Modeling Summit 2011
Advancing the Science of Modeling
March 29-31, 2011 – Denver, Colorado
This meeting will provide a forum to exchange information, discuss opportunities for collaboration, and learn about the advantages and limitations of available data sets for inclusion in current and future models. The target audience for the meeting is modelers and data stewards from federal and state agencies, non-profit organizations, industry, private consulting firms and universities.
- Final Program, Abstracts, and Program Updates (PDF)
- Presentations from the meeting: PPTs or PDFs to download
Overarching goal: To get model practitioners together to talk about the best way to utilize and integrate available models and data sets to address specific customer conservation/conservation benefit needs. One of the primary concerns of our customers is estimating the site-specific benefits of conservation practices. Modelers must consider the level of precision that is needed for the intended use which may include general conservation planning, program payment support, credit trading support, reports to congress, inside and outside of USDA requests, and policy formulation/regulation.
Organizing Committee Members
SWCS Staff Contact: Dewayne Johnson