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The rise in globalization has led to regional climate events having an increased effect on global food security. These indirect first- and second-order effects are generally geographically disparate from the region experiencing the climate event. Without understanding the topology of the food trade network, international aid may be naively directed to the countries directly experiencing the climate event and not to countries that will face potential food insecurity due to that event. This thesis focuses on the development of a visual analytics system for exploring second-order effects of climate change under the lens of global trade. In order to visualize …
- Seville, Travis Allen, Maciejewski, Ross, Hsiao, I-Han, et al.
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