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Accession Number PB2013-100442
Title Sierra Nevada Network Lake Monitoring Protocol Standard Operating Procedures.
Publication Date Jul 2012
Media Count 286p
Personal Author A. M. Heard C. Fong D. Paolilli D. W. Schweizer J. O. Sickman L. A. Harrod-Starcevich R. Cook
Abstract The National Park Service, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science office in Fort Collins, Colorado publishes a range of reports that address natural resource topics of interest and applicability to a broad audience in the National Park Service and others in natural resource management, including scientists, conservation and environmental constituencies, and the public. The Natural Resource Report Series is used to disseminate high-priority, current natural resource management information with managerial application. The series targets a general, diverse audience, and may contain NPS policy considerations or address sensitive issues of management applicability. All manuscripts in the series receive the appropriate level of peer review to ensure that the information is scientifically credible, technically accurate, appropriately written for the intended audience, and designed and published in a professional manner. This report received formal, high-level peer review based on the importance of its content, or its potentially controversial or precedent-setting nature. Peer review was conducted by highly qualified individuals with subject area technical expertise and was overseen by a peer review manager.
Keywords Applicability
National parks
Natural resource management
Sierra Nevada (California)
Water pollution monitoring

Source Agency National Park Service
NTIS Subject Category 68D - Water Pollution & Control
48B - Natural Resource Management
Corporate Author Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Three Rivers, CA.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1303
Contract Number N/A

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