...

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