Science and Management is a semi-annual publication about interesting and innovative research and management projects being undertaken in parks and networks in the Northeast Region. Its purpose is disseminate ideas and practices regionwide that natural resource staff may find useful in their own work.
Below is a list of articles about research and management practices in parks in the Northeast region. These articles appear in National Park Service publications online and in print, and in other scientific publications.
Click on the blue titles to go to the article.
Building Partnerships to Restore an Urban Marsh Ecosystem at Gateway National Recreation Area (Park Science, Winter 2010-2011)
An Innovative Method for Nondestructive Analysis of Cast Iron Artifacts at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, Pennsylvania (Park Science, Winter 2010-2011)
Forest Vegetation Monitoring in Eastern Parks (Park Science, Fall 2009)
Sea-level Rise, Climate Change, and Salt-marsh Development Processes at Fire Island (Park Science, Fall 2009)
Monitoring and Evaluating the Ecological Integrity of Forest Ecosystems ( Frontiers in Ecology and Environment, August 2009)
Mercury in Snow at Acadia National Park Reveals Watershed Dynamics (Park Science, Spring 2009)
Using Dendrochronology to Model Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Assessing the Effects of Ungulates ion Natural Resources at Assateague Island National Seashore (Park Science, Summer 2008)
Mine Portals at New River Gorge (Park Science, Summer 2008)