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A repository of data, publications, tools, and other products from project teams, Science Collaborative program, and partners.

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In this online workshop intended for GIS users, geospatial and historical ecology experts demonstrate ArcGIS Pro methods used to develop data layers for analyses of the reach of tides and long-term wetland habitat change within tidal estuaries across the United States.

Case Study |
GUIDE CASE STUDY: Collaborative science projects are designed to inform and catalyze action, but often those impacts do not develop until after a grant ends. Two project teams working with New England reserves found different ways to support the work of their partners after their grants ended.
Case Study |
GUIDE CASE STUDY: Collaboration with diverse team members and stakeholders can sometimes result in disagreements or contention, as was the experience of the New England Climate Adaptation Project, a regional initiative involving the four New England reserves.
Website |
Each National Estuarine Research Reserve develops a site profile synthesizing knowledge about its physical, historical, social and biological characteristics to guide research activities. This digital site profile helps users orient to the Lake Superior Reserve and understand its context.
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About the project

Through a 2021 science transfer project, the Hudson River Eel Project was transferred to the Jacques Cousteau Reserve as a mechanism to increase community engagement, provide real-world science opportunities to teachers and students, and provide useful information about

Webinar Summary |
This resource contains the presenter slides, Q&A responses, recording, and presenter bios from the two-part February and March 2024 webinar series, "A Collaborative Approach to Advancing Blue Carbon Research and Data Applications."
Multimedia |
This resource is a collection of media materials developed for education and outreach for the NY-NJ Eel Partnership that emerged from a two-year science transfer project focused on community eel monitoring.
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This toolkit organizes and consolidates content from a combination of literature reviews, SWMP data interpretation, and interviews and exhibit evaluations at multiple reserves into a comprehensive package of resources that is accessible to all education coordinators and exhibit designers in the Reserve System.
Multimedia |
The Marsh Sediment in Translation (MSiT) project team worked with decision makers using a deliberate collaborative process involving surveys, interactive workshops, and iterative document review and revision to improve understanding of key principles of sediment transport. This resource contains the initial survey and workshop slides from the project.
Multimedia |
Project Lead Julie Binz (ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve) gives an introduction to "Advancing Science Literacy with a System-wide Monitoring Data Exhibit," a science transfer project funded in 2021 by the NERRS Science Collaborative. The presentation was given at a virtual project workshop in January 2022.