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A number of projects involving USGS scientists at the National Wetlands Research Center apply SEM to basic and applied science issues. Some of these include:

USGS National Park Monitoring Program, Ecosystems Mission Area:

  • "Identifying the Linkages between Stressors and Forest Health in Eastern National Parks." (with Brian Mitchell, NPS and others)
  • "Development of Wetland Bioassessment Models for Integrated Analyses of NPS Data in Support of Long Term Vital Signs Monitoring and Condition-Based Management." (with Billy Schweiger, NPS, and others);

USGS Climate Change R&D Program, Climate and Landuse Mission Area:

  • "Improving our ability to forecast tidal marsh response to sea level rise" (with Glenn Guntenspergen, Don Cahoon, USGS and others)

USGS Science Response to Hurricane Sandy:

  • "Contributions to PWRC project 'Coastal Vulnerability and Wetlands Impact Assessment'", (with Camille Stagg)

DOI South Central Climate Science Center:

  • Establishing a foundation for evaluating the ecological implications of climate change along a gradient in macroclimatic drivers of coastal wetland ecosystems.” (with Mike Osland, Chris Gabler, Camille Stagg, Richard Day, Steve Hartley)

as well as several other projects.

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