2010-2011 WSSS Fellows

WSSS Fellows

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2010-2011 WSSS Fellows


By Land and By Sea: Global Links Among Artisan and Small-Scale Food Producers
Ellen Tyler, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
Amanda Beal, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
Advised by Tim Griffin, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Agriculture, Food and Environment Program

Long Term Agricultural Planning in a Non-Stationary World: Accounting for Future Changes in Demographics, Land-Use and Hydrology through a Generalized Water Allocation Model
Eric Vaughan, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Advised by Rich Vogel, School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Tim Griffin, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Agriculture, Food and Environment Program
Annette Huber-Lee, School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

A Comparative Study of Adaptation to Coastal Flooding and Sea Level Rise in La Ceiba, Honduras and Boston, Massachusetts
Laura Kuhl, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Advised by Astier Almedom, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
Paul Kirshen, School of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Diagnostic Test Accuracy and Spatial Heterogeneity of Urinary Schistosomiasis in the Eastern Region, Ghana
Karen Kosinski (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Building Resilience to Food and Water Scarcity in Social-Ecological Ago-Ecosystems through the Diffusion of Water Management Innovations: A Case Study of the Quesungual Slash-and-Mulch Agroforestry System
John Parker (Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy)

Deadly Tradeoffs: Optimizing Evacuation Times for Coastal Communitites
Jeff Cegan (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Use of SUSTAIN as a Decision Support System for Stormwater Management Planning
Lauren Caputo (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Jack Melcher (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning)

Assessing the Short-Term Impact of School-Based Safe Water Points on Childhood Diarrheal Disease and School Attendance in Somali Region, Ethiopia
Gogi Grewal (Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy)

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