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Press Release 12-184
National Science Foundation Awards Grants for Research on Coupled Natural and Human Systems

Studies should lead to new understanding of how humans and the environment interact

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Ancient Siberian pine tree in central Mongolia; the trees hold records of past precipitation.

Credit: Neil Pederson, LDEO, Columbia University


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A man carries a bundle of grasses collected in a community forest in Chitwan, Nepal.

Credit: Scott Yabiku, ASU


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NSF CNH scientists will study urban mosquito ecology in diverse communities of people.

Credit: CDC, Public Health Image Library


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Lobster fishermen set traps at Punta Abreojos, Baja California, Mexico.

Credit: G. Shester


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Image of a Guizhou golden monkey in China taken by an automatic infrared camera.

Guizhou golden monkey in China from an automatic infrared camera; part of a CNH study.

Credit: Li An, SDSU


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A canal in the Logone floodplain in Cameroon; canals have changed the area's hydrology.

Credit: Mark Moritz


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