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: Introduction to Spatial Agent-Based Models Part 1 Jan 31, 2021

Introduction to Agent-Based Models (ABMs) Part 1
In the first video of this two-part series, Dr. Nicholas R. Magliocca provides an overview of the basics of spatial agent-based models (ABMs) within the context of socio-environmental systems.

Video: Introduction to Spatial Agent-Based Models Part 2 Jan 31, 2021

Introduction to Agent-Based Models (ABMs) Part 2
In this video, Dr. Nicholas R. Magliocca discusses the core components of an ABM; how they work; and some applications that illustrate the flexibility of ABMs.

Video: Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 1 Mar 08, 2021

Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 1
In the first video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington introduces the concept of collaboration across discplines by first reviewing some empirical data collected about interdisciplinary research teams and then explaining how to think of interdisciplinary teams as cognitive systems.

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. 

Video: Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 3 Mar 08, 2021

Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 3
In the third video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington explains the concept of mental models and their role in interdisciplinary collaboration. 

Video: Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 4 Mar 08, 2021

Knowledge Integration Across Disciplines Part 4
In the final video of this four-part series, Dr. Deana Pennington discusses strategies for integrating knowledge and ways to test these strategies. 

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