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Conceptual framework of a monitoring program
Conceptual diagram, and a conceptual model illustrating the framework and linkages in an ecological monitoring program. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 136) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/

Conceptual framework of a monitoring program Conceptual diagram, and a conceptual model illustrating the framework and linkages in an ecological monitoring program. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 136) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,integration,data,model,monitoring,program,nps,national park service,

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Conceptual framework of a monitoring program
Conceptual diagram, and a conceptual model illustrating the framework and linkages in an ecological monitoring program. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 136) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/
How water quality influences different zones in a waterway Conceptual diagram illustrating how changes in water quality affect different zones of a waterway. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 155) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,water,quality,zones,spatial,analysis Environmental statistics- sample size Conceptual diagrams illustrating two the variability of statistical estimates based on sample size in environmental reporting. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 116) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,empirical,data,model,process,statistical,ecosystem Choosing sampling methods Conceptual diagram illustrating how sampling is to be conducted based on available resources, data needed, and analyses conducted. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,model,sampling,statistics,water,monitor,method,sample Conceptual framework of a monitoring program Conceptual diagram, and a conceptual model illustrating the framework and linkages in an ecological monitoring program. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 136) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,integration,data,model,monitoring,program,nps,national park service, Models of varying complexity Conceptual diagrams illustrating a few examples of models that can be used to investigate a range of research questions when dealing with data and complexity of the model. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 138) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,empirical,data,model,process,statistical,ecosystem Historical versus current flow regime through the Everglades wetlands A comparison of the current water flow in the Everglades (East to West), versus the historically North-South flow. Diagram from "Integrating and Applying Science" (pg. 144) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/259/ diagram,communication,application,model,everglades,flow,wetlands
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Filename:iil_diagram_conceptual_framework_integrating_and_applying_science.png
Album name:dlevey / Management/Restoration
Keywords: diagram, communication, integration, data, model, monitoring, program, nps, national park service,
Author Name:Jane Thomas
Author Company:IAN
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):01/01/2010
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File Size:234 KB
Date added:Jan 10, 2012
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