START - The Road from Bellagio


Entry_ID: GCRIO 273 GCRIO_Inventory: 2 Entry_Title: START - The Road from Bellagio Document_Author: Fuchs, Roland J. Agency_Name: START>Global Change System for Research, Analysis and Training Start_Date: 1994-12-01
Group: Summary
Audience_Interest_Guide: Research Community
Audience_Interest_Guide: Scientific Institutes
Audience_Interest_Guide: Government

The START initiative developed from the "Workshop on Global Change
Regional Research Centers: From Concepts to Reality" in Bellagio, Italy,1990.
The author cites the evolution and accomplishments of START since
Bellagio, and future activities for the organization.
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Group: Data_Center
Data_Center_Name: START
Dataset_ID: Same as Entry_Title
Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: None
First_Name: None
Email: None
Phone: (202) 457-5480
Fax: (202) 457-5859
Group: Address
1825 K Street NW
Suite 1101
Washington, DC,
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Storage_Medium: 9 pages printed matter
Parameter: None
Discipline: Life Sciences > Environmental Science
Discipline: Applied Sciences > Communications
Discipline: Applied Sciences > Telecommunications
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Earth Science
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Environmental Studies
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Chemistry
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Atmospheric Sciences
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Climatology
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Atmosphere
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Land
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Freshwater
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Ocean
Location: Global
Location: North America > United States > Washington, DC
Keyword: sustainable development
Keyword: regional networks
Keyword: scientific research
Keyword: global change research
Keyword: IGBP>International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme
Keyword: HDP>Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Programme
Keyword: WCRP>World Climate Research Programme
Keyword: training workshops
Keyword: regional environmental research