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June Computing Updates

During the June maintenance window we performed a number of upgrades to our software environment. Below is a brief description of what we've been working to bring you.

Research Assistant

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), located in Annapolis, MD, seeks a Research Assistant who will contribute to multiple aspects of the Center’s research mission. The successful candidate will be a self-motivated, creative problem-solver with a strong interest in socio-environmental issues. The candidate will have a desire to learn and apply new tools in the service of interdisciplinary science teams who seek to answer pressing problems at the intersection of humans and the environment by synthesizing existing data, methods, and theories in novel ways.

Pursuit: Risk Perception in the Provision of Aquatic Ecosystem Services

 

"Risk Perception in the Provision of Aquatic Ecosystem Services"

This is a closed meeting for a funded group of visiting scholars.

We propose to convene a group of diverse scholars with expertise on the biophysical, psychological, socio-economic, health, and regulatory aspects of water quality issues to:

Pursuit: Gardening Wealth

 

"Gardening Wealth"

This is a closed meeting for a funded group of visiting scholars.

 In this study, we aim to understand a particular land transformationthe installment of community gardens on vacant lotsand quantify the effects on social and ecological wealth in four US cities, Baltimore (MD), Chicago (IL), Detroit (MI), and Portland (OR). 

Pursuit: Co-Creative Capacity

   
This is a closed meeting for a funded synthesis group of visiting scholars.

The purpose of the proposed synthesis team will be to synthesize and integrate transdisciplinary knowledge and research to develop tools, methods, and practices for building co-creative capacity in service to the use of evidence in practice to achieve wide scale socio-environmental impacts.

Pursuit: Urban Green Infrastructure

 

"Urban Green Infrastructure"

This is a closed meeting for a funded group of visiting scholars.

This project uses New York City as a case study to examine cumulative socio-ecological impacts of stormwater green infrastructure - an urban area experiencing the multiple pressures of rapid growth, climate change, and aging stormwater infrastructure.

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