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Press Release 07-144
NSF Awards 12 Grants for Research on Coupled Natural and Human Systems

Scientists, engineers, educators will study natural processes and human behavioral interactions

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Scientists will conduct research on the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems in China.

CNH scientists will conduct research on the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems in China.

Credit: Vanessa Hull


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Researchers will study human effects on fisheries.

Researchers funded through the CNH program will study human effects on fisheries.

Credit: Gulf of Maine Research Institute


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Suburban land-use patterns and how they affect river flows will be studied by grantees.

The dynamics of suburban land-use and land-cover patterns, and how they affect river flows, will be studied by CNH grantees.

Credit: Colin Polsky


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