Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Fundedsort descending Principal Investigator
The death and life of biodiversity: modeling extinction and resilience on islands 2018 Siobhán B. Cooke, Johns Hopkins University, Liliana M. Dávalos, Stony Brook University
Legal Design Principles of Government-Supported Adaptation: Designing Effective Decentralization Programs in Cities and Vital Water Social-Ecological Systems 2018 Daniel A. DeCaro, University of Louisville, Edella Schlager, The University of Arizona, Tucson
New Scenarios and Models for Climate Engineering 2018 Simon Nicholson, American University, Christopher Trisos, African Climate and Development Initiative
Socio-environmental systems indicators for climate change adaptation & resilience in the US 2018 Keely Maxwell, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Jesse Keenan, Harvard University
Advancing interdisciplinary research on social-ecological networks to understand ecosystem services across scales 2018 Laura Dee, University of Minnesota, Angela Guerrero, The University of Queensland
Food-Energy-Water Interdependencies of the Global Agrarian Transition 2018 Jampel Dell’Angelo, VU University Amsterdam, Paolo D’Odorico, University of California Berkeley
Urban Agriculture Socio-Environmental Synthesis: An Integration of the Ecosystem Services and Livelihoods Approaches to Evaluate the Multifaceted Role of Urban Agriculture in Contemporary Latin America 2018 Mayra Rodriguez-Gonzales, Purdue University, Jorge Garcia Polo, SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Using Marine Protected Areas to Investigate Potential Socio-Ecological Impacts of Climate Change in Marine Spatial Planning 2018 Anne Mook, University of Florida, Talya ten Brink, University of Rhode Island, Juliano Palacios, University of British Columbia
What’s governance got to do with it? Examining the role of institutional quality in forest conservation 2018 Rayna Benzeev, University of Colorado Boulder, Bradley Wilson, University of Arkansas
Identifying Socio-Environmental Watershed Typologies Based on Stormwater Pollution Using Machine Learning 2018 Celina Balderas Guzman, University of California, Berkeley, Matthew Smith, Florida International University

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