Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
Resource Titlesort descending Brief Summary
Tell Them We Don't Want to Leave: The Marshallese and Sea-Level Rise (2014-10) Jan 02, 2015

This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2014. This case has been classroom tested and selected by SESYNC as an exemplary S-E synthesis case study.

Temporal Myopia: A Case of Promising New Technologies, the Federal Government, and Inherent Conflicts of Interest Apr 04, 2013

Book chapter published in Research in Social Problems and Public Policy.

 

Ten Communication Tips for Translational Scientists Jul 19, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Ten Dimensions of Integration: Guidelines for Modellers Mar 08, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Testing ecosystem accounting in the United States: A case study for the Southeast Apr 08, 2020

Article published in Ecosystem Services.

Testing predictability of disease outbreaks with a simple model of pathogen biogeography Nov 13, 2019

Article published in Royal Society Open Science.

The 'seafood gap' in the food-water nexus literature-- issues surrounding freshwater use in seafood production chains May 16, 2017

Article published in Advances in Water Resources.

The Adaptive Water Governance Project: Assessing Law, Resilience and Governance in Regional Socio-Ecological Water Systems Facing a Changing Climate Nov 04, 2014

Article published in Idaho Law Review, Natural Resources and Environmental Law Edition.

The Amazing Opportunity 2017 is Bringing to Business Jan 11, 2017

If we can show how sustainability drives value, the private sector can lead the way to a better world. Article in Ensia.

The Blind Spot in the Green Revolution: Temples, Terraces & Rice Farmers of Bali (2013-14) Jun 11, 2014

This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2013.

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