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Press Release 10-194
NSF Awards Grants on Interactions Among the Environment, Economy and Society

Geoscientists and social scientists will study such topics as agriculturists in Zambia and lawn fertilization practices in the U.S.

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Photo of agricultural area in southern Zambia with hills in background..

Agricultural areas are distributed among various topographic zones in southern Zambia.

Credit: Tom Evans, Indiana University


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Illustration of city with skyscrapers separated from a lighthouse by sea.

NSF is supporting research on interactions among the environment, economy and society.

Credit: Department of Sustainability and Environment, State of Victoria, Australia


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Photo of agricultural land and savannah in Zambia with hills on horizon.

Water availability and land-use activities lead to complex patterns of vegetation in Zambia.

Credit: Tom Evans, Indiana University


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Photo of a stream in a forest.

Scientists funded via ESE will study the "ecosystem services" provided by streams.

Credit: U.S. Department of Agriculture


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Researcher monitoring  lawn fertilization.

A "gasses and grasses" project looks at lawn fertilization practices.

Credit: Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and Environment


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Photo of a researcher recording homeowner responses to questions on a tablet computer.

Homeowner responses to lawn fertilization questions are recorded on tablet computers.

Credit: Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and the Environment


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