Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Cyberinfrastructure Priorities & Needs of NSF BIO Centers 2012 Margaret Palmer, SESYNC
Dams and Water Scarcity 2016 Albert Ruhi, SESYNC
Data to Motivate Synthesis 2014 Kristal Jones, SESYNC, Jonathan Kramer, SESYNC, Jim Boyd, SESYNC, Nick Magliocca, University of Alabama, Kelly Hondula, SESYNC
Data-Driven Drought Effect 2016 Emily Burchfield, Vanderbilt University, John Nay, Vanderbilt University, Jonathan Proctor, University of California, Berkeley
Decision-Support Tools for Pest Control 2014 Daniel Karp, University of California, Davis, Rebecca Chaplin-Kramer, Stanford University
Design Considerations for Complex Integrated Projects 2015 Harold Mooney, Stanford University
Detecting Signatures of Socio-Ecological Innovation in Urbanizing Regions 2014 Marina Alberti, University of Washington
Disproportionality, Inequality, & Vulnerability in Socio-Ecological Systems 2013 Mary Collins, SESYNC
Distilling the Public Discourses and Nexus between Water Quality and Social Inequality 2019 Helen Rosko, Clark University, Mitchell Owens, Indiana University Bloomington, Kristin Sleeper, University of Montana
Diverse pathways to nourishment: Understanding how agricultural biodiversity enhances food security and nutrition 2018 Alder Keleman Saxena, Aarhus University, Garrett Graddy-Lovelace, American University School of International Service

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