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Press Release 11-199
New Understanding of How Humans and the Environment Interact

National Science Foundation Grants Awarded for Research on Coupled Natural and Human Systems

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Photo of African fishermen with their boats on the beach.

Human health; household wealth; biodiversity in Africa will be studied by CNH scientists.

Credit: Justin Brashares


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Photo of a wildfire over pine forested hills in background with houses in foreground in New Mexico.

CNH scientists will research human roles in fire-adapted pine forests in New Mexico.

Credit: Ignacio Peralta, U.S. Forest Service


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Photo of a wetland in an agricultural area in the Sierra Foothills of California.

Wetlands in agricultural areas of the Sierra Foothills of California are part of a CNH project.

Credit: Steven Beissinger


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Photo of a tropical common coqui frog singing.

The tropical common coqui frog sings; "soundscapes" are the subject of a CNH project.

Credit: Luis-Villanueva-Rivera


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Photo of a body of water with a beach in the foreground and a finger of land in the center.

Water resource management and local governance are the focus of a CNH award.

Credit: Jae Hong Kim


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Photo of a road in the southwestern Amazon region.

Highways affect the southwestern Amazon region; CNH scientists will find out how much.

Credit: Stephen Perz


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