CIRC Data Mining Team

The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC) is a climate-science-to-climate-action team funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  CIRC is a mix of scientists from varied disciplines including atmospheric and social science, and is a proud member of NOAA’s Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program, a national leader in climate science and adaptation.

The CIRC data mining stream is a component of CIRC, and is exploring ways to use data mining and machine learning techniques to understand relationships of climate and drought with areas such as agriculture and health.

 

Team members

Dr. Paul Gessler, University of Idaho
Dr. Phil Mote, Oregon State University
Dr. David Rupp, Oregon State University
Dr. John Abatzoglou, University of Idaho
Dr. Katherine Hegewisch, University of Idaho
Dr. Dominique Bachelet,University of Oregon/Conservation Biology Institute
Erich Seamon, University of Idaho (PhD Student)

 

Recent Presentations and Team News

March 6th DM Presentation

April 17th Creative Commons presentation

May 15th DM CIRC Seminar Presentation

April 2018 results slides, Data Mining and Agriculture

 

Projects

Agriculture Knowledge Discovery Dashboard (CIRC login required)

Hydrology Knowledge Discovery Dashboard (CIRC login required)