Computational Results



SESYNC is committed to public dissemination of data and to open-source software development and distribution. When synthesis projects result in the creation of original datasets or databases, new software or web tools, analysis or model code, SESYNC will work with science teams to locate appropriate repositories and long-term storage for these resources. See below for a list of datasets, software tools, and computationally-oriented publications from on-going and completed SESYNC-supported projects:

Resources Date
Modeling Sustainability: Population, Inequality, Consumption, and Bidirectional Coupling of the Earth and Human Systems Dec 11, 2016

Article published in National Science Review.

Simple or Complicated Agent-Based Models? A Complicated Issue Dec 01, 2016

Article published in Environmental Modelling & Software.

Esri Storymap: Endangered Reefs, Threatened People Nov 09, 2016

Esri Storymap titled "Endangered Reefs, Threatened People" produced in conjunction with the "Using Spatial Data and Analysis to Understand the Human Impacts of Ocean Acidification" SESYNC synthesis team paper in PLOS ONE.

Coral Reefs and People in a High-CO2 World: Where Can Science Make a Difference to People? Nov 09, 2016

Article published in PLOS ONE.

Networks and the Politics of the Environment Nov 01, 2016

Chapter published in The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks.

What Commodities and Countries Impact Inequality in the Global Food System? Sep 22, 2016

Article published in Environmental Research Letters.

Fishing degrades size structure of coral reef fish communities Sep 21, 2016

Article published in Global Change Biology.

PostGIS Tools Aug 30, 2016

Tools for interacting with PostgreSQL/PostGIS databases.

Understanding and Managing Social–Ecological Feedbacks in Spatially Structured Recreational Fisheries: The Overlooked Behavioral Dimension Aug 24, 2016

Article published in Fisheries.

Food System Resilience Indicators Data Aug 09, 2016

These data on global food system resilience indicators were used for the analysis and to generate the figures in Seekell et al. (in press).

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