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Date published: August 18, 2015
Status: Active

Mercury Deposition in the Biscuit Brook Watershed

This project provides weekly wet-only mercury deposition samples at the Mercury Deposition Network (MDN) station in the Biscuit Brook watershed at the Frost Valley YMCA. The station has been in operation since 2004 and is currently funded by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). This is the only MDN station located in the Catskill Mountains and one of only 3 st...

Date published: August 10, 2015
Status: Active

Development and Implementation of a Baseflow (groundwater) Monitoring Network for the Pepacton Watershed

The Pepacton watershed is an integral part of New York City's public-water supply system. Most of the watershed is within Delaware County with headwaters of some of its eastern tributary streams originating in Greene and Ulster Counties. Land use varies from dairy farms in the northern portion of the watershed to extensive forested areas in the south with small rural communities interspersed...

Contacts: Paul Heisig
Date published: June 23, 2015
Status: Active

Webinar: An Introduction to CRAVe: A Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability

View this webinar to learn more about the Climate Registery for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe).

Date published: May 7, 2015
Status: Active

Webinar: Using State-and-Transition Simulation Models to Guide Sustainable Management of Ecosystems: Three Case Studies from across the US

View this webinar to learn more about species distribution modeling, management of Southeast ecosystems, and Greater sage-grouse habitats.

Contacts: Jennifer Costanza, Megan Creutzburg, Brian Miller
Date published: February 16, 2015
Status: Archived

Peace and Science in the Middle East

This project is complete and the website is archived and no longer updated.

The ancient cultures of the Middle East and the modern political conflicts there are shaped by a surprisingly diverse and youthful landscape. The landscape of the region is dominated by a narrow elongate...

Contacts: Uri ten Brink
Date published: October 28, 2014
Status: Active

Webinar: Climate Change and Federal Land Management: Assessing Priorities Using a Social Network Approach

View this webinar to learn more about social networking tools for organization of land management priorities.

Contacts: Mark Schwartz
Date published: September 30, 2014
Status: Completed

North American Bat Data Integration

The purpose of this project was to integrate the Bat Banding Program data (1932-1972) and the U.S. and Canada diagnostic data for white-nose syndrome with the USGS Bat Population Data (BPD) Project and provide the bat research community with secure, role-based access to these previously unavailable datasets. The objectives of this project were to: 1) integrate WNS diagnostic data into the BPD...

Date published: August 26, 2014
Status: Active

Webinar: Development of a Global Change Monitoring Portal: Pilot Project for the Southeastern US

View this webinar to learn more about the Global Change Monitoring Portal (GCMP).

Contacts: Cari S. Furiness
Date published: August 1, 2014
Status: Active


usSEABED is the collaborative product of the U.S. Geological Survey, the University of Colorado, and other partners, and provides integrated data from small and large marine research efforts by many entities—federal and state agencies, local authorities, universities, as well as private and public consortiums.

Date published: July 1, 2014
Status: Active

Webinar: Sea-level Rise Modeling Handbook: Resource Guide for Coastal Land Managers, Engineers, and Scientists

View this webinar to learn more about the Sea-level Rise Modeling Handbook.

Date published: April 3, 2014
Status: Active

Webinar: Integrated Scenarios of the Future Northwest Environment

View this project to learn more about the potential future impacts of climate change on Northwest ecosystems.

Contacts: Philip Mote
Date published: January 28, 2014
Status: Active

Webinar: The USA National Phenology Network: Informing Science, Conservation and Resource Management

View this webinar to learn more about the USA National Phenology Network.

Contacts: Jake F Weltzin