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Wednesday, April 6 • 2:00pm - 4:30pm
How Technology Harnesses Science and Data to Give Answers to Decision-Makers [D22]

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Global risk of rainfall-related disasters? How El Niño impacts rainfall globally? Risk of malaria in Africa? Risk of famine in the Philippines? Rice production risk in Bicol, the Philippines? Risk of fire in Indonesia? How will seasonal rainfall shift in the upcoming seasons globally? What matters: global warming or year-to-year variability?   So many questions, one answer: the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) Data Library (DL) and Maprooms. Get the answers to those questions (and more) for yourself by surfing the IRI Maprooms. Tailor your analysis and generate maps and graphs online, on the fly. An IRI DL expert will facilitate your exploration by telling you how technology enables the harnessing of science and data to deliver information to decision-makers. And, why not, start your own program online to make your own analysis of one or more of the hundreds datasets available in the DL.

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John del Corral

Senior Staff Associate, Earth Institute, The International Research Institute for Climate and Society
After receiving his computer science degree from the Univ. of Colorado in 1983, John del Corral joined the EPA-funded Acid Deposition Modeling Project, headed by Julius Chang, at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. He participated in the Regional Acid Deposition Model (RADM... Read More →
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Michael Bell

Senior Staff Associate, Earth Institute, The International Research Institute for Climate and Society
Michael Bell studied meteorology at the University of Oklahoma and graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 1994 and 2001, respectively. His master’s work involved the study of the decadal and interannual variability of West African rainfall disturbance lines. He joined... Read More →

Wednesday April 6, 2016 2:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
Roone Arledge Auditorium Lerner Hall, Columbia University 2920 Broadway, New York, NY 10040

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