A Workshop on “Effective Ecological Restoration Monitoring” will be held at the University of Montana, Missoula, Montana on May 17-18, 2018.
Topics will include (1) developing a solid framework for monitoring, (2) appropriate scale and level of effort to produce useful information, and (3) statistically sound sampling design and data analysis. The first day will include lectures and discussion and the second day will be a combination of field exercises and data analysis in the computer lab.
Instructors: Cara Nelson, Associate Professor of Restoration Ecology, University of Montana; Amy Sacry, Senior Restoration Ecologist, Geum Environmental Consulting; and Tom Parker, Principal Ecologist and President, Geum Environmental Consulting.
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