Thursday, November 19, 2009

Climate Change, Bioenergy, and Aquatic Resources in the Southeast

The University of Tennessee's School of Information Science, has been awarded a cooperative agreement to develop content areas focused on climate change as well as bioenergy and aquatic resources (management and restoration) in the Southeast. Dr. Carol Tenopir is the Principal Investigator and with be supported by Dr. Miriam Davis. Dr. Tenopir is the Director of Research for the College of Communication and Information and the Director of the Center for Information and Communications Studies. Dr. Davis will initially focus on identifying significant research activities in the southeast related to these focus areas and assessing information needs.


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