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Apr 09, 2020
Climate Change to Cause Abrupt Species Loss this Century

A new study led by former SESYNC postdoc Christopher Trisos published in Nature reveals that the disruption of biodiversity from climate change on land and in the oceans could happen sooner than previously thought—possibly as early as 2030.


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Apr 06, 2020
SESYNC Postdoc Creates Resources for Educators Transitioning to Virtual Classrooms

SESYNC postdoc Merle Eisenberg has created two websites, Middle Ages for Educators and Infectious Historians, to provides resources to educators on historical plagues and pandemics.


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Apr 06, 2020
A Reflection on My Science-Art Hybridity in Facing Complex Socio-Environmental Problems

SESYNC Postdoc Se Jong Cho explains the connections between her art and scientific research.


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Mar 25, 2020
Effectively Including Online Participants in Onsite Meetings

A group of SESYNC particpants from the Theme “Building Resources for Complex, Action-Oriented Team Science” share their best tips for effectively including online particiapnts in meetings in this blog from Integration and Implementation Insights


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Mar 16, 2020
A Note about the Coronavirus Crisis

SESYNC Statement Regarding COVID-19


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Mar 06, 2020
New SESYNC Workshop Highlights the Potential Use of NEON AOP Data in Convergent Socio-Environmental Research

SESYNC recently hosted the workshop People, Land, and Ecosystems: Leveraging NEON for Soico-Environmental Synthesis to explore the potential for using NEON Airborne Observation Platform data in synthesis research. 


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Mar 06, 2020
SESYNC Postdoc Interviewed on CNN about Pandemics

In a recent interview on CNN’s International channel, SESYNC postdoc Merle Eisenberg lent his pandemic expertise to a discussion about the coronavirus. 


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Mar 02, 2020
Understanding Public Art’s Role in Achieving Environmental Outcomes

Bianca Lopez, Chris Field, and Se Jong Cho, all current or former postdoctoral researchers at SEYSNC, were the principal investigators of a recent workshop working to understand public art’s role in achieving environmental outcomes.


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Feb 25, 2020
SESYNC’s Public Health Immersion Workshop: Interdisciplinary Themes of Resilience and Social Determinants of Health

In a recent Immersion workshop on public health, SESYNC postdocs had the opportunity to interact with three public health scholars whose research programs span environmental exposure, feedbacks between human health and sustainability, and mental health and cognition.


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Feb 21, 2020
Winter Weather Whiplash: Examining Its Elements, Events, and Effects

Dr. Alix Contosta recently presented her talk ‘Winter Weather Whiplash: Impacts of Compound Extreme Winter Weather Events on Coupled Human and Natural Systems,’ as part of SESYNC's seminar series. 

 


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