Extractive Industries Research at Clark
The Clark Center for the Study of Natural Resource Extraction and Society promotes the collaborative research efforts of Clark faculty and student on extractive industries, infrastructure investment, energy, and agroindustry.
Humanitarian Response and Development Lab (HURDL)
The Humanitarian Response and Development Lab (HURDL) is a development/humanitarian assistance research and implementation lab engaged in projects ranging from policy development to project design and implementation in the Global South. Our projects encourage and promote the locally generated innovations that could change the lives of the global poor.
Based in the Graduate School of Geography, Clark Labs developed the IDRISI GIS and Image Processing software and TerrSet Geospatial Monitoring and Modeling software. Clark Lab products are used across the world in a variety of industries.
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