Communications

Seminar: Cassandra Gaither

Seminar presented by Cassandra Gaither, Natural Resources Sociologist with the U.S. Forest Service.

Heirs' Property Ownership and the Efficiency Question

Cassandra Johnson Gaither, USDA Forest Service

Seminar: Bill Fagan

Personal protection campaigns:  Modelling control strategies in vector-borne disease epidemiology

Seminar presented by Bill Fagan, Professor of Biology at the University of Maryland.

Seminar: Dr. Nalini Nadkarni

From Ivory Tower to Prison Tower: How Scientists can Engage the Science-Unengaged

Seminar presented by Nalini Nadkarni, Professor, Department of Biology at the University of Utah.

Scientists are increasingly concerned with the growing dis

Seminar: Billy Hall

The Political Ecology of Segregation

Seminar presented by Billy Hall, SESYNC.

SESYNC seminars are open to all interested attendees. Join us in Annapolis!

Seminar: SESYNC Postdocs

Seminar presented by Maia Call, Bianca Lopez, Colin Carlson, Tijana Jovanovic, and Billy Hall 1st Year Postdoctoral Fellows at  SESYNC. 

 

SESYNC seminars are open to all interested attendees. Join us in Annapolis!

Seminar: SESYNC Postdocs

 

Seminar presented by Chris Field, Dexter Locke, Rob Rankin, and Nate Jones, 1st Year Postdoctoral Fellows at SESYNC.

SESYNC seminars are open to all interested attendees. Join us in Annapolis!

Synergistic interactions of environmental degradation, socio-economic development and infectious disease dynamics in the Amazon region

 

The Amazon is changing rapidly due to human impacts. Deforestation initiated by colonization policies has changed land-type composition, economic activities, and the decisions and behaviors of millions of people who migrated to these frontiers.Economic activities have also altered the habitat of many species, including that of pathogens and their hosts. In particular, several studies have documented the impacts of socio-ecological changes on the population dynamics of vector-borne diseases.

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