Resources for Conducting S-E Research

Resources from SESYNC for those who are interested in conducting interdisciplinary socio-environmental research. More to come.
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Video: Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 2 Mar 08, 2021

Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 2
In the second video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington introduces some standard vocabulary used by people who study interdisciplinary research teams. 

Article: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level: An Interview with Rebecca Freeth Mar 09, 2021

Taking Collaboration to the Next Level

Dr. Rebecca Freeth explains the importance of prioritizing collaboration among research teams and outlines key learning strategies to leverage collaboration as a tool to advance project goals.

Article: Socio-Hydrology: What Is It? Mar 09, 2021

Socio-Hydrology: What Is It?

This brief explainer article goes over the basics of the topic of socio-hydrology.

 

Article: New Modeling Approach Builds Bridges Across Disciplines to Transform S-E Research Apr 06, 2021

New Modeling Approach Builds Bridges Across Disciplines to Transform S-E Research

Dr. Elizabeth Borer explains how an innovative modeling approach developed by her SESYNC project team helped to bridge the divide between ecosystem ecology and disease ecology and further their research.

Journal Article: The Value of Facilitation in Interdisciplinary Socio-Environmental Team Research May 04, 2021

The Value of Facilitation in Interdisciplinary Socio-Environmental Team Research

This journal article published in Socio-Ecological Practice Research proposes that the use of facilitation as a research method can improve the collaborative synthesis of interdisciplinary teams’ socio-environmental work.

Article: Perspectives in Political Ecology May 12, 2021

Perspectives in Political Ecology

This brief explainer article provides an overview of the basic concepts of political ecology. 

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