The 2018 event is directed to a new generation of scientists and policy analysts who can effectively use coupled human-environmental models in research, policy and management to address and solve sustainable problems.
The 2019 event is directed to a new generation of scientists and policy analysts who can effectively use coupled human-environmental models in research, policy and management to address and solve sustainable problems. This year´s event is also intended as an update on the latest developments in the k.LAB modeling software, including key updates to make model coding and reuse more user friendly, targeted for both new participants and those from previous years.
The Basque Centre for Climate Change will present the ARIES (Artificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services) modelling framework at the 10th World Conference of the Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) in a pre-conference training. The participants to the training will have the chance to try a preview release of k.Explorer, an internet browser-based user interface, which provides an easy way to access the ARIES network of models and data.
The training session ARIES (Artificial Intelligence for Ecosystem Services) will illustrate how the ARIES modelling framework implements integration and interoperability approaches through semantic web modelling and how this approach can overcome some of the common challenges of data and model integration, providing a broad range of collaborative models from simple to complex, while efficiently reusing scientific and stakeholder knowledge and sharing it with the larger ecosystem services community.Alivedemowill show how its web interface k.Explorerworks.
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