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vor 2 Jahren

FELD 01/2017

  • Text
  • Modelling
  • Nature
  • Environment
  • Neolithic
  • India
  • Agriculture
  • Data
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate
  • Scientists
  • Researchers
  • Zalf
  • Fields
  • Conservation
  • Species
  • Farmers
  • Landscape
Researchers in Brandenburg are using Big Data in attempts to decipher correlations in nature. A correct interpretation of the large volumes of apparently complex data has so far proven very difficult. An excursion into theoretical physics eventually led to an interesting discovery: patterns in the sea of data. // The »Agriculture for Biodiversity« project brings species protection onto fields and into the supermarket. Participating as a partner of science: one of the largest food retailers in Germany. // Small farmers in Odisha in India have long suffered from extreme droughts. PhD student Anu Susan Sam makes use of science as development aid, to better enable farmers to help themselves. // Were there already farmers in the neolithic period? How was food grown 5,000 years ago? Researchers have embarked on a journey through time with their computer simulations and made amazing discoveries.


01 · 2017 Magazine of the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) title story DECRYPTING PATTERNS IN NATURE WITH BIG DATA

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