High Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels Threaten Coral Reefs and People
As atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels rise, very few coral reef ecosystems will be spared the impacts of ocean acidification or sea surface temperature rise, according to a new analysis. The damage will cause the most immediate and serious threats where human dependence on reefs is highest.
Foundations of Restoration Ecology, second edition, published by Island Press
Udita Sanga, PhD student at Michigan State University and now co-PI of the Agrarian Adaptation Graduate Student Puruist Group, sharing her insights and engaging with other graduate students at the 2015 Graduate Student Workshop.
Lars Olson, SESYNC Sabbatical Fellow
National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center at UMD Receives $28.5M Renewal From the National Science Foundation
Center focuses on finding solutions to complex environmental problems
Study: Globalization hasn’t affected what we grow and eat as much as you might think