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Computational Results



SESYNC is committed to public dissemination of data and to open-source software development and distribution. When synthesis projects result in the creation of original datasets or databases, new software or web tools, analysis or model code, SESYNC will work with science teams to locate appropriate repositories and long-term storage for these resources. See below for a list of datasets, software tools, and computationally-oriented publications from on-going and completed SESYNC-supported projects:

Resources Date
VIDEO: Materials & Workshops for Cyberinfrastructure Education in Biology Aug 09, 2013

We interviewed Dr. C. Titus Brown, Kaitlin Thaney, and Dr. Greg Wilson about a workshop recently held at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), "Materials & Workshops for Cyberinfrastructure Education in Biology."

Water Science Software Institute: An Open Source Engagement Process May 18, 2013

Conference proceedings for Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (SE-CSE13).

What data should we collect? A framework for identifying indicators of ecosystem contributions to human well-being Jan 11, 2013

The lack of a clear framework identifying data to link ecosystems to analyses of human well-being has been highlighted in numerous studies. To address this issue, we applied a recently developed economic theory termed “final” ecosystem goods and services – the biophysical features and qualities that people perceive as being directly related to their well-being. The six-step process presented here enabled us to identify metrics associated with streams that can be used in the analysis of human well-being; we illustrate these steps with data from a regional stream survey. Continued refinement and application of this framework will require ongoing collaboration between natural and social scientists. Framework application could result in more useful and relevant data, leading to more informed decisions in the management of ecosystems.

Introducing AMV (Animal Movement Visualizer), a visualization tool for animal movement data from satellite collars and radiotelemetry Dec 20, 2012

Article published in Ecological Informatics.

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