Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Fundedsort ascending Principal Investigator
Managing Recreational Fisheries as Complex Adaptive Socio-Ecological Systems 2014 Olaf Jensen, Rutgers University, Michael Wilberg, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Robert Arlinghaus, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
Models for Citizen Science Insect Data 2014 Daniel Sheldon, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Justin Calabrese, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Leslie Ries, Georgetown University
Socioecology of Acacia 2014 Christoph Küffer, ETH Zürich, David Richardson, Stellenbosch University
Tropical Coastal Resilience 2013 Ellen Hines, San Francisco State University, Rebecca Lewison, San Diego State University
Influenza Transmission and the Built Environment: Understanding Modes of Transmission in a Sustainable Future 2013 Donald Milton, University of Maryland, Jelena Srebric, University of Maryland
Software Carpentry Boot Camp 2013 Mary Shelley, SESYNC
Socio-Environmental Synthesis Research Proposal Writing Workshop 2013 Jonathan Kramer, SESYNC, Rachel Berndtson, SESYNC
Cooperation in Unpredictable Environments: A Socio-ecological Model for the Dynamics of a Semi-desert Community 2013 Andres Baeza Castro, SESYNC
Beyond Biodiversity: A Scale-dependent Framework for Predicting Changes in Ecosystem Functions and services from Anthropogenic Threats 2013 Kristin Powell, SESYNC
Complexity of Improving Human Well-being & Conserving Biodiversity 2013 Neil Carter, SESYNC

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