Read about SESYNC postdocs Lee Mordechai and Merle Eisenberg's research on the Justinianic Plague, as featured on CNN and in USA Today.
Graphic by Elizabeth Herzfeldt-Kamprath
Justinianic Plague Not a Landmark Pandemic?
A study of diverse datasets, including pollen, coinage, and funeral practices, reveals that the effects of the late antique plague pandemic commonly known as the Justinianic Plague may have been overestimated.
By: Alaina Gallagher
A new modeling approach can help researchers, policymakers, and the public better understand how policy decisions will influence human migration as sea levels rise around the globe, a new paper published in Nature Climate Change suggests.
How using qualitative data could address socio-environmental problems
Is the grass really greener on the other side? It just might be—but not without a lot of care and maintenance.
The first workshop: "S-E Approaches to Watershed Management and Governance Workshop" is now accepting applications. Deadline: January 10, 2019
|Dec 10 / Reshaping Research: How the SESYNC culture and collegial approach support new science teams|
|Dec 2 / How Hummingbirds May Show a Different Interpretation of Natural History|
|Dec 2 / Justinianic Plague Not a Landmark Pandemic?|
|Nov 27 / Three Lessons I Learned from Attending the 2019 Science Writers Conference as a Scientist|
|Dec 17 / Seminar: Dr. Joshua Schimel|
|Dec 18 / Pursuit: Understanding causal pathways and feedbacks within complex water management systems|
|Jan 7 / Towards a practical environmental footprint tool|
|Jan 7 / Graduate Pursuit: Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Using Marine Protected Areas to Investigate Potential Socio-Ecological Impacts of Climate Change in Marine Spatial Planning|