Using custom scientific workflow software and GIS to inform protected area climate adaptation planning in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

@article{Piekielek2015UsingCS,
  title={Using custom scientific workflow software and GIS to inform protected area climate adaptation planning in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem},
  author={N. Piekielek and A. J. Hansen and T. Chang},
  journal={Ecol. Informatics},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={40-48}
}
  • N. Piekielek, A. J. Hansen, T. Chang
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Ecol. Informatics
  • Anticipating the ecological effects of climate change to inform natural resource climate adaptation planning represents one of the primary challenges of contemporary conservation science. Species distribution models have become a widely used tool to generate first-pass estimates of climate change impacts to species probabilities of occurrence. There are a number of technical challenges to constructing species distribution models that can be alleviated by the use of scientific workflow software… CONTINUE READING
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