Impacts of Climate Extremes in Brazil: The Development of a Web Platform for Understanding Long-Term Sustainability of Ecosystems and Human Health in Amazonia (PULSE-Brazil)

Impacts of Climate Extremes in Brazil: The Development of a Web Platform for Understanding... INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Impacts of Climate Extremes in Brazil The Development of a Web Platform for Understanding Long-Term Sustainability of Ecosystems and Human Health in Amazonia (PULSE-Brazil) yb Jose A. MArengo , Luiz e .o .C. Ar Aogã , Peter M. Cxo , r i Ch Ard b etts , d u Ater Cost A, n ei L KAye , LAuren t . s Mith , Lin Co Ln M. ALves , And v er A r eis M O TI V ATI O N . Amazonia has experienced the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS; “droughts and f loods of the century” during the last http://gfcs.wmo.int/) established during the 2009 10 years, and this has affected humans and natural World Climate Conference, which was conceived to systems through direct impacts from the events as well promote the sharing of science-based knowledge with as increased forest fires and an increased risk of dis- decision-makers and for prioritizing sectors such as eases. There is more data than ever before to monitor risk reduction, water, human health, and food security. and understand the impact of such climatic extremes. Currently, it is difficult to synthesize all available However, the quantity of long-term multitemporal http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Impacts of Climate Extremes in Brazil: The Development of a Web Platform for Understanding Long-Term Sustainability of Ecosystems and Human Health in Amazonia (PULSE-Brazil)

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/BAMS-D-14-00177.1
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INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Impacts of Climate Extremes in Brazil The Development of a Web Platform for Understanding Long-Term Sustainability of Ecosystems and Human Health in Amazonia (PULSE-Brazil) yb Jose A. MArengo , Luiz e .o .C. Ar Aogã , Peter M. Cxo , r i Ch Ard b etts , d u Ater Cost A, n ei L KAye , LAuren t . s Mith , Lin Co Ln M. ALves , And v er A r eis M O TI V ATI O N . Amazonia has experienced the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS; “droughts and f loods of the century” during the last http://gfcs.wmo.int/) established during the 2009 10 years, and this has affected humans and natural World Climate Conference, which was conceived to systems through direct impacts from the events as well promote the sharing of science-based knowledge with as increased forest fires and an increased risk of dis- decision-makers and for prioritizing sectors such as eases. There is more data than ever before to monitor risk reduction, water, human health, and food security. and understand the impact of such climatic extremes. Currently, it is difficult to synthesize all available However, the quantity of long-term multitemporal

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 2016

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