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Gregory Characklis, Ph.D.

Dr. Characklis is the Philip C. Singer Distinguished Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His primary research interests involve developing solutions to environmental challenges through systems-based approaches that integrate consideration of both engineering and economic principles.

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Tamlin M. Pavelsky, Ph.D.

My research interests are focused on the intersections between hydrology, satellite remote sensing, and climate change. I work on scales ranging from the entire globe to a single large wetland, with a special interest in Arctic and Subarctic regions.

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Jordan Kern, Ph.D.

Area of expertise is stochastic modeling of coupled natural-human systems in order to: 1) improve understanding of emergent risks to people and the environment across sectors and scales; and 2) develop novel approaches for mitigating these vulnerabilities.

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James Jones

Position: Program Director Organization: National Science Foundation-Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems Contact Info: (703) 292-4458

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David Watkins, PE

Dr. Watkins’ teaching interests include hydrologic and hydraulic engineering, water and environmental systems analysis, and international service learning. 

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Datu Buyung Agusdinata, Ph.D.

His main research interests include sustainable energy and transportation systems, green supply chain, system analysis of the development and impacts of nanomedicine, and drought adaptation policies.

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Chelsea Schelly, Ph.D.

My work is inspired by the belief that the technological systems used to sustain residential life structure how humans conceive of their relationship to the natural world and to one another. My research explores how technological systems interact with social structures to shape human conceptions of nature, human-nature relationships, and human action.

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Jenni L. Evans, Ph.D.

Dr. Evans’ research encompasses tropical cyclones from genesis to decay, extratropical transition [ET], or landfall. The impacts of climate change on tropical cyclones [TCs] and other organized tropical convective systems are also key components of her research.

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Harald Ade, Ph.D

Prof. Ade developed a number of novel instruments and characterization methods, which include Near Edge X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (NEXAFS) microscopy, X-ray linear dichroism microscopy, X-ray photoemission microscopy, resonant x-ray reflectivity and scattering, and 13C-labeling in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) depth profiling.

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