Ecological Society of America


  • Estuaries and Coasts
    An open access special issue of the Journal of the Estuarine Research Federation.
  • Florida Land Use Initiative Report
    This final report, released in March 2008 by the Florida Earth Foundation, summarizes a series of forums entitled, "Rural Lands, Development, and the Future of Florida". The forums looked at the tools available for preserving large expanses of open land in anticipation of continued growth that the state is experiencing.
  • Savannah River Ecology Lab (SREL)
    SREL's Outreach Program, established in 1991 and supported by the University of Georgia and the US Department of Energy, attempts to make sure that citizens of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) and beyond are aware of the rich and diverse ecosystems that make up the Savannah River Site (SRS) and surrounding areas. In addition, the program provides educational information on local plants and animals, habitats, the process of science, environmental chemistry, and basic ecology.
  • Southern Forest Futures Project
    The Project, sponsored by the US Forest Service and the Southern Group of State Foresters, seeks to analyze and forecast potential changes in the forests of the U.S. South and the implications of these changes for their sustainability. The goal of the SFFP is to inform management choices, policy discussions, and science programs with the clearest possible understanding of the potential long term implications of changes in southern forests.
  • Final Report from the Department of Defense Workshop on Southeast Regional Planning and Sustainability
    In April 2007, SERDP and DoD sponsored a two-day workshop to identify high-priority issues related to sustaining military training land, regional planning, and compatible land use in the Southeast and to explore collaborative approaches and build on existing efforts to help address these issues.
  • The Wildland-Urban Interface in the South--US Department of Agriculture Compass Magazine
  • The Florida Land Use Initiative
    This Initiative is a two to three year program developed by Florida Earth Foundation to give people the possibility of visioning ways the integrity of Florida's natural landscape, especially in the private sector, can be maintained at the same time unprecedented new growth is occurring.
  • Southeast Environmental Leadership Program
    The goal of this initiative, managed by the Environmental Leadership Program, is to select emerging leaders in the area who will receive leadership training to build the capacity of the region to address environmental challenges.
  • The Southeast Region Threatened, Endangered and At-Risk Species Workshop
    The Southeast Region Threatened, Endangered and At-Risk Species Workshop brought together federal, state, academic, and NGO representatives from across the Southeastern U.S. to discuss TER-S issues in a landscape context.

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