Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
International Forestry Resources & Institutions (IFRI) Research on Forest Social Ecological Systems for Actionable Science 2012 Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan, Peter Newton, University of Colorado, Boulder
Rural Forest Communities at a Tipping Point? Trends & Actionable Research Opportunities 2012 Brian McGill, School of Biology and Ecology, University of Maine, Kathleen Bell, School of Economics, University of Maine
Using Spatial Data and Analysis to Understand the Human Impacts of Ocean Acidification 2012 Linwood Pendleton, Duke University, Sarah Cooley, Ocean Conservancy, Lisa Suatoni, Natural Resources Defense Council
Cyberinfrastructure Priorities & Needs of NSF BIO Centers 2012 Margaret Palmer, SESYNC
Socio-Environmental Synthesis Education 2012 Dave Hawthorne, SESYNC
Globalizing Our Understanding of Land-use Change 2012 Jasper van Vliet, Amsterdam Global Change Institute, University Amsterdam, Erle C. Ellis, Geography & Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Sustainable Social Networks in Alaska 2012 Drew Gerkey, SESYNC
Microbial Ecosystem Services 2012 Gautam Dantas, Washington University, Catherine Febria, University of Maryland, Mike Beman, University of California, Merced, Francis de los Reyes III, North Carolina State University
Citizen Science, Butterfly Monitoring & Cyberinfrastructure 2012 Leslie Ries, SESYNC
Synthesis to Link Understanding, Planning, & Management of Urban Ecosystems in China 2012 Wei-Ning Xiang, East China Normal University, Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan

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