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CBC Hosts Two Meetings The Center for BioComplexity (CBC) recently hosted two meetings, the first of which was the annual meeting of the NSF-funded Coupled Natural-Human Systems Research Project (Social-Ecological Complexity and Adaptation in Marine Systems) Group, organized and chaired by James Watson (Stockholm Resilience Centre) and CBC director Simon A. Levin. Participants came to Princeton from New Zealand, Hawaii, Seattle, and Sweden on June 1st to discuss their work on social capital
New CBC Postdoctoral Research Fellows The Center for BioComplexity welcomes a new group of postdocs with a wide range of expertise and interests: Matthieu R. Barbier (Ph.D., Université Paris Sud) is working on bridging the gap between mathematical models and approaches from the social sciences, especially in problems of common-pool resources at the boundary of theoretical ecology and economics, with applications to fisheries. George I. Hagstrom (Ph.D., University of Texas,
CBC Researchers Receive Funding for Three New Collaborative Projects Simon Levin and James Watson (Stockholm Resilience Centre) were chosen by Princeton's Council for International Teaching and Research to receive a grant from the Princeton Global Collaborative Networks Fund.  Levin and Watson’s project “A Global Collaborative Network for Analyzing Social-Environmental Systems” will bring together ecologists, economists, sociologists, anthropologists, and political
Princeton researchers reported in Science that tropical savanna wildfires combined with climate conditions maintain the border between savannas and forests.
Levin was chosen for his fundamental contributions in theoretical ecology and for his ground-breaking research on integrating different scales in understanding ecological processes.
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PEI Research and Centers News from Fall/Winter 2009.
In his new book, "The Princeton Guide to Ecology," Princeton professor Simon Levin has tapped more than 130 experts to compile a concise, authoritative one-volume reference to the major subjects and concepts in ecology.