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Press Release 09-197
NSF Awards Grants for Studies of Coupled Natural and Human Systems

Sustainable water use, climate change impacts on international markets, restoration of Chicago ecosystems among research projects

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Photo of a fruiting sour cherry trees.

CNH grantees will study the sour cherry industry and how climate change is affecting it.

Credit: Jeff Andresen, Michigan State University


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Photo of a plant and insect in the Chicago Wilderness.

The Chicago Wilderness is an oasis of biodiversity in an urban area, say CNH scientists.

Credit: Randall Honold


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Illustration showing how groundwater-based economies transition through space and time.

Groundwater-based economies transition through space and time, CNH awardees have found.

Credit: Eric Bernard, Kansas State University


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