Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Socio-Environmental Impacts of Large Hydropower Dams across the Global South 2020 Maria Claudia Lopez Perez, Michigan State University, Emilio F. Moran, Michigan State University, Sergio Villamayor-Tomás, ICTA, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Past Answers to Current Concerns: Historical Cases of Navigating Socio-Environmental Stress 2020 John Haldon, Princeton University, Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Understanding the Consequences of Changing Socio-Ecological Systems for Human-Wildlife Coexistence in the Americas 2020 A. Sofía Nanni, CONICET, National University of Tucuman, Tara Teel, Colorado State University
Bringing West Nile Virus Forecasting Approaches Together to Better Serve Stakeholders in a Changing Environment 2020 Alexander Keyel, New York State Department of Health and University of Albany, Rebecca Smith, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
Rivershift: A global analysis of oligotrophication trends in rivers and their ecological consequences 2019 Carles Ibáñez, IRTA, Siobhan Fennessy, Kenyon College
Foundations of Socio-Environmental Research: Authors’ workshop for a compilation of classic and contemporary writings tracing the development of socio-environmental research 2019 Simone Pulver, UC Santa Barbara, William Burnside, Nature Sustainability
Characterizing FEW system typologies across the continental U.S. for informed FEW research 2019 Rebecca Muenich, Arizona State University, Rebecca Hale, Idaho State University
Global Dam Watch: Developing a community platform to map global dams, reservoirs, and river barriers 2019 Bernhard Lehner, McGill University, Michele Thieme, World Wildlife Fund
Planning Workshop for Counter Climates: Petro-Infrastructure and Indigenous land, water, and atmosphere protection in Canada and the American Midwest. 2019 Zoe Todd, Carleton University, Ozayr Saloojee, Carleton University
SESYNC Networks-of-Networks Workshop 2019 Carrie Hritz, SESYNC