Funded Projects

Funded Projects
Project Titlesort descending Year Funded Principal Investigator
Sea-level Rise on the North American Coastal Plain 2016 Keryn Gedan, George Washington University, Kate Tully, University of Maryland
Seed Dispersal 2015 Noelle Beckman, SESYNC, Clare Aslan, Northern Arizona University, Haldre Rogers, Iowa State University
SESYNC Graduate Scholars Program 2013 Rachel Berndtson, SESYNC, Dave Hawthorne, SESYNC
SESYNC Networks-of-Networks Workshop 2019 Carrie Hritz, SESYNC
Shifting dispersal networks 2018 Evan Fricke, SESYNC Postdoctoral Fellow, Jens-Christian Svenning, Collaborating Mentor
Shifting Fish & Fishers 2014 Bradford Dubik, Duke University, Talia Young, Rutgers University, Emma Fuller, Princeton University
Simultaneously managing scale and uncertainty using innovative software design concepts in a tiered, system-of-systems modeling framework 2019 John Little, Virginia Tech, Hsiao-Hsuan (Rose) Wang, Texas A&M University
Social and Ecohydrological Science Connections for Environmental Flows 2016 Rebecca Tharme, Riverfutures Limited, Sue Jackson, Griffith University
Social Media & Socio-Environmental Systems 2014 Andrew Crooks, George Mason University, Nicholas Magliocca, SESYNC
Social-ecological drivers of change over time in urban woodlands 2018 Lea Johnson, University of Maryland, Michelle Johnson, US Forest Service

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