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    C.C.A.F.S. “Agricultural and Land-use Databases for Climate Smart Agriculture.” C.C.A.F.S. “Agricultural and Land-use Databases for Climate Smart Agriculture.” Presentation Transcript

    • C.C.A.F.S. “Agricultural and Land-use Databases for Climate Smart Agriculture.” Stephen Mutua, Web-developer, ICRAF & GNO Technology Harvey Herr, GIS Consultant, ICRAF.
    • WEB-INTERFACE: PURPOSE: to permit public access to both the Crop [distribution] database and the Change database. HOW IT WAS BUILT: Data was loaded on Google fusion tables. We used JavaScript to generate the queries from the tables - And to populate the dropdowns and the map queries. The layout uses twitter bootstrap and the pages are being served by Django and Python.
    • Where to find it: URL (please wait 2 weeks): http://gsl.worldagroforestry.org/ccafs Data will be hosted independently World Agroforestry Center Geoscience Lab Geoportal: http://geoportal.worldagroforestry.org/ Forthcoming developments: Integration of actual aerial photos (2013) and associated APS data within search queries, and within the Geoportal so that you may see what the interpreters saw.