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    • Interfaces of Global Change Newsletter, October 2014 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2014-10)
      Welcome to the first edition of the Interfaces of Global Change newsletter, part of our effort to keep you informed about the activities and accomplishments of our growing global change community at Virginia Tech.
    • The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars 

      Mann, Michael E. (2015-03-20)
      The Interfaces of Global Change Program at Virginia Tech is proud to host Dr. Michael Mann for a science communication workshop and public lecture on Friday, March 20, 2015. Dr. Mann is an award-winning climate scientist ...
    • Global Change Center Newsletter, June 2015 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2015-06)
      This newsletter provides information about the activities and accomplishments of the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech.
    • Should We Trust Science? Perspectives from the History and Philosophy of Science 

      Oreskes, Naomi (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2015-09-02)
      The Global Change Center at Virginia Tech welcomed Dr. Naomi Oreskes, Harvard historian and author, for a Distinguished Lecture on September 2, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. at the Lyric Theatre in Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Oreskes is a ...
    • Global Change Center Newsletter, February 2016 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2016-02)
      This newsletter captures a few of the highlights from the fall 2015 semester at the Global Change Center.
    • Global Change Center Newsletter, August 2016 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2016-08)
      This newsletter provides information about the activities and accomplishments of the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech.
    • Chasing Water in a Rapidly Changing World 

      Richter, Brian (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2017-04-07)
      Water shortages are now affecting half the world’s population, disrupting food and energy security as well as urban water supplies in many cities. The overuse of water and associated drying of rivers, lakes, and aquifers ...
    • Global Change Center Newsletter, July 2017 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2017-07)
      This newsletter provides information about the activities and accomplishments of the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech.
    • Global Change Center 2018 Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Kirk Johnson 

      Johnson, Kirk (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2018-03-16)
      Dr. Kirk Johnson is a paleontologist who has led expeditions that have resulted in the discovery of more than 1,400 fossil sites. His research focuses on fossil plants and the extinction of dinosaurs. He is known for his ...
    • Risk tradeoffs associated with traditional food advisories for Labrador Inuit 

      Calder, Ryan; Bromage, Sabri; Sunderland, Elsie M. (Elsevier, 2019-01-01)
      The traditional Inuit diet includes wild birds, fish and marine mammals, which can contain high concentrations of the neurotoxicant methylmercury (MeHg). Hydroelectric development may increase MeHg concentrations in ...
    • Global Change Lecture Series: How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate 

      Hoffman, Andrew (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2019-03-22)
      Andrew Hoffman, the Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise for University of Michigan and author, visited Virginia Tech on Friday, March 22, as part of The Global Change Center at Virginia Tech’s Distinguished Lecture ...
    • 9th Hellbender Symposium 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Global Change Center, 2019-06)
      The Hellbender Symposium is a biennial event where ​hellbender researchers from all over the United States and other parts of the world meet to present and discuss their research.
    • Linked within-host and between-host models and data for infectious diseases: a systematic review 

      Childs, Lauren M.; El Moustaid, Fadoua; Gajewski, Zachary; Kadelka, Sarah; Nikin-Beers, Ryan; Smith, John W., Jr.; Walker, Melody; Johnson, Leah R. (PeerJ, 2019-06-19)
      The observed dynamics of infectious diseases are driven by processes across multiple scales. Here we focus on two: within-host, that is, how an infection progresses inside a single individual (for instance viral and immune ...
    • Spiculogenesis and biomineralization in early sponge animals 

      Tang, Qing; Wan, Bin; Yuan, Xunlai; Muscente, A. D.; Xiao, Shuhai (Springer Nature, 2019-07-26)
      Most sponges have biomineralized spicules. Molecular clocks indicate sponge classes diverged in the Cryogenian, but the oldest spicules are Cambrian in age. Therefore, sponges either evolved spiculogenesis long after their ...
    • Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development, and environment 

      Tallis, Heather; Kreis, Katharine; Olander, Lydia; Ringler, Claudia; Ameyaw, David; Borsuk, Mark E.; Fletschner, Diana; Game, Edward; Gilligan, Daniel O.; Jeuland, Marc; Kennedy, Gina; Masuda, Yuta J.; Mehta, Sumi; Miller, Nicholas; Parker, Megan; Pollino, Carmel; Rajaratnam, Julie; Wilkie, David; Zhang, Wei; Ahmed, Selena; Ajayi, Oluyede C.; Alderman, Harold; Arhonditsis, George; Azevedo, Ines; Badola, Ruchi; Bailis, Rob; Balvanera, Patricia; Barbour, Emily; Bardini, Mark; Barton, David N.; Baumgartner, Jill; Benton, Tim G.; Bobrow, Emily; Bossio, Deborah; Bostrom, Ann; Braimoh, Ademola; Brondizio, Eduardo; Brown, Joe; Bryant, Benjamin P.; Calder, Ryan; Chaplin-Kramer, Becky; Cullen, Alison; DeMello, Nicole; Dickinson, Katherine L.; Ebi, Kristie L.; Eves, Heather E.; Fanzo, Jessica; Ferraro, Paul J.; Fisher, Brendan; Frongillo, Edward A.; Galford, Gillian; Garrity, Dennis; Gatere, Lydiah; Grieshop, Andrew P.; Grigg, Nicola J.; Groves, Craig; Gugerty, Mary Kay; Hamm, Michael; Hou, Xiaoyue; Huang, Cindy; Imhoff, Marc; Jack, Darby; Jones, Andrew D.; Kelsey, Rodd; Kothari, Monica; Kumar, Ritesh; Lachat, Carl; Larsen, Ashley; Lawrence, Mark; DeClerck, Fabrice; Levin, Phillip S.; Mabaya, Edward; Gibson, Jacqueline MacDonald; McDonald, Robert; Mace, Georgina; Maertens, Ricardo; Mangale, Dorothy; Martino, Robin; Mason, Sara; Mehta, Lyla; Meinzen-Dick, Ruth; Merz, Barbara; Msangi, Siwa; Murray, Grant; Murray, Kris A.; Naude, Celeste E.; Newlands, Nathaniel K.; Nkonya, Ephraim; Peterman, Amber; Petruney, Tricia; Possingham, Hugh; Puri, Jyotsna; Remans, Roseline; Remlinger, Lisa; Ricketts, Taylor H.; Reta, Bedilu; Robinson, Brian E.; Roe, Dilys; Rosenthal, Joshua; Shen, Guofeng; Shindell, Drew; Stewart-Koster, Ben; Sunderland, Terry; Sutherland, William J.; Tewksbury, Josh; Wasser, Heather; Wear, Stephanie; Webb, Chris; Whittington, Dale; Wilkerson, Marit; Wittmer, Heidi; Wood, Benjamin DK K.; Wood, Stephen; Wu, Joyce; Yadama, Gautam; Zobrist, Stephanie (Elsevier, 2019-08-01)
      Although health, development, and environment challenges are interconnected, evidence remains fractured across sectors due to methodological and conceptual differences in research and practice. Aligned methods are needed ...
    • Forecasting ecosystem services to guide coastal wetland rehabilitation decisions 

      Calder, Ryan; Shi, Congjie; Mason, Sara A.; Olander, Lydia P.; Borsuk, Mark E. (Elsevier, 2019-10-01)
      Coastal wetlands provide diverse ecosystem services such as flood protection and recreational value. However, predicting changes in ecosystem service value fr0k from restoration or management is challenging because ...
    • Modeling Temperature Effects on Population Density of the Dengue Mosquito Aedes aegypti 

      El Moustaid, Fadoua; Johnson, Leah R. (MDPI, 2019-11-07)
      Mosquito density plays an important role in the spread of mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue and Zika. While it remains very challenging to estimate the density of mosquitoes, modelers have tried different methods to ...
    • GCC Weekly, March 24, 2020 

      Unknown author (Global Change Center at Virginia Tech, 2020-03-24)
      This is the weekly newsletter for the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech.
    • GCC Weekly, March 31, 2020 

      Unknown author (Global Change Center at Virginia Tech, 2020-03-31)
      This is the weekly newsletter for the Global Change Center at Virginia Tech.