Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Perception versus Reality: How the Consequences of Eutrophication Impact Subsistence Fishery Communities around Lake Victoria 2019 Jessica Corman, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Amber Roegner, University of Oregon
Characterizing FEW system typologies across the continental U.S. for informed FEW research 2019 Rebecca Muenich, Arizona State University, Rebecca Hale, Idaho State University
Global Dam Watch: Developing a community platform to map global dams, reservoirs, and river barriers 2019 Bernhard Lehner, McGill University, Michele Thieme, World Wildlife Fund
A socio-environmental synthesis of the linkages between water scarcity induced conflict and land use/land cover change in Africa to enhance multi-scalar decision making 2019 Erin L. Bunting, Michigan State University, Elizabeth A. Mack, Michigan State University
Can Enhancing Diversity Help Scale Up Agriculture's Benefits to People and the Environment? 2019 Zia Mehrabi, University of British Columbia, Claire Kremen, University of British Columbia
Simultaneously managing scale and uncertainty using innovative software design concepts in a tiered, system-of-systems modeling framework 2019 John Little, Virginia Tech, Hsiao-Hsuan (Rose) Wang, Texas A&M University
Using Integrated Socio-Environmental Networks to Improve the Management of Environmental Systems 2019 Kailin Kroetz, Resources for the Future and Arizona State University, Laura Dee,University of Minnesota
Advancing Behavioral Models of Private Land Stewardship to Improve Environmental Policy 2019 Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Resources for the Future, Robyn Wilson, The Ohio State University
Advancing Integrated Process-Based Modeling of Complex Socio-Environmental Systems 2019 Yusuke Kuwayama, Resources for the Future, Jesus Gomez-Velez, Vanderbilt University
The death and life of biodiversity: modeling extinction and resilience on islands 2018 Siobhán B. Cooke, Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Liliana M. Dávalos, Stony Brook University