Is Related To
Tourism, Environment & Sustainable Development Cluster
The project proposed here is PHASE I of this long-term monitoring program. PHASE I starts with involvement of faculty that teach students in the biology, environmental science and policy, meteorology, and geography (GIS) programs as well as students in Scientific Inquiry Directions courses. Over time, we expect to recruit additional faculty (e.g. History, Environmental Planning, Education) to become engaged in the proposed long-term monitoring and education site (LTEME).
Villamagna, Amy and O'Donnell, Brigid, "Developing a Long-Term Environmental Monitoring and Education (L-TEME) Site at the Beebe River [Project Proposal]" (2017). Clusters. 246.