Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Title Year Funded Principal Investigator
Understanding dynamic environmental and socio-economic interactions in food systems to support decision-making towards a sustainable and resilient agriculture 2018 Xin Zhang, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Kimberly Pfeifer, Oxfam America, Eric Davidson,University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Planning for sustainable water futures in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of the SDGs 2018 Charles Vorosmarty, The City College of New York, David Hole, Conservation International
Soil as a social ecological feedback: Mapping the social and ecological processes for agroecosystem resilience in the era of climate change 2018 Gabrielle Roesch-McNally, USDA, Andrea Basche, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
If the past teaches, what does the future learn? 2018 Carole Crumley, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill , Carrie Hritz, SESYNC, Christian Isendahl, University of Gothenburg
Social-ecological drivers of change over time in urban woodlands 2018 Lea Johnson, University of Maryland, Michelle Johnson, US Forest Service
Global socioeconomic drivers of insect invasions 2018 Andrew Liebhold, US Forest Service, Michael Springborn, University of California-Davis
Interdisciplinary research matters: Pathways to successful organizational models 2018 Gabriele Bammer, The Australian National University, Jonathan G. Kramer, SESYNC
Moving beyond random acts of restoration to robust adaptive resilience: a case comparison between the U.S. and Canadian coasts of Lake Erie 2017 Meghan Klasic, University of California, Davis, Rachel Lamb, University of Maryland, College Park
Urban ecologies of vulnerability and risk: What is the role of fish consumption advisories? 2017 Meghna N. Marjadi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Lauren Drakopulos, University of Washington
Integrating Health Impacts and Policy Considerations into Food-Energy-Water Systems 2017 Elise Harrington, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Andrea Lund, Stanford University

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