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Generic Soil Profiles for Crop Modeling Applications (HC27)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2010

Developed by HarvestChoice by blending and interpreting information from both HWSD and WISE databases.

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CRU Monthly Climate Time Series (1901-2002)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2009

Allows users to view and download monthly climate data over the period 1950-2000 for any user-selected location.

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DSSAT Crop Simulation Results (Cultivar, Planting Month, Fertilizer Treatments)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2009

This tool supports user access of the HarvestChoice crop modeling results database for specific locations. Droppr returns a graphical display of the mean monthly rainfall for the selected location and allows the user to query the crop modeling results for specific baseline and improved (with intervention) production system scenarios.

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Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2009

The Harmonized World Soil Database (HWSD), jointly developed by FAO, IISAS, ISSCAS, and JRC, is a mapping unit-based soil property database.

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NASA-Power Daily Time Series

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2009

Drag and drop the Droppr on any location in SSA to return historical monthly averages on rainfall, max and min temperatures. The NASA-Power dataset contains daily climatelogical data from July 1983 through present for some variables.

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Trial Site Comparison (Homologue)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2009

This tool shows the location of CGIAR variety trial sites on Google Maps, and overlays a layer indicating the climatic similarity (in terms of rainfall and temperature regimes) over space from the user-selected trial site.

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WorldClim Mean Monthly Climate (1950-2000 averages)

Tool Type: Droppr
Publication Date: January, 2007

Allows users to review, graph and download data on average climatic conditions for monthly rainfall, min and max temperatures. Both current and future climates are plotted.

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