Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
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
Global Knowledge Gaps 2015 Nicholas Magliocca, SESYNC, Erle Ellis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Global landcover change and water resources 2018 Se Jong Cho, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Betsy Otto, Collaborating Mentor, Charles J. Vorosmarty, Collaborating Mentor
Global socioeconomic drivers of insect invasions 2018 Andrew Liebhold, US Forest Service, Michael Springborn, University of California-Davis
Global Synthesis of Hillslope Terracing 2014 Matthew LaFevor, SESYNC
Globalization of the Live Plant Trade: Informing Efficient Strategies for Reducing Non-Native Pest Invasion Risk 2012 Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Resources for the Future, Andrew Liebhold, US Forest Service
Globalizing Our Understanding of Land-use Change 2012 Jasper van Vliet, Amsterdam Global Change Institute, University Amsterdam, Erle C. Ellis, Geography & Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Governance & Surprise 2014 Steven Alexander, SESYNC, Jeremy Pittman, University of Waterloo
Grassland Time Series 2016 Ginger Allington, SESYNC
Green and Just 2019 Fushcia-Ann Hoover, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Sara Meerow, Collaborating Mentor

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