Open Science for Synthesis: Gulf Research Program

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

What Does Scientific Reproducibility Look Like?

In this NCEAS Portrait, we asked the Global Fellows from our Ocean Health Index initiative a burning question: what it was actually like to reproduce the annual global assessment of ocean health?

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Gabriella Piazza

Middle Ground Found on the Range

Cattle ranching and conservation in the American West may seem like an unusual pair, but new research reveals a clear link between the economic health of ranches and the ability to maintain habitat for an iconic wild bird that has been at the center of public land policy debate for years, the greater sage grouse.

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Caitie Kuempel

NCEAS Portrait: Meghan Avolio Takes the Long View for Plants and People

Meghan Avolio explores how changes at the planetary scale, such as climate change, are altering the plants that make up grasslands across the world, and what those changes could ultimately mean for people and the benefits we get from plants. Through her synthesis working group with the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network, she hopes to improve scientists' ability to predict how future environmental changes will affect communities of plants and people. 

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Seafood Farms and Climate Change

As Seafood Farming Grows, So Does the Threat of Climate Change

Researchers from NCEAS' Conservation Aquaculture Research Team have published the first comprehensive analysis of how climate change could affect marine aquaculture production, specifically of finfish and bivalves (e.g., oysters), around the world. Published September 10th in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, their study reveals that climate change is not only a threat to global production in the future, but it is also affecting producers today. 

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Marie Johnson

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