Collins Conference Room
Micro Working Group

All day

 

Meeting Summary: As a part of the ongoing SFI-based working group on “Human-Centered Interactions with Species through Space and Time,” this micro working group brings together a subset of six researchers to focus on finalizing analyses and writing papers related to one of the six core study systems: the Polynesian islands of Mo’orea, Maupiti, and Mangareva. The work in this system, funded in part by a prior coupled-natural human systems (CNH) grant from the National Science Foundation and a current grant from the Coalition for Archaeological Synthesis (CfAS), is using detailed archaeological and ecological data to address how human interactions with other species, in the context of similar but differing ecological and environmental contexts of the islands, shape socio-ecological dynamics, sustainability, and resilience across a millennium of human presence.

Organizers

Jennifer DunneJennifer DunneProfessor and Vice President for Science
Stefani CrabtreeStefani CrabtreeASU-SFI Biosocial Complex Systems Fellow
Purpose: 
Research Collaboration
SFI Host: 
Jennifer Dunne and Stefani Crabtree