How supercomputers and visualization can help the global food crisis


    Solving the impending global food crisis will require diverse efforts. One of these efforts is Crops in silico, which aims to join together disparate crop models at different spatial and temporal scales with climate and agriculture data from around the world. The success of this effort will depend in large part on the open access and sharing of data from around the globe. Currently, more than 300 different groups are working toward this goal via the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) project. The group held its first US summit in New York in September.
    Amy Marshall-Colón and AJ Christensen. How supercomputers and visualization can help the global food crisis, a mini-documentary.  Debut at the 2016 Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition Global Food Summit. 15th September, 2016, London.
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