Ecoss collaboration with School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems wins new NSF grant
When it comes to how climate change is impacting ecosystems, there’s no shortage of data out there. But finding enough people who know both ecology and how to interpret that data can be a different story. Ecoss affiliated professor Kiona Ogle leads the multi million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation together with co-PIs Jay Barber, Andrew Richardson, Benjamin Ruddel, and Temuulen Sankey. This collaboration among Ecoss and the School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems (SICCS) is a unique grant that will train graduate students in tackling big ecological questions through informatics, collaboration and better communication.