History Holds Key

When using the archeological past to examine sustainability, humans provide key functions in environments they inhabit.

The absence of humans in a landscape can have dramatic effects. Removing them from ecosystems can allow forests to advance, for example, but it can also cause human-dependent species to become extinct.

Seminar: Dr. Matt Huber

Rethinking Climate Change and Inequality: From Carbon Footprints to Class Power.

Seminar presented by Dr. Matt Huber, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

Seminar: Dr. Steward Pickett

Dynamic Urban Heterogeneity and the Co-production of Human Ecosystems.

Seminar presented by Dr. Steward Pickett , Cary institute of Ecosystem Studies.




Seminar : Dr. Chris Golden

The Impact of Global Fisheries Declines on Human Nutrition.

Seminar presented by Dr. Christopher Golden,  Harvard University.

Seminar: Dr. Nandita Basu

A Race against Time: Nutrient Legacies and Time Lags Provide New Insight into Improving Water Quality in Human-Impacted Landscapes


Seminar presented by Nandita Basu ,University of Waterloo.

Seminar : Dr. Vanessa Ezenwa

Helminth-microbe co-infection: insights from a natural system.

Seminar presented by Dr. Vanessa Ezenwa,University of Georgia .


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