- Participatory Modeling and Planning for Sustainable Water Management in the Chicago Region We set out to study how complex systems simulations could support collaborative water planning.
- Participatory watershed planning and implementation using AHP: Case study of a village in India E. Palaguttapalli is a small village of about 200 households in south India reeling under a severe groundwater crisis. As part of a Government funded project during 2012-2016, we promoted participatory planning and implementation of rainwater harvesting (RWH) systems as a solution.
- Groundwater crisis and participatory water accounting in an Indian village A PM study of an affected village was conducted to enable stakeholders to identify the true causes of their groundwater crisis and to devise specific sustainable solutions to their problem. Participatory GIS (P-GIS) was used to map the evolution of wells and farms, and their water and crop yields, over time.
- Interactive Simulations to Codesign with Villagers an Agent-Based Model of Bushmeat Hunting in Cameroon Collectively assessing the impacts of bushmeat huntings in African tropical forests.
- Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping: Wildlife Conservation and Bushmeat Hunting in Tanzania The purpose of this PM was to understand the social and ecological drivers of the zebra and wildebeest bushmeat trade from the perspectives of Tanzanian bushmeat hunters, bushmeat sellers, and bushmeat consumers who reside in communities adjacent to an international protected area, the Serengeti National Park.