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Agriculture and Climate
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Agriculture and Climate Cluster Mission Statement
Agriculture and Climate Cluster Plan (2016)
Recent Focal Topics
Informatics and Knowledge Management
ontologies and semantics
data to decisions provenance
US Climate Resilience Toolkit
wildfire mitigation and response
climate resilient animal agriculture
agricultural nutrient management under climate change
US science statutory and regulatory landscape
traceable decisions under US environmental law
Proceedings from ESIP Meetings
ESIP 2022 January Meeting Materials for the session 'In-situ and remotely-sensed data integration for wildfire management'
ESIP 2021 Summer Meeting Materials for the session 'Identifying technology capabilities that meet wildfire science and practitioner requirements'
ESIP 2021 Winter Meeting Materials for the session 'Carbon Management, Food, Agriculture, Human well-being: Using informatics to connect the climate action dots'
ESIP 2021 Winter Meeting Materials for the session 'Science and the US Government: Where does your contribution fit into the picture?'
ESIP 2020 Summer Meeting Materials for the session 'Community concept mapping for data-to-decisions – Use cases in climate adaptation, disaster planning, and disaster response
ESIP 2020 Summer Meeting Ontology Tutorial
ESIP 2016 Winter and Summer Meetings on the Climate Resilience Toolkit
ESIP 2013 Summer Meeting Materials for the session 'Cultivating a Climate and Agriculture Cluster'
Recent Cluster-Related Products
Submitted response to the US Federal Register's request-for-comments regarding USDA's response to President Biden's Executive Order on Climate Change
D2dprov: Vision 2025. A transdisciplinary science, technology, and policy synthesis on data-driven, science-informed resilience planning for 2025 and beyond
D2dprov: Statement of Needs 2022. Technology and policy requirements to fulfill Vision 2025’s proposed approach to data-driven, science-informed climate resilience decisions
Wildfire data and information interoperability across fire management phases
Science-informed, Data-driven Transdisciplinary Collaborations using Concept Maps
Modeling data and information needs for avian conservation using Neo4j
Wildfire Knowledge management for mitigation and response
Science, technology, and policy aspects of carbon management
Sustainable Development Goals and Knowledge Graphs
The “pipeline” of Earth science data to climate resilience and its value for real-world decision making
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