Communications

Seminar: Dr. Christopher Schell

Coyotes, Conflict, and Cities: Exploring the Role of Social Heterogeneity in Shaping Coyote Behavior

Virtual seminar presented by Dr. Christoper Schell, University of California, Berkeley

Virtual Seminar: October 5, 1 p.m.

Join us on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 1:00 P.M. for a virtual seminar with Dr. Melanie Malone on urban gardens and environmnetal injustices. Talk is free and open to the public. Registration required.

Seminar: Dr. Melanie Malone

Urban Gardens and Environmental Injustices: Collaborating with Communities to Address Risks to Gardeners

Virtual seminar presented by Dr. Melanie Malone, University of Washington, Bothell

Video: Building the Basics Part 3: Choosing a Modeling Approach

Building the Basics Part 3: "Choosing a Modeling Approach"

In the final video of this three part series, Dr. Margaret Palmer explains how to choose the right modeling approach, including when and why different modeling approaches are applied to socio-environmental systems.

Video: Building the Basics Part 2: Defining the Problem and Spanning Boundaries

Building the Basics Part 2: "Defining the Problem and Spanning Boundaries"

In the second video of this three-part series, Dr. Margaret Palmer discuses the vexing problems associated with socio-environmental systems and how diverse modeling teams can span boundaries to understand and explore solutions to these problems.

Video: Building the Basics Part 1: Socio-Environmental Systems as Complex Adaptive Systems

Building the Basics Part 1: "Socio-Environmental Systems as Complex Adaptive Systems"

In the first video of this three-part series, Dr. Margaret Palmer introduces the fundamental characteristics of socio-environmental systems as complex adaptive systems. This video lays the groundwork for understanding the essential features of non-linear dynamical systems that must be captured in models. 

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