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Pilot analysis of global ecosystems

agroecosystems

by Stanley Wood

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Published by International Food Policy Research Institute & World Resources Institute in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agricultural ecology.,
  • Agrobiodiversity conservation.,
  • Soil conservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementStanley Wood, Kate Sebastian, Sarar J. Scherr.
    ContributionsScherr, Sara J., Sebastian, Katherine L., International Food Policy Research Institute., World Resources Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 110 p. :
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22007425M
    ISBN 101569734577

    Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Online; xii, 90 p.: ill., col. maps ; 28 cm. BibTeX @MISC{Scherr_pilotanalysis, author = {Sara J. Scherr and Carol Rosen and Hyacinth Billings and Maggie Powell and Stanley Wood and Stanley Wood and Stanley Wood and Kate Sebastian and Kate Sebastian and Kate Sebastian and Sara J. S Cherr and Sara J. S Cherr and Niels H. Batjes and Andrew Farrow Ciat and Jean Marc Faurès and Günther Fischer Iiasa and Gerhard Heilig Iiasa and .

    Title: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Agroecosystems: Author: Wood, S., Sebastian, K., Scherr, S.J. Date issued: Access: Closed Access: Reference(s)Cited by: Record number: Title: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Agroecosystems: Author(s) Wood, S.; Sebastian, K.; Scherr, S.J. Source: Washington: WRI and IFPRI Cited by:

    Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Freshwater Systems, World Resources Institute, Washington D.C. October / paperback / ISBN / US$ GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEMS Robin White, Siobhan Murray, and Mark Rohweder, Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Grassland Ecosystems, World Resources Institute, Washington Size: 1MB. Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE) y Assess five of the world’s major ecosystem types • forest, coastal/marine, agricultural, freshwater, and grassland y Unique approach • Examine the condition of goods and services. • Provide a global synthesis of current information • Focus on the use of indicators and maps at global and continental scale y Identify key gaps in data and.


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: Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Agroecosystems (): World Resources Institute, Kate Sebastian, Sar Scherr, Stanley Wood, International Food Policy Research Institute: Books.

Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE): Coastal Ecosystems analyzes quantitative and qualitative information and develops selected indicators of the condition of the world's coastal ecosystems and marine s: Yumiko Kura, Mark Spalding, Carmen Revenga.

The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems Unique study by the World Resources Institute to provides a view of ecosystems using indicators and maps at global and continental scales. Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Grassland ecosystems.

Warns that the world's grasslands have declined in their extent and condition, as well as Cited by: This book contains results of the Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems examining the grassland ecosystems of the world using a large collection of spatial and temporal data.

Datasets, primarily at the global level, presenting quantitative indicators and qualitative information on the condition of the world's grasslands are by: Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE): Coastal Ecosystems analyzes quantitative and qualitative information and develops selected indicators of the condition of the world's coastal ecosystems.

Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Freshwater systems by Norbert Henninger, Carmen Revenga, Jake Brunner, Richard Payne and Ken Kassem - October Reveals that the world's freshwater systems are so degraded that their ability to support Cited by: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: grassland ecosystems.

Complete Title: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: grassland ecosystemsCited by: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Agroecosystems Article PDF Available. Phylogenetic analysis classified them into four subfamilies comprising 11 subgroups.

Generally, five kinds of motifs. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Introduction to the Pilot analysis of global ecosystems --Freshwater systems: executive summary --Prologue: Freshwater systems: what they are, why they matter --Human modification of freshwater systems --Water quantity --Water quality --Food: inland fisheries --Biodiversity.

Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE): Agroecosystems Dataset offers the 9 geospatial datasets used to build these maps. The datasets are:; PAGE Global Agricultural Extent. The data describe the location and extent of global agriculture and are derived from GLLCCD ; USGS EDCa.; PAGE Global Agricultural Extent version 2.

The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE) begins to address this gap. This study is the result of a remarkable collaborative effort between the World Resources Institute (WRI), the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), intergovernmental organizations, agencies, research institutes, and individual experts in more than 25 countries worldwide.

Genre/Form: Computer network resources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute, © Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: grassland ecosystems / Robin P. White, Siobhan Murray, Mark Rodweder ; with analytical contributions from: Stephen D.

Prince and Kirsten M.J. Thompson Book Bib ID. The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE) begins to address this gap. This study is the result of a remarkable collaborative effort between the World Resources Institute (WRI), the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), intergovernmental organizations, agencies, research institutes, and individual experts in more than 25 countries.

Book: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: forest ecosystems + 90 pp. ref Abstract: This book provides analyses of datasets at the global, national, and sub-national levels, and draws on published and unpublished scientific by: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: Grassland ecosystems.

Date Author. White, R.P. Murray, S. Rohweder, M. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. Grasslands are dynamic terrestrial ecosystems dominated by herbaceous and shrub vegetation maintained by fire, grazing, and drought and/or freezing conditions which have provided goods and Cited by: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: freshwater systems.

Complete Title: Pilot analysis of global ecosystems: freshwater systemsCited by: The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Agroecosystems (PAGE), a study of WRI and IFPRI, was carried out in collaboration with intergovernmental organizations, agencies, research institutes, and individual experts from over 25 countries.

PAGE may be seen as the first attempt to synthesize information available on a global scale about condition and change over time of five major categories.

GEO is building the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS), and one of the GEOSS programs is the Global Ecosystems (GECO) initiative. A GECO task is to develop objective (data-derived) and management-appropriate global ecosystem maps for terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems.The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE) shows that the overall capacity of ecosystems to deliver goods and services is decreasing.

The human demand for ecosystem products––from water to food to timber—continues to increase.The Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (PAGE) was a one-year study of the state of the ecosystems humans are most dependent on for survival-agricultural.