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Category Archives: Visualization
As part of a project I am working on, I did a quick network analysis of co-authorship structure among papers in Ecology and Society. Based on this preliminary analysis, the papers below are the papers that most connect different research … Continue reading
The above video on the Anthropocene was created for the Planet Under Pressure global change and sustainability conference in London, UK, which starts today, March 26th, and continues to the 29th. The movie is: A 3-minute journey through the last … Continue reading
From the Economist: THE frequent death of children before their fifth birthday is both a disaster for their parents and one of the most reliable indicators of country-wide poverty. … One of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals requires that by … Continue reading
According to google searches and news, since 2008 the news has been writing much more about crisis, but people haven’t been searching for it so much. a search for financial crisis and euro crisis leads to a more striking result.
From US’s National Weather Service – big precipitation anomalies in US this past year. The purple areas are extra wet, while the red areas are extra dry. update: “Normal” precipitation is derived from PRISM climate data, created at Oregon State … Continue reading
A beautiful video that shows the extent of human activity over the Earth’s surface. Earth | Time Lapse View from Space | Fly Over | Nasa, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo. Time lapse sequences of photographs taken with a … Continue reading