Our Mongolia project "CNH2-L: Using Sound to Advance Conceptual Frameworks of Resilience of Integrated Grassland-Pastoralist Systems" has been awarded by NSF. The project will examine resilience in the context of traditional ecologoical knowlege and soundscapes. This is in collaboration with folks at Purdue and Read more about NSF Award
With funding from the University of Texas at Austin's Energy Institute, we announce a position for a postdoctoral researcher to work with our integrative team to study ecohydrology in rocky ecosystems. The work will involve a combination of ecological and hydrologic data analysis, theory, and simulations and could include geospatial analysis and fieldwork in the Texas hill country. Candidates with a history of working across fields of ecology and hydrology are particularly encouraged. However, a strong interest in interdisciplinary work is all that is required.