New Directions and Applications for Ecosystem Science in the Private Sector

Principal Investigators:

Lindsay Boring

The key objective of the workshop is to examine the unique opportunities for the refinement of ecosystem concepts and their applications to natural resource management on privately owned lands. Privately owned lands comprise the majority of the land in the United States, as well as in most federal democracies of the world, but most past emphasis upon ecosystem applications has been focused upon public lands. Private lands require unique consideration relative to their focused management goals, diverse scales of management within constraints... more

Participants and Meetings

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Workshop14th—15th October 1996Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Michael Beanmb@edf.orgEnvironmental Defense Fund
John BlissAuburn University, Alabama
Lindsay Boringlboring@hal.jonesctr.orgJoseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
Gary A. Breecegary.a.breece@SCSNET.comSouthern Company
Pat FricanoFRICANO_P@EPIC6.dep.state.fl.usFlorida Department of Environmental Protection
Sharon Hainessharon.haines@ipaper.comInternational Paper Company
Deborah B. JensenThe Nature Conservancy
Robert J. Mitchellrmitchel@jonesctr.orgIchauway Incorporated
Omar J. Reichmanojreichman@gmail.comUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Timothy Seastedttimothy.seastedt@colorado.eduUniversity of Colorado
Rodney SmithStratacon Incorporated
David B. SuttonAntaeus Group

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProduct of NCEAS Research
Report or White Paper Boring, Lindsay. 1996. AERC Workshop: New Directions and Applications for Ecosystem Science in the Private Sector. (Online version)
"New Directions and Applications for Ecosystem Science in the Private Sector" is project ID: 2275