Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Expanding Access to Data-intensive Remote Sensing Algorithms through Collaboration with the Socio-Environmental Science Research Community 2017 Michael Alonzo, American University, Jamon Van Den Hoek, Oregon State University
Saving Africa's Vultures 2017 William Bowerman, University of Maryland, Andre Botha, Endangered Wildlife Trust
Actionable Science in Transboundary River Basins 2017 Andrea Gerlak, University of Arizona, Anita Milman, University of Massachusetts
Indigenous Communities: Promoting Social and Ecological Sustainability in the Face of Climate Change 2017 Jeremy Pittman, University of Waterloo, Laura Coristine, University of Calgary
Cross-Disciplinary Statistical Applications in the Anthropocene 2017 Christopher Trisos, SESYNC, Noelle G. Beckman, SESYNC, Joseph Maher, SESYNC
Examining a Vacant Lot to Urban Garden Transitions to Determine Drivers of Ecological Wealth and Dearth 2017 Elsa C. Anderson, University of Illinois at Chicago, Monika Egerer, University of California, Santa Cruz
The economic value of climate stability from forests: The case of the Brazilian agricultural frontier 2016 Sally Thompson, University of California, Berkeley, Tim Griffin, Tufts University
Linking Trade, Biology, and Pet Owner Decisions to the Risk of Vertebrate Invasions in the US 2016 Julie Lockwood, Rutgers University, Christana Romagosa, University of Florida
Accounting for US Ecosystem Services at National and Subnational Scales 2016 Ken Bagstad, U.S. Geological Survey, Jane Carter Ingram, Ernst and Young, Carl Shapiro, U.S. Geological Survey
Qualitative Data Sharing 2016 Kristal Jones, SESYNC, Steven Alexander, SESYNC

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