If the wild protein sources go away, foods that are nutritionally inferior will likely replace them and add to a cascade of health challenges that already exist, explained ecologist and epidemiologist Dr. Chris Golden.
Identifying temporal and spatial patterns of diatom community change in the tropical Andes over the last c. 150 years. Published in the Journal of Biodiversityby SESYNC postdoc Xavier Benito and colleagues.
A systems thinking approach for eliciting mental models from visual boundary objects in hydropolitical contexts: a case study from the Pilcomayo River Basin.Published in
Ecology and Society by
Riveraine Walters and colleagues as part of the Graduate Pursuit, Transcending Boundaries.
To create sustainable seafood industries, the United States needs a better accounting of imports and exports. Published in
PNAS by SESYNC postdoc Jessica Gephart and colleagues.
From transdisciplinary projects to platforms: expanding capacity and impact of land systems knowledge and decision making. Published in
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability by SESYNC researcher Morgan Grove and Steward Pickett
Effects of Urbanization on Native Bird Species in Three Southwestern US Cities. Published in
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution by Christopher Hensley and colleagues including former SESYNC poostdoc Christopher Trisos.