CPC Fellow Entwisle Awarded NSF Funding to Study Marginal Populations and Environment in Thailand

Nov 14, 2007

Barbara Entwisle, CPC Director, CPC Fellow, and Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has received funding for the research project "HSD: Marginality in a Marginal Environment: An Agent-Based Approach to Population-Environment Relationships." This research project will focus on the marginal populations in the Nang Rong district of Northeast Thailand and will evaluate the impact of weather-related events on social behavioral change and, in particular, changes in land use.

Funding is provided through February 2008 by the National Science Foundation. Co-investigators are CPC Fellow Ronald R. Rindfuss, UNC Professor of Sociology, and CPC Fellow Stephen J. Walsh, UNC Professor of Geography.

For a full description of this project, visit https://www.cpc.unc.edu/projects/grants.php?show=147.

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