Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Coastal Vulnerability 2016 Dean Hardy, SESYNC
Complexity of Improving Human Well-being & Conserving Biodiversity 2013 Neil Carter, SESYNC
Computational Environmental Justice Analysis 2015 Paul Mohai, University of Michigan, Michael Ash, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mary Collins, SUNY-ESF
Computational Summer Institute 2014 2014 Mary Shelley, SESYNC, Mike Smorul, SESYNC, Nicholas Magliocca, SESYNC
Computational Summer Institute 2015 2015 Mary Shelley, SESYNC, Mike Smorul, SESYNC, Nicholas Magliocca, SESYNC, Philippe Marchand, SESYNC, Kelly Hondula, SESYNC
Cooperation in Unpredictable Environments: A Socio-ecological Model for the Dynamics of a Semi-desert Community 2013 Andres Baeza Castro, SESYNC
Core Modeling Practices 2015 Tony Jakeman, Australian National University, Suzanne Pierce, University of Texas at Austin, Sondoss El Sawah, University of New South Wales, Australia
Creating a Global Database of How Different Populations within Cities are Dependent on Freshwater Ecosystem Services 2012 Robert I. McDonald, The Nature Conservancy, Deborah Balk, City University of New York Institute for Demographic Research and Baruch College
Cross-Disciplinary Statistical Applications in the Anthropocene 2017 Christopher Trisos, SESYNC, Noelle Beckman, SESYNC, Joe Maher, SESYNC
Cross-scale exploitation patterns and marine population collapse in international seafood markets 2017 Laura Elsler, Stockholm Resilience Center, Maartje Oostdijk, University of Iceland, Alfredo Giron-Nava, UC San Diego

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