Apply by Dec. 6, 2019 for SESYNC's People, Land, and Ecosystems: Leveraging NEON for Socio-Environmental Synthesis Workshop.
Urban Agriculture Socio-Environmental Synthesis: An Integration of the Ecosystem Services and Livelihoods Approaches to Evaluate the Multifaceted Role of Urban Agriculture in Contemporary Latin America
Urban agriculture (UA) demonstrates a renewed potential to alleviate poverty, food insecurity, and enhance urban communities economies and ecosystems.
Microbial disease dynamics, ecosystem processes, and human eutrophication of the environment
This Pursuit will synthesize the relationships among rates of ecosystem eutrophication arising from human activities, host-pathogen interactions in primary producers, ecosystem processes, and their feedbacks to human health and well-being.
Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Using Marine Protected Areas to Investigate Potential Socio-Ecological Impacts of Climate Change in Marine Spatial Planning
Marine protected areas (MPAs) are an important tool in the context of marine spatial planning where resources are managed according to specific regulations that typically focus on conservation and sustainable harvesting.
An interview with Phillip P.A. Staniczenko on collaborating across discplines with Steven M. Alexander
"New Scenarios and Models for Climate Engineering"
Existing climate models consider climate engineering technologies in far too limited a fashion. This project responds to that gap. The project will produce the first set of scenarios and models that integrate both the social and environmental aspects of climate engineering technologies and that, in addition, help policymakers understand potential interactions between climate engineering technologies and existing mitigation efforts.
Research shows that social influence can impact small-scale fishers’ catch portfolios
By: Lauren White, SESYNC