Report results for your SESYNC projects here. Full Name * Email Address * Project Leaders (PIs) Please list the PIs of your project here, unless you are the PI. Project Name * Short or long title are acceptable. ESA citation format preferred. Please provide SESYNC with a copy of any new publications using the upload function below. Journal articles and book chapters: Include published or in press. Reports, white papers and other non-referred materials: Publications Upload Publications Upload Publications Upload Presentations: Indicate presenter, date, title and venue. Proposals submitted for follow-on research: Indicate funding status, title, investigators and sponsoring organization. Meetings or workshops initialized as a result of SESYNC synthesis activity: Indicate date, location, title, organizer and number of participants. Students involved with project and/or trained: List names, theses or dissertations, new courses, course materials or training workshops, including name, date, title. Data, software, tools, and websites produced from synthesis efforts: Please provide a brief description and provide SESYNC with a copy where appropriate. Stories related to your synthesis efforts: Please write a few sentences or paragraph on new insights or "stories" such as: your research topic, your findings thus far, about experiences or learning in interdisciplinary settings, and/or data management/analysis. Outreach [specifically for knowledge users, e.g. NGO, non-profit, govt, business]: Include any outreach efforts, such as public lectures, participation in public hearings, or other influence on policy creation or alteration. Publicity in popular press: Include articles in popular magazines, radio and video coverage, and online publicity (especially for knowledge users, e.g. NGO, non-profit, govt, business). Comments: Please provide suggestions and ideas for improving SESYNC's effectiveness, and indicate approaches that were particularly successful. As we pursue new outreach efforts, please let us know of any interactions you may have with the public resulting from these efforts.