Machine learning for the study of climate and its impact - December 8, 2020
CLAND Convergence Institute has organized on December 8, 2020 by videoconference a workshop dedicated to “Machine learning for the study of climate and its impact”.
Machine learning is increasingly being used in climate science for a variety of applications, including greenhouse gas emissions, agricultural yield forecasting, mapping plant and soil characteristics, and emulating process-based models. This workshop brought together ten international speakers who presented machine learning applications to solve important problems related to climate change.
Find all the workshop presentations below
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Machine learning as a framework for spatial and spatiotemporal
prediction in environmental and earth sciences: the dos and don'ts
Machine learning to predict peatland greenhouse gas emissions
Creating spatial insights into global-scale model inaccuracies
Johan VAN DEN HOOGEN
The decreasing vulnerability of French crop production to climatic hazards
Walking through a random Forest: how to build, select, and inspect
a model of global forest symbioses?
The implementation of machine learning algorithms in the prediction of
crop production in conservation agriculture under climate change
Tracking methane emissions globally using hyperspectral imaging
A machine learning method to understand the primary climatic
drivers of wheat yield shocks across Europe
Machine learning emulators reveal divergence in soil carbon
controls between observations and process-based models