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Planetary prediction services for society

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Information provision services are rapidly evolving towards providing better targeted information about our planet to meet the demands of society and decision makers. Providing important information about food, water, conflict, disease, economics, weather, and other planetary services is increasingly reliant on computational methods that integrate empirical evidence with sufficiently resolved models of the real systems to deliver the most reliable information presently possible. I will describe our work to advance state of the art in delivering information about our planet to those that most urgently need it.

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