Supplementary global data on livestock feed biomass supply

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  • Supplementary global data on livestock feed ...

    Development of a database of global feed supply from feed grain, crop residue and grasses, compatible with the Global economic model IMPACT and for enahnced application to developing countries.

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Created Friday 19th of February, 2021
Last updated Friday 19th of February, 2021
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract Enhance and apply the IMPACT system of models to examine multiple and likely conflicting trends and related goals at the global and regional scales, and for selected countries, in the context of changes in population, income, technology and climate to 2050
How this dataset could be used by others This dataset is direcly applicable for use as the baseline feed data for the global economic model IMPACT. It is adaptable for use with models with similar representation of the global agricultural and food system
Principal investigator Enahoro, D.
Principal investigator email d.enahoro@cgiar.org
Partners ILRI; IFPRI
Other researchers involved Oloo, S.; Ravi, D.; Komarek, A.
Contact person Enahoro, D.
Contact email d.enahoro@cgiar.org
Custodian Enahoro, D.
Custodian email d.enahoro@cgiar.org
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Commodities
AGROVOC Tags
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Intellectual Property Ownership ILRI
Citation Enahoro, D., Oloo, S.; Ravi, D.; Komarek, A. (NaN). Supplementary global data on livestock feed biomass supply. ILRI. Available at https://data.ilri.org/dataset/supplementary-global-data-on-livestock-feed-biomass-supply, retrieved on (add date here)
Acknowledgements Herrero, M.; Sircely, J.; Boone, R.

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Project title [IFPRI Global] Livestock and fish production, consumption of animal-sourced foods, and climate change to 2050
Project abstract Enhance and apply the IMPACT system of models to examine multiple and likely conflicting trends and related goals at the global and regional scales, and for selected countries, in the context of changes in population, income, technology and climate to 2050
Grant code ILRI-CCAFS Contract C-078-17
Donor CCAFS
Partners IFPRI, ILRI, WorldFish, Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, University of Queensland, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
Start date 01/01/2018
End date 31/12/2021
Principal investigator Wiebe, K.