About AgroClimate


AgroClimate is an innovative web-resource for decision-support and learning, providing interactive tools and climate information to improve crop management decisions and reduce production risks associated with climate variability and climate change.

The first project of AgroClimate was developed in 2005 in collaboration with other institutions under the Southeast Climate Consortium and funding from the USDA–RMA. It is currently maintained and operated by the University of Florida.

AgroClimate is regularly used during training events for County Extension faculty and during workshops with agricultural producers. Its modular platform allows for an easy replication in other geographies and for content expansion. AgroClimate prototypes are currently under development for countries in Africa and South America.

Thanks for your interest in AgroClimate!

Clyde Fraisse

AgroClimate Project Director

AgroClimate Team


Ana Wagner

Ana Wagner

Remote Sensing and GIS
Caroline G. Staub

Caroline G. Staub

Geography, Climatology
Clyde Fraisse

Clyde Fraisse

Project director. Agricultural Engineering, Agrometeorology, Crop Modeling
Daniel Dantas Barreto

Daniel Dantas Barreto

Statistics
Daniel Perondi

Daniel Perondi

Software Engineering, Modeling and Simulation
Diego Noleto Luz Pequeno

Diego Noleto Luz Pequeno

Pasture and Crop Modelling
Eduardo Gelcer

Eduardo Gelcer

Agrometeorology, Agroclimatology, Models
Enrique Jonathan Pinedo

Enrique Jonathan Pinedo

Geography
Fred W. Williams

Fred W. Williams

Computer Infrastructure Management and Data Acquisition.
José H. Andreis

José H. Andreis

iOS development
Herme Gerardo Cuervo

Herme Gerardo Cuervo

Remote Sensing, Vegetation Index, Climate Index, GIS Data Analysis
Oxana Uryasev

Oxana Uryasev

Analytics, Data Analyses, Software
Thiago Borba Onofre

Thiago Borba Onofre

Electrical Engineer
Vinicius Andrei Cerbaro

Vinicius Andrei Cerbaro

Computer Scientist
Yanan Liu

Yanan Liu

Web Application Development
Xiaozhen Shen

Xiaozhen Shen

Databases, Software, Statistics

A Member of the Southeast Climate Consortium

 

The Southeast Climate Consortium (SECC) is a collaboration of the University of Florida, Florida State University, University of Miami, University of Georgia, Auburn University, University of Alabama-Huntsville, Clemson University, and North Carolina State University funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).


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