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
Interacting Effects of Newcastle Disease Transmission and Illegal Trade on a Wild Population of White-Winged Parakeets in Peru: A Modeling Approach Jan 27, 2016

Article published in PLoS ONE.

Linking 'toxic outliers' to environmental justice communities Jan 26, 2016

Article published in Environmental Research Letters.

The socio-environmental data explorer (SEDE): a social media–enhanced decision support system to explore risk perception to hazard events Jan 12, 2016

Article published in Cartography and Geographic Information Science.

A theoretical model of water and trade. Jan 11, 2016

Article published in Advances in Water Resources.

Unequal Carbon Exchanges: The Environmental and Economic Impacts of Iconic U.S. Consumption Items Nov 25, 2015

Article published in the Journal of Industrial Ecology.

State-space modeling to support management of brucellosis in the Yellowstone bison population Nov 01, 2015

Article published in Ecological Monographs.

Towards integrated social–ecological sustainability indicators: Exploring the contribution and gaps in existing global data Oct 01, 2015

Article published in the Ecological Economics.

Phylogenetic community structure metrics and null models: A review with new methods and software Aug 29, 2015

Article published in Ecogeography: Pattern and Process in Ecology.

Virtual groundwater transfers from overexploited aquifers in the United States Jul 14, 2015

Article published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Causality Analysis: Identifying the Leading Element in a Coupled Dynamical System Jun 30, 2015

Article published in PLoS ONE.

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