This report reflects the efforts of the Office of the Orinoco-Apure Project to define an environmental policy based research delineating priority areas of research and identification of potential environmental impacts of the project.
This article applies an environmental justice lens to two archaeological research narratives, one centering on chemical analysis of biomolecular artifact residues and the other on paleohydrology and Pueblo farming.
September 14, 2016
Wolverton, Steven J.; Figueroa, Robert & Swentzell, Porter
This article studies the role of selenium concentration in hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) caused by hantaviruses, using a multidisciplinary approach combining ecological analysis with preliminary experimental data.
January 20, 2015
Fang, Liqun; Goeijenbier, Marco; Zuo, Shu-Qing; Wang, Li-Ping; Liang, Song; Klein, Sabra L. et al.
This article presents the first analysis of Buruli ulcer at the village level in southwestern Ghana, where prevalence rates are among the highest globally, and explores fine and medium-scale associations with land cover by comparing patterns both within Buruli ulcer clusters and surrounding landscapes.
This article aims to quantify the landscape-level drivers that explain the dynamic patterns of mountain pine beetle (MPB) mortality, and simulate areas with future potential MPB mortality under projected climate-change scenarios in Grand County, Colorado, USA.
This article reports an interdisciplinary effort that combines the geospatial informatics approach with a bioinformatics approach to form an improved understanding on the transmission mechanisms of H5N1 virus.
This paper presents three methods for classifying glacier boundaries, compares the three methods to provide advice on how to choose an appropriate method, and analyzes the relationship between glacier change and the trends of precipitation and temperature.