Publications & Results
|Resource Title||Brief Summary|
|Using a Theory of Practice to Clarify Epistemological Challenges in Mixed Methods Research||
Nov 18, 2015
Article published in Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
|Using an integrated social-ecological analysis to detect effects of household herding practices on indicators of rangeland resilience in Mongolia||
Jul 12, 2018
Article published in Environmental Research Letters.
|Using authentic science in climate change education||
Feb 20, 2018
Article published in Applied Environmental Education and Communication.
|Using case study data to understand SES interactions: a model-centered meta-analysis of SES framework applications||
Jul 10, 2020
Article published in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
|Using existing data to improve community forestry outcomes (2016-13)||
Jul 24, 2017
This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2016.
|Using isotopes to incorporate tree water storage and mixing dynamics into a distributed ecohydrologic modelling framework||
Feb 18, 2020
Article published in Ecohydrology.
|Using social media to understand drivers of urban park visitation in the Twin Cities, MN||
Mar 19, 2018
Article published in Landscape and Urban Planning.
|Using Stakeholder Analysis in the Classroom||
Jul 08, 2016
The Best Practices for Teaching S-E Synthesis with Case Studies series features short articles by authors of SESYNC case studies describing promising case study methods, tools, and practices for teaching about S-E synthesis and related concepts and competencies. Using Stakeholder Analysis in the Classroom reflects on the value of stakeholder analysis exercises within the context of the SESYNC case study, Socio-Environmental Influences on Algal Blooms in the Western Lake Erie Basin.
|Using System Maps to Analyze Complex Social-Environmental Issues: A Case Study of Geoduck Aquaculture in the Puget Sound (2014-2)||
Nov 23, 2014
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.
|Using the DPSIR Framework for Transdsiciplinary Training and Knowledge Elicitation in the Gulf of Thailand||
Dec 01, 2016
Article published in Ocean and Coastal Management.