Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort ascending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Reef Ecosystem Services 2014 Lauren Yeager, SESYNC
Qualitative Data Sharing 2016 Kristal Jones, SESYNC, Steven Alexander, SESYNC
Putting pesticides on the map to guide conservation of pollinators and their ecosystem services 2017 Margaret Douglas, Dickinson College, Christina Grozinger, Pennsylvania State University
Putting people into climate models: A multi-model approach to integrating human behavior and climate change 2019 Brian Beckage, University of Vermont, Katherine M. Lacasse, Rhode Island College
Pushed to the Edge: A Socio-Environmental Analysis of Climate Gentrification along the East Coast of the United States 2020 Kelsea Best, Vanderbilt University, Md Sariful Islam, Virginia Tech University, Zeynab Jouzi, North Carolina State University
Predictive modeling of the relationships among infrastructure, resource extraction, and environmental governance in Latin American forests 2019 Anthony Bebbington, Clark University, Rebecca Ray, Boston University
Predicting the Effects of Environmental Change on Natural Ecosystems 2016 Phillip Staniczenko, SESYNC
Predicting Human–Wildlife Conflicts 2014 Neil Carter, Boise State University, Adrian Treves, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Meredith Gore, Michigan State University, Jens Frank, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Power of the pen: constructing social-ecological narratives of coral reefs in news media and links to policy action 2018 Alison Adams, University of Vermont, Steven Johnson, Oregon State University
Policy Evaluation Tool 2015 Allen Blackman, Resources for the Future

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