A new Ecosphere publication is out. Don is a co-author on the manuscript that emerged following the NEON SESYNC meeting in 2020. "Leveraging the NEON Airborne Observation Platform for socio-environmental systems research" makes the case for the interdisciplinary value of the National Ecological Observatory Network’s Airborne Observation Platform (NEON AOP) data for Social-Ecological Systems work. The article highlights current challenges to SES research and ways in which researchers can use AOP data and tools to address these challenges.
Bruno Ubiali was selected to participate in the 2021 Cultural Anthropology
Methods Program (CAMP), funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The
program provides advanced training in cultural anthropology methods for graduate
students. Directed by Dr. Amber Wutich (Arizona State University) and Dr. Russell
Bernard (Arizona State University and University of Florida), the program relies on
forty distinguished faculty who draw on cutting-edge research to provide students
with innovative and robust methods tools. Twenty graduate students from all over
the US were selected for CAMP 2021, which will be held online from
June 28th through July 15 th. . More information can be found at
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