24-27 May 2021
Virtual
America/Chicago timezone

High-throughput horizon screening for invasive species at USGS

25 May 2021, 13:00
20m
Virtual

Virtual

Speaker

Richard Erickson (USGS)

Description

The US Geological Survey (USGS) is currently leading a horizon scanning for new invasive species for the United States (US). This horizon scan is using a climate match to assess how climate in potential invasive species’ non-US range matches the climate in different parts of the US. We developed a high-throughput assessment using HTCondor to examine 8,000+ species. We will describe our workflow and how we created an R package, used Docker, and HTCondor for the assessment and provide suggestions for other people wanting to use R with HTCondor.

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