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Webinar Summary | September 2022

This resource contains the presenter slides, Q&A responses, recording, and presenter bios from the September 2022 webinar "Cultural Ecosystem Services in Estuary Stewardship and Management."

Tool | September 2022

The ability to quickly communicate local environmental changes in the aftermath of hurricanes helps impacted communities better understand storm events and support recovery.

News | August 2022

Multimedia | August 2022

Poster: Drones can revolutionize research and monitoring…can’t they? (NERRS/NERRA Annual Meeting 2020)

Multimedia | August 2022

Project Lead Brandon Puckett (North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve) gives an introduction to "Bridging the Gap between Quadrats and Satellites: Assessing Utility of Drone-based Imagery to Enhance Emergent Vegetation Biomonitoring," aka "Drone the SWMP," a catalyst project funded in

Data | August 2022
About the project

The 2020-2022 catalyst project  Bridging the gap between quadrats and satellites: assessing utility of drone-based imagery to enhance emergent vegetation biomonitoring conducted a regionally coordinated effort, working in salt marshes and mangroves within six re

Data | August 2022
About this project

The 2020-2021 catalyst project Refining Techniques for High-Frequency Monitoring of Chlorophyll in the NERRS brought together twelve biogeochemically diverse reserves to compare results from new YSI in situ sensor technology with existing practices for

Webinar Summary | July 2022

This resource contains the presenter slides, Q&A responses, recording, and presenter bios from the July 2022 webinar "Listen In: Acoustic Monitoring of Estuarine Communities Facing Ecosystem Change."

Tool | July 2022

Monitoring plays a central role in detecting climate and anthropogenic stressors and associated changes in wetlands. There is a need for wetland monitoring programs to bridge the gap between ground-based surveys, which can miss important spatial heterogeneity and cause wetland disturbance, and sa

Factsheet | July 2022
About the project

A multi-Reserve study explored the feasibility of including high frequency, in situ chlorophyll a monitoring in the National Estuarine Research Reserve System-wide Monitoring Program (NERR SWMP).