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May 24, 2021
June 28 Webinar: Confronting Issues of Scale in Socio-Environmental Systems Modeling

Join SESYNC on June 28, 2021 for a live webcast focused on confronting issues of scale in socio-environmental systems modeling.


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Apr 13, 2021
Webinar: Uncertainty, Transparency and Robustness in Socio-Environmental Systems Modeling and Assessments

Join SESYNC on April 28, 2021 for a live webcast focused on uncertainty, transparency, and robustness in socio-environmental systems modeling and assessments. 


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Mar 25, 2021
Closing the Gap Between the Science and Management of Cold-Water Refuges

A recent SESYNC workshop brought together an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the United States, Europe, and Canada to address knowledge gaps between the current states of science and policy that may be inhibiting cold-water refuge conservation.


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Mar 23, 2021
Flood Risk Behavior is Driven by Local Water Conditions, but Shaped by Race

Researchers found that early doctors and scholars who studied ancient plagues have shaped our fears and expectations of pandemics today.


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Mar 17, 2021
Webinar: Understanding the Grand Challenges in Socio-Environmental Systems Modeling

Join SESYNC on April 14, 2021 for a live webcast focused on understanding the grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling.

 


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Mar 01, 2021
Postdocs Reflect on Intersection of Science Policy

SESYNC postdocs share thier takeaways from a recent discussion exploring the interface of science and policy with Global Council for Science and the Environment’s Michelle Wyman and Brenda Vitisia.


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Feb 17, 2021
SESYNC Welcomes Damani Eubanks—First Recipient of the Dr. Richard Payne Graduate Fellowship

SESYNC welcomes Damani Eubanks, the inaugural recipient of the Dr. Richard Payne Graduate Fellowship.


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Jan 25, 2021
Looking Forward to 2021 with the SESYNC Postdocs

SESYNC's postdoctoral fellows something they’re looking forward to in 2021 and/or a recent achievement from the past year. 

 


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Jan 19, 2021
Protected Areas Vulnerable to Growing Emphasis on Food Security

A new study from researchers at SESYNC and NIMBioS finds that croplands are prevalent in protected areas, challenging their efficacy in meeting conservation goals.


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Dec 17, 2020
Why Do We Assume Pandemics Result in Devastation?

Researchers found that early doctors and scholars who studied ancient plagues have shaped our fears and expectations of pandemics today.


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