Advancing Integrated Process-Based Modeling of Complex Socio-Environmental Systems

Part of a broader collaboration between RFF and SESYNC, this project aims to identify and implement novel mathematical and computational approaches for integrated modeling of complex socio-environmental systems for policy simulation and optimization using process-based models from economics, hydrology, and ecology.

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CURRENT PROJECTS

Center for Reinventing Aging Infrastructure for Nutrient Management (RAINmgt)

The mission of RAINmgt is to achieve sustainable and cost-effective health and environmental outcomes by re-imagining aging coastal urban infrastructure systems for nutrient recovery and management contributing to sustainable and healthy communities. 

[Project website]

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Consortium for the Valuation of Applications Benefits Linked with Earth Science (VALUABLES) 

VALUABLES works to quantify and communicate how the use of satellite information in decisions can improve outcomes for people and the environment. The consortium brings together economists and decision scientists, NASA scientists and remote sensing experts, and members of the wider Earth science community.

[Project website]

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