The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) requests proposals for collaborative and interdisciplinary team-based research projects under two programs: Pursuits and Workshops.
Dr. Josh Schimel works with SESYNC postdocs Merle Eisenberg and Fushcia Hoover during a writing exercise.
By: Lauren White and Alaina Gallagher
Justinianic Plague Not a Landmark Pandemic?
A study of diverse datasets, including pollen, coinage, and funeral practices, reveals that the effects of the late antique plague pandemic commonly known as the Justinianic Plague may have been overestimated.
By: Alaina Gallagher
A new modeling approach can help researchers, policymakers, and the public better understand how policy decisions will influence human migration as sea levels rise around the globe, a new paper published in Nature Climate Change suggests.
How using qualitative data could address socio-environmental problems
Is the grass really greener on the other side? It just might be—but not without a lot of care and maintenance.
|Feb 21 / Winter Weather Whiplash: Examining Its Elements, Events, and Effects|
|Feb 20 / SESYNC Postdoc Develops New Course for Using Google Earth Engine in S-E Synthesis|
|Feb 7 / SESYNC Announces Five Newly Supported Graduate Projects|
|Feb 3 / SESYNC Invites Proposals for Interdisciplinary Team-Based Research|
|Feb 24 / Workshop: Enhancing Graduate Sustainability Leadership Skills with Socio-Environmental Synthesis|
|Feb 24 / Pursuit: Global Dam Watch: Developing a Community Platform to Map Global Dams, Reservoirs, and River Barriers|
|Feb 24 / Graduate Pursuit: The Interactions Between Agricultural Expansion and Conservation Prioritization, Discourse, and Practice: a Multi-Scalar Analysis in the Amazon Basin|
|Feb 25 / Graduate Pursuit: Identifying Socio-Environmental Watershed Typologies Based on Stormwater Pollution Using Machine Learning|