Open Science for Synthesis: Gulf Research Program

Training in Open Science Enables Synthetic Science within the Gulf Research Program

Noelle Pruett

Kyle Monper

The Ocean Health Index Partners with Esri to Strengthen Links between Ocean Data and Management

Through the creation of online data hubs, this partnership will help governments and scientists make targeted improvements to regional marine environments.  

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Joanne Yue

Two New Working Groups to Advance Solutions for Ocean Sustainability

Through a partnership with Future Earth and the Global Biodiversity Center at Colorado State University, called PEGASuS 2: Ocean Sustainability, we welcome two working groups to our community.  

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NCEAS Portrait: Synthesizing Art and Science

Our artist-in-residence program is motivated by the idea that synergies between science and art can expand the ways we understand and solve environmental challenges. Meet our first cohort of artists - a photographer, a composer, and a poet. 

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Camila Bobroff

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By Air and Sea, Synthesis Research is Improving How Scientists Capture the Big Picture on Ecosystem Change

Our planet’s ecosystems are changing fast. To keep the scientific understanding apace, experts are in increasing need of new research methods that can help reveal the bigger picture on these changes and their potential future impacts. Synthesis science is helping to meet this need.

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