SESYNC invites applications to a short course on data and coding skills for socio-environmental synthesis from July 23 - 25, 2019.
The short course will combine lectures, hands-on computer labs, and project consultation designed to accelerate the adoption of cyber resources for all phases of data-driven research and dissemination.
Greening in style: Urban form, architecture and the structure of front and backyard vegetation. Published in
Landscape and Urban Planning by
Alessandro Ossola and colleagues, including SESYNC postdoc Dexter Locke.
Defining the economic scope for ecosystem-based fishery management. Published in
PNAS by Kailin Kroetz and colleagues.