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Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report Card
Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research.

Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report Card Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research. report card,ecosystem health

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Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report Card
Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research.
Nitrogen stable isotope methodology Conceptual diagram illustrating the methodology in analyzing the nitrogen in a water source using macroalgae as a bioindicator. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 266) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,macroalgae,situ,secchi,analysis,process,nutrient Conceptual framework for an environmental report card This diagram provides the framework for a science-based, policy-relevant, environmental health report card. driver,pressure,stressor,impact,response,human,mitigation,ecology Hierarchical Structure of Report Card Framework Different layers of environmental condition information are provided based on different audiences, from officials and the general public to the scientific community. stakeholder,resource user,manager,policy Five Steps to Develop an Environmental Report Card Environmental report cards synthesize and communicate large amounts of data to a broad audience. They can be used as a way to catalyze improvements in ecosystem health, guide restoration efforts, resolve transboundary differences, develop new environmental insights, create new indicators and metrics, justify monitoring efforts, accelerate data analyses, and stimulate relevant research. report card,ecosystem health Isotope ratio mass spectrometer with water bath Isotope ratio mass spectrometer with water bath to set samples at a constant temperature dissolved gas,analytical chemistry,sample analysis,machines,scientific equipment,tools,research,gas analysis,dissolved gases,water chemistry,water quality,isotope ratio mass spectrometer,laboratories,equipment,mass spectrometer,scientific equipment,isotop Isotope ratio mass spectrometer Isotope ratio mass spectrometer. The tubing allows different gases to flow in and out of the mass spectrometer to meausure gas chemistry and isotope ratios dissolved gas,analytical chemistry,sample analysis,machines,scientific equipment,tools,research,gas analysis,dissolved gases,water chemistry,water quality,isotope ratio mass spectrometer,laboratories,equipment,mass spectrometer,scientific equipment,isotop
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Filename:iil_diagram_steps_develop_environ_rpt_card.png
Album name:hawkey / Science/Research
Keywords: report card, ecosystem health
Author Name:Jane Hawkey
Author Company:Integration and Application Network
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):06/03/2011
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File Size:126 KB
Date added:Sep 13, 2011
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