The five-day workshop on Climate Information for Adaptation and Policy Development, held at the Federal University of...
The Grazing Game is an online behavioral interactive game to understand the coping strategies of farmer-herders in the...
The Ministers of the ten WASCAL member countries and Germany, as well as representatives of the ECOWAS commission met...
With climate change being one of the most severe challenges to rural Africa in the 21st century, West Africa is facing an urgent need to develop effective adaptation and mitigation measures.
WASCAL (West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use) is a large-scale research-focused Climate Service Center designed to help tackle this challenge and thereby enhance the resilience of human and environmental systems to climate change and increased variability. It does so by strengthening the research infrastructure and capacity in West Africa related to climate change and by pooling the expertise of ten West African countries and Germany.
Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), WASCAL is implemented in a collaborative effort by West African and German partners.
2015 - Müller, Birgit | J. Schulze, David Kreuer, Anja Linstädter, and Karin Frank
2015 - Bamba, Adama | Bastien Dieppois, Abdourahamane Konaré, Thierry Pellarin, Ahmed Balogun, Nadine Dessay, Bamory Kamagaté, Issiaka Savané, Arona Diédhiou
2015 - Zoungrana, Benewinde J-B. | Christopher Conrad, Leonard K. Amekudzi, Michael Thiel, Evariste Dapola Da, Gerald Forkuor, and Fabian Löw
The WASCAL Data Discovery Portal provides public access for scientists and stakeholders to the WASCAL spatial data infrastructure (SDI). Within WASCAL a large number of heterogeneous data are collected. In order to facilitate the acquisition, provision, integration, management and exchange of these heterogeneous data resources within a scientific and non-scientific multiuser (distributed) environment the spatial data infrastructure (SDI) WADI (WAscal Data Infrastructure) has been build-up.