The goal of this three-day short course, held May 13–15, 2020, is to introduce quantitative scientists interested in socio-environmental synthesis to Shiny/R as a way of shrinking the gap between information generation in science and policy making or public outreach through the creation of web-based tools.
Title: Climatic and Human Influences on South American Extinctions, Microrefugia, and Tipping Points
Seminar presented by Mark Bush, Florida Institute of Technology
Title: Changing Nutrients, Changing Rivers
Seminar presented by Dr. Carles Ibáñez, Agrifood Research Institute & SESYNC
Title: Mutualistic Networks: Moving Closer to a Predictive Theory
Seminar presented by Dr. Fernanda Valdovinos, University of Michigan
Seminar Presented by Dr. Devon Payne-Sturges, University of Maryland
Title: The Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management: What Is the Role of Mixed Methods Approaches?
Seminar presented by Dr. Mysha Clarke, University of Florida
Title: The Race for Spring
Seminar presented by Dr. Elizabeth Wolkovich, University of British Columbia.
Rapid Talks by Environmental Policy Immersion Scholars: Doug Lipton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries; Laurie Alexander, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Joanna Goger, University of Maryland