Publications & Results
|Resource Title||Brief Summary|
|A network approach to assessing social capacity for landscape planning: The case of fire-prone forests in Oregon, USA||
Mar 01, 2016
Article published in Landscape and Urban Planning.
|A new climate for grazing livestock||
May 08, 2014
Feature published in Nature Climate Change.
|A novel computational green infrastructure design framework for hydrologic and human benefits||
Mar 22, 2019
Article published in Environmental Modelling and Software.
|A novel framework for analyzing conservation impacts: Evaluation, theory, and marine protected areas||
Jul 18, 2017
Article published in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
|A novel framework to account for ecological drivers in the control and elimination of environmentally transmitted disease: a modelling study||
Apr 01, 2017
Article published in The Lancet.
|A Pipeline in Paradise, Part 1: Learning the Relevant Science (2014-6)||
Jan 02, 2015
This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2014. This case has been classroom tested.
|A Polluting Creed: Religion and Environmental Inequality in the United States||
Jul 31, 2019
Article published in Sociological Perspectives
|A River Runs Again: Reporting on India’s Natural Crisis||
Nov 17, 2015
In her new book, A River Runs Again: India’s Natural World in Crisis, From the Barren Cliffs of Rajasthan to the Farmlands of Karnataka, environmental journalist Meera Subramanian chronicles India’s efforts to balance economic development and environmental protection, including innovative programs to educate youth about sexual and reproductive health.
|A River Runs Through It: Socio-Environmental Synthesis as a Means for Preparing Ecological Restoration Goals- Glen Canyon Dam and the Colorado River (2013-18)||
Jun 11, 2014
This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2013.
|A Scoping Workshop on the Macroevolution of Ecosystem Services||
Jan 30, 2013
At SESYNC, the working group identified a set of closely related fundamental questions under the umbrella of the macroevolution of ecosystem services. The team then distinguished an interlinked set of ground-level topics from several follow-up questions that were of equal or greater interest levels, but which hinged on having the fundamental work in place.