Publications & Results
|Resource Title||Brief Summary|
|VIDEO: A Tale of Two Networks: Women, Social Media, & Sustainability||
Jun 17, 2013
On February 12, 2013, the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) welcomed Dr. Gillian Bowser of Colorado State University to present the SESYNC Seminar "A Tale of Two Networks: Women, Social Media, & Sustainability." Watch the video here.
|VIDEO: Sensing Risk for Resilience: Heat Waves in Urban America||
Jun 17, 2013
On May 14, 2013, the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) welcomed Dr. Sabrina McCormick of George Washington University and Evidence Based Media to present the SESYNC Seminar "Sensing Risk for Resilience: Heat Waves in Urban America." Watch the video here.
|VIDEO: The 4th Paradigm: Connecting Learners to Complex Science||
Jun 17, 2013
On March 12, 2013, the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) welcomed Dr. Stephen Uzzo, Vice President of Science and Technology, New York Hall of Science, to present the SESYNC Seminar "The 4th Paradigm: Connecting Learners to Complex Science." Watch the video here.
|Water Science Software Institute: An Open Source Engagement Process||
May 18, 2013
Conference proceedings for Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (SE-CSE13).
|Google Earth Tours: Monarch Butterflies Migration||
May 10, 2013
As a part their ongoing collaboration with Encyclopedia of Life and a Google Outreach Developer Grant, Atlantic Public Media has produced four Google Earth presentations for their series One Species At A Time: Stories of Bio-Diversity on the Move.
SESYNC researcher Leslie Ries contributed to the Google Earth Tour on monarch butterfly migration.
|Introducing AMV (Animal Movement Visualizer), a visualization tool for animal movement data from satellite collars and radiotelemetry||
May 05, 2013
Article published in Ecological Informatics.
|Cooperation in Context: Public Goods Games and Post-Soviet Collectives in Kamchatka, Russia||
Apr 16, 2013
Economic game experiments have become a prominent method among social scientists developing and testing theories of cooperation. These games provide a valuable opportunity to generate measures of cooperation that can be compared from one place to the next, yet challenges remain in how to interpret cross-cultural differences in these experiments and connect them to cooperation in naturally occurring contexts. I address these challenges by examining framing effects in public goods games (PGGs) with salmon fishers and reindeer herders in Kamchatka, Russia.
|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.
|Landscape as Method and Medium for the Ecological Design of Cities||
Mar 01, 2013
Book chapter published in Resilience in Ecology and Urban Design.
|A Scoping Workshop on the Macroevolution of Ecosystem Services||
Jan 30, 2013
At SESYNC, the working group identified a set of closely related fundamental questions under the umbrella of the macroevolution of ecosystem services. The team then distinguished an interlinked set of ground-level topics from several follow-up questions that were of equal or greater interest levels, but which hinged on having the fundamental work in place.