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National Science Foundation awards major grant to Cary Institute
Date:12/19/2011

ects that ask and answer large-scale questions focused on lakes. Additional students will engage in shorter-term training, and findings will be communicated through social networking, academic journals, graduate curricula, public engagement, and professional workshops.

NSF Program Officer Dr. Elizabeth Blood comments, "The GLEON Graduate Fellows Program is one of the most innovative training programs developed to date that will enable large-scale, collaborative science. This program will build the analytical, synthesis, and human network skills needed for macrosystem science."

The GLEON Graduate Fellows Program extends the work conducted by scientists at the Cary Institute in tackling critical research needs in air and water pollution. As Cary Institute President William H. Schlesinger comments, "The reach and rigor of the GLEON network is vastly improving our knowledge of how lake ecosystems function. I am pleased that we will be bringing graduate training into an effort focused on improving lake stewardship in the face of an ever growing human population."


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