The Evolution and Ecology Program (EEP) addresses these challenges as part of an interdisciplinary cross-cutting project developed with the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) and Risk, Policy and Vulnerability (RPV) Programs, which promotes methodological development, theoretical investigations, and insights from case studies.
Figure 1. A software platform is being developed for creating networks of increasing complexity and conducting surveys of users regarding their perceptions of the associated perils of cascading failures (click on image to enlarge).
 Frank AB, Goud Collins M, Levin SA, Lo AW, Ramo J, Dieckmann U, Kremenyuk V, Kryazhimskiy AV, Linnerooth-Bayer J, Ramalingam B, Roy JS, Saari DG, Thurner S & von Winterfeldt D (2014). Dealing with femtorisks in international relations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 111:17356–17362.
 Veshchinskaya V, Brännström Å, Rovenskaya E & Dieckmann U. Ecosystem vulnerability to species loss, in preparation.
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