Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Fundedsort descending Principal Investigator
Aesthetic perspectives on environmental problems: Quantifying the distribution, purpose, and impact of environmental public art across the United States 2019 Se Jong Cho, SESYNC, Chris Field, Rutgers University, Bianca Lopez, New School
Animal Population Dynamics in the Arctic 2019 Ophélie Couriot
The Making of a Pandemic 2019 Merle Eisenberg
Green and Just 2019 Fushcia-Ann Hoover
Flood Memory and Uncertainty 2019 James Knighton
SESYNC Networks-of-Networks Workshop 2019 Carrie Hritz, SESYNC
How Does a Historical Perspective Inform Ecosystem Management Targets, Goals, and Outcomes? 2019 Andrew Trant, University of Waterloo, Loren McClenachan, Colby College
Energy-Water Nexus Analysis of Solar Energy Industry 2019 Ilke Celik, University of Wisconsin – Platteville, Jiquan Chen, Michigan State University
The ecological consequences of declining nitrogen concentration in plants worldwide 2019 Andrew Elmore, UMCES and SESYNC, Rachel Mason, SESYNC
Workshop: The Potential of Urban Nature to Support Sustainability in Latin America: A Synthesis from a Socio-Environmental Perspective 2019 Camilo Ordóñez-Barona, University of Melbourne, Tahia Devisscher, University of British Columbia, José Soto, University of Arizona

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