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Press Release 13-164
National Science Foundation awards $19.4 million for research on coupled natural and human systems

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

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NSF CNH scientists will look at the ecosystem resilience of northern forests in New England.

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CNH grantees will study climate effects on tea plantations.

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The U.S. Upper Midwest is the subject of a CNH grant to research nitrogen in agricultural systems.

The U.S. Upper Midwest is the subject of a CNH grant to research nitrogen in agricultural systems.

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Assessing the vulnerability of provisioning services in the highlands of Ethiopia is a CNH project.

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CNH researchers will study water supply and water quality on the often-dry U.S. Great Plains.

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Building a socioecological understanding of tropical reforestation is the focus of a CNH award.

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