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IGERT: Global-Local Interactions: Resilience and Adaption of Social-Ecological Systems in a Rapidly Changing North

University of Alaska at Fairbanks

Abstract

This Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program (IGERT) supports graduate training that integrates social and natural sciences and considers the dynamics of change across temporal and spatial scales. Alaska and the Circumpolar North are appropriate places to train scholars to research the dynamics of social-ecological systems because of… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Implications of climate change to social-ecological systems of Alaska Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Advancing the science of social-ecological system dynamics Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Student awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Distance ed important to program Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Core courses cross-listed by participating departments Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Human dimensions of thawing permafrost Showcase Achievement 12/03/13
Workshop for Alaska Natives and Island State Peoples to compare strategies for adapting to climate change Showcase Highlight 12/02/13
Climate Change and Thawing Permafrost in Inupiat Communities of Alaska's Arctic: Observations, Implications, and Resilience NSF IGERT 2013 Video & Poster Competition Video & Poster 05/20/13
IGERT program becomes permenantly funded by AK State Showcase Highlight 12/18/12
Partnerships in Conseravation Showcase Highlight 12/18/12