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news-imageBiological Conservation Journal Cover eBird review article highlighted in Biological Conservation as the January 2014 editor's choice
The review article titled "The eBird enterprise: An integrated approach to development and application of citizen science" is the January 2014 editor's choice in the journal Biological Conservation.
news-imageAAAS logo Carla Gomes elected AAAS Fellow
ICS Director Carla Gomes has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
news-imageDavid Shmoys Computational Sustainability Lecture for Mathematics Awareness Month
ICS Associate Director David Shmoys will present a lecture on April 24 titled "Computational Sustainability: An algorithmic lens for better decision-making."
news-imageTheo Damoulas Arctic vegetation research in Nature Climate Change
ICS member Theo Damoulas and collaborators published research in Nature Climate Change regarding the "greening" of the Arctic.
news-imageOle Amundsen Ole Amundsen co-authors Saving Land article
ICS member, Ole Amundsen, co-authors cover story on land trusts and planning for the Land Trust Alliance's Saving Land magazine.
news-imageTom Dietterich Tom Dietterich presents Posner Lecture at NIPS 2012
ICS Deputy Director, Tom Dietterich, presents the Posner Lecture, Challenges for Machine Learning in Computational Sustainability, at NIPS 2012.
news-imageAbdul-Aziz Yakubu SIAM paper analyzes Allee effects on maintaining biodiversity
ICS member Abdul-Aziz Yakubu co-authors SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics paper featured by SIAM Nuggets.
news-imageJoy of X Steven Strogatz releases new book, The Joy of X
ICS member Steven Strogatz recently released his new book, The Joy of X: A Guided Tour of Math, From One to Infinity.
news-image Drought-stricken Kenyan livestock farmers receive first insurance payouts
The innovative Index Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI) program, initially developed at Cornell University, has made its first payments to 650 inusred herders in drought-stricken northern Kenya.
news-image New seminar at MIT explores Computational Sustainability
MIT professors Brian Williams and Youssef Marzouk and postoc J. Zico Kolter have organized a new Seminar on Computational Methods for Sustainability at MIT. Taught during the Fall 2011 semester, the seminar will explore the role of computation in solving problems of sustainability.
news-image State of the Birds 2011 report released
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Agriculture Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment Harris Sherman have released the 2011 State of the Birds Report, the nation's first assessment of birds on lands and waters owned by the American people. ICS members Ken Rosenberg, Daniel Fink, and Theodoros Damoulas assisted in preparation of the report and worked with a team at Cornell to contribute year-round species distribution estimates requiring high-performance computing techniques.
news-image Antonio Bento Serves as Cornell Delegate at U.N. Climate Conference in Cancun
ICS team member Antonio Bento served as a member of Cornell University's delegation to the 16th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 16) in Cancun, Mexico, and presented a theoretical and computational model of a cap-and-trade model in the U.S.
news-image Cornell University President Announces $80 Million Gift for Sustainability Research
Cornell President David Skorton announced a historic gift by David and Patricia Atkinson to formally establish the David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (ACSF) at Cornell University, citing the ICS as an example of the research and scholarly collaboration advancing sustainability.
news-image Mahowald tapped as lead author for intergovernmental climate report
ICS member Natalie Mahowald has been tapped to be a lead author on the next Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Report.
news-imageFET Tree logo FET Flagship on Computational Sustainability proposed in Europe
Barry O'Sullivan is working with European colleagues to create and foster a computational sustainability research program and scientific community in Europe.

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