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Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
Resource Title Brief Summary
Training Translational Ecologists: Moving from Accidental to Intentional Jul 26, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Calculate Your 'Beyond the Faucet' Water Consumption Jul 25, 2016

A new online water calculator shows ways you can save water.

Indirect Reciprocity, Resource Sharing, and Environmental Risk: Evidence from Field Experiments in Siberia Jul 21, 2016

Article published in PLoS ONE.

Art and Participatory Modelling Jul 21, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

RE: A Socio-Environmental Perspective on International Migration Jul 21, 2016

Response article published in Science.

Ten Communication Tips for Translational Scientists Jul 19, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

The Interplay Between Knowledge and Power Jul 14, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

From Fountain to Firehose Jul 12, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Concept Mapping: A Technique for Teaching about Systems and Complex Problems Jul 08, 2016

The Best Practices for Teaching S-E Synthesis with Case Studies series features short articles by authors of SESYNC case studies describing promising case study methods, tools, and practices for teaching about S-E synthesis and related concepts and competencies. Concept Mapping: A Technique for Teaching about Systems and Complex Problems describes this widely used educational technique and it's utility for teaching about S-E synthesis. It discusses why concept mapping is a particularly powerful teaching technique for teaching about S-E systems and complex S-E problems, and describe how it has been and can be used in S-E synthesis case studies.

Using Stakeholder Analysis in the Classroom Jul 08, 2016

The Best Practices for Teaching S-E Synthesis with Case Studies series features short articles by authors of SESYNC case studies describing promising case study methods, tools, and practices for teaching about S-E synthesis and related concepts and competencies. Using Stakeholder Analysis in the Classroom reflects on the value of stakeholder analysis exercises within the context of the SESYNC case study, Socio-Environmental Influences on Algal Blooms in the Western Lake Erie Basin.

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