Previous Projects

The social well-being of forest-dependent communities in Madagascar is threatened by the loss of access to forests and national parks as a result of efforts designed to preserve the island's biodiversity.

This project’s primary goal is to gain a better understanding of the interrelations of human and natural resource systems in northern Pennsylvania, especially the relationship among water resources, community well-being, and energy development.

This project is focused on the effects of the changes made in the late 1990s by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission on several lakes in the Commonwealth to enhance panfish numbers and size.

The Susquehanna Transition Zone (T-Zone) project is exploring changes in agriculture and land use in urban to rural transition areas within the Susquehanna River Basin.