“He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.”—John Swift, Irish essayist, novelist, satirist
The Colorado River is the hardest working river in the West. It flows through seven states, two countries, provides water to approximately 40 million people, and irrigates nearly 4.5 million acres of farmland. Ten hydroelectric dams have the capacity to produce more than 4,200 megawatts of electricity: enough to power between three and four million average U.S. homes. But this progress was not achieved without altering the habitat and threatening the existence of four native fish species.
SESYNC introduces three exciting new Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2017
New Postdoc Fellowship Opportunities at SESYNC
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications for three exciting new Postdoctoral Fellowship opportunities that are scheduled to start in August 2017.
SESYNC’s Nick Magliocca wins award for best presentation
By Emily Cassidy
Dr. Nick Magliocca, assistant research professor at SESYNC, won a prestigious award for the best presentation by a junior researcher at the 2017 Agent Based Modeling Symposium last week.