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Social Science

Best practices for graduate student socio-ecological research

Working Group Reports Final reports:  Record_working_group_report.pdf Participant list:  List of participants.docx At present, the LTER Network is in the implementation phase of the Integrated Science for Society and Environment (ISSE) initiative, a ten-year plan to promote socio-ecological research. Session:  Working Group Session 5 - Wednesday Room Assignment:  Longs Peak - Diamond East (125)

Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Research at Coweeta LTER

Poster Number:  117 Presenter/Primary Author:  Seth Gustafson This poster explains some of the graduate research efforts at the Coweeta LTER that attempt to integrate social and ecological elemen

Recreational Perspectives of Nonnative Fish Species and Mercury Advisors

Poster Number:  98 Presenter/Primary Author:  Christopher Edwards The purpose of this study is to assess the awareness and values of anglers, concerning their catch of native and nonnative fish species and posted mercury advisories.

The Souther Appalachian Stream Visual Assessment Protocol (saSVAP): THe Customization of a Stream Visual Assessment Protocoal for the Southern Appalachian Region

Poster Number:  96 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jeremy Sullivan The original Stream Visual Assessment Protocol (SVAP) was designed in a joint effort between the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Service and the University o

The Next Generation of Scientists: Examining the Experiences of Graduate Students in Network-Level Socio-Ecological Science

Poster Number:  95 Presenter/Primary Author:  Sydne Record Integrating research and resources of hundreds of scientists from dozens of institutions, network-level science is fast becoming one scientific model of choice to address complex problems.

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