SESYNC Announces Four Newly Supported Projects from Spring 2020 RFP

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Oct 22, 2020

 A picture of mangrove tress growing out of water

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) is pleased to announce four newly supported interdisciplinary research projects. The selected projects came from SESYNC’s Spring 2020 request for proposals (RFP) for collaborative team-based synthesis research Pursuits and Workshops around emerging socio-environmental synthesis topics. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, these projects will initiate their research virtually, while one of the workshops will be conducted entirely online.

More information about the awarded projects, which include two Pursuits and two Workshops, can be found below.

Pursuits: 

    1. Pursuit: Mangrove Science for Action – How Threats and National Governance Shape Mangrove Conservation Outcomes
      PIs: Dominic Andradi-Brown, World Wildlife Fund U.S.; Mischa Turschwell, Griffith University
      Abstract: http://www.sesync.org/project/pursuit-program/mangrove-science-for-action-%E2%80%93-how-threats-and-national-governance-shape

    2. Pursuit: Migration, Marginal Agricultural Land, and Tree-Cover Expansion in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
      PIs: Jeffrey Vincent, Duke University; Sara Curran, University of Washington
      Abstract: http://www.sesync.org/project/pursuit-program/migration-marginal-agricultural-land-and-tree-cover-expansion-in-low-and

Workshops:

    1. Workshop: A Socioecological Systems View of Urban Green Spaces for Evaluating Use and Equity
      PIs: Christopher Lepczyk, Auburn University; Charles Nilon, University of Missouri
      Abstract: http://www.sesync.org/project/workshop-program/a-socioecological-systems-view-of-urban-green-spaces-for-evaluating-use-and

    2. Workshop: Does Current Science Support the Management and Policy Needs of Cold-Water Refuges for Salmonids in a Changing World?
      PIs: Francine Mejia, U.S. Geological Survey; Valerie Ouellet, University of Birmingham
      Abstract: http://www.sesync.org/project/workshop-program/does-current-science-support-the-management-and-policy-needs-of-cold-water
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