Development of a computer workstation for early warning

C. F. Hutchinson, Stuart Marsh, J. L. Walsh

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Abstract

Early Warning Systems (EWS) operated by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and the U.S. Agency for International Development are intended to provide warning of imminent famine and critical impacts on natural resources so that relief efforts can be efficiently mobilized. At present, there is no single package that integrates all of the functions critical for a global early warning sytem. With support from FAO, we have initiated development of an integrated set of software with a menu-driven and task-oriented user interface that will greatly improve the current approach to incorporating remote sensing and agrometeorological data in the early warning analysis process. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationResource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990
EditorsG.J. Buhyoff
PublisherASPRS
Pages424-433
Number of pages10
StatePublished - 1991

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Food and Agricultural Organization
famine
early warning system
United Nations
relief
natural resource
remote sensing
software
process analysis

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Hutchinson, C. F., Marsh, S., & Walsh, J. L. (1991). Development of a computer workstation for early warning. In G. J. Buhyoff (Ed.), Resource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990 (pp. 424-433). ASPRS.

Development of a computer workstation for early warning. / Hutchinson, C. F.; Marsh, Stuart; Walsh, J. L.

Resource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990. ed. / G.J. Buhyoff. ASPRS, 1991. p. 424-433.

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Hutchinson, CF, Marsh, S & Walsh, JL 1991, Development of a computer workstation for early warning. in GJ Buhyoff (ed.), Resource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990. ASPRS, pp. 424-433.
Hutchinson CF, Marsh S, Walsh JL. Development of a computer workstation for early warning. In Buhyoff GJ, editor, Resource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990. ASPRS. 1991. p. 424-433
Hutchinson, C. F. ; Marsh, Stuart ; Walsh, J. L. / Development of a computer workstation for early warning. Resource Technology 90. Proc. second international symposium on advanced technology in natural resources management, Washington, DC, 1990. editor / G.J. Buhyoff. ASPRS, 1991. pp. 424-433
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