--------------Everyone is the sculptor of future!----------------------------
- Am I going to live in a more crowed neighbourhood?
- Where are my future partners from?
- Who are my babies making friends with?
- Where to find my favourite trees and cute animals?
- I heard about climate change, can I feel safe and cool in the future?
You are the answers to those questions!
Our team is using the Government data to tell you the distribution of projected population in Victoria. Based on births data, we are able to understand the culture backgrounds of newborns, and to what level the culture are bending together in the future. Do you know the mating preference of Australia ladies and gentlemen? Browse our website to get the answers.
Beside, we also provide you maps of current vegetation conditions. You can locate your favourite trees along the street of city of Melbourne and understand the water or vegetation quality near your neighbourhood. We also show you an example the future distribution of certain tree species in Victoria Central highland based on Forest Landscape Simulation Model (LANDIS-II http://www.landis-ii.org/), to tell you the difference of vegetation distribution under sustainable forest management scenarios.
Remember everyone is the sculptor of future!
Projected Population (Victoria)
VIF2008 Projected Population
VIF 2016 Victoria - One Page Profile
Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 1 - Main Structure and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas
ABS Postal Area Concordances, Aug 2006
Tools: ArcGIS, CARTO Editor
Birth & culture background (Global)
batch xy coordinates
software: ArcGIS, CARTO Editor, SPSS
Current Vegetation Condition
Vegetation quality along waterway (Greater Melbourne)
Melbourne's Urban Forest Tree data (City of Melbourne)
Future Simulation (example of Victoria central highland)
References(background of central highland)
Forest Landscape Simulation Model
Making gif pictures
Future climate scenarios
OzClim web site http://www.csiro.au/ozclim/home.do.
Future climate generated from outputs of the Max Planck General Circulation Model (ECHAM5) as provided for the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report based on the A1FI emission scenario. The ECHAM5 model had one of the best overall ratings in terms of matching historical patterns of temperature, rainfall and atmospheric pressure.
Future weather prediction software
Data analyst: Ruizhu JIANG firstname.lastname@example.org
Developer: Nan Li email@example.com
Designer: Yunman Tian firstname.lastname@example.org
Designer: Yanling Wu email@example.com