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  • Grant Application Tool for the California Department of Food and Agriculture Healthy Soils Program
    Conservation Biology Institute specializes in harnessing the power of spatial data for conservation planning and decision-making. We create tools in close collaboration with state agencies that help them achieve their missions. Recently we've had the opportunity to work with the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA).  The ...
  • Connecting Decision-Makers with the Power of Google Earth Engine
    Environmental scientists and decision-makers often employ mapping and modeling to address a wide range of complex environmental challenges. Barriers practitioners face include long data processing times, lack of access to robust and up-to-date datasets, and complex programming languages and libraries. GEODE (the Global Environmental Online Decision Engine) is a web-based ...
  • CBI & AFT work together on water conservation in the San Joaquin Valley
    Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) and American Farmland Trust (AFT), the organization behind the national movement No Farms No Food®, continue to build off their previous work on the San Joaquin Land and Water Strategy. With the support from a Conservation Innovation Grant by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, this ...
  • Spatial Inventory and Economic Analysis of Grassland Practices
    Full title: Spatial Inventory and Economic Analysis of Grassland Practices in Texas, Kansas and Washington State and Enhancement to the Accuracy of Biometric Estimates for Tree-based Practices in the State of Mississippi. Our goal for this project is  to test the ability of advanced and scalable remote sensing technology to ...
  • Open Knowledge Network
    Conservation Biology Institute is a partner in a new $1 million grant from a new interdisciplinary NSF program to foster building an "open knowledge network." The inspiration for this type of network comes from Tim Berners-Lee's (best known founder of the World-wide Web) vision for the "semantic web," which ...
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