By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Polar Research Board, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Committee to Review the Gulf of Alaska Ecosystem Monitoring Program
This document offers information to the Gulf environment tracking (GEM) software to assist make sure that it's in response to a a technology plan that's powerful, far-reaching, and scientifically sound. The record commends the Trustee Council for its foresight in environment apart money to create a belief fund to supply long term examine help; it notes that the GEM software bargains an exceptional chance to extend figuring out of ways huge marine ecosystems functionality and alter through the years. The record outlines parts of a legitimate long term technology plan, together with conceptual beginning, scope and geographic concentration, organizational constitution, neighborhood involvement, information and data administration, and synthesis, modeling, and overview
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These reports focused on the early planning for GEM, were specific to the draft planning documents, and were primarily directed to program staff. In this final report we provide broader comments and a document that has more general and longer-lasting lessons about which elements are essential to 20 A CENTURY OF ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE the success of a long-term research and environmental monitoring program such as GEM. ELEMENTS OF A SOUND LONG-TERM SCIENCE PLAN The world’s oceans have long been viewed as producing an inexhaustible supply of protein and other goods and services for human use.
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