Landscape Restoration and Adaptation Branch
The Landscape Restoration and Adaptation Branch (LRAB) provides the policy, tools, and technical assistance necessary for national parks to restore disrupted ecological processes and degraded landscapes, improving ecosystem response. From biological invasions to development by humans, LRAB collectively addresses through a variety of strategies.
Branch expertise includes:
Plant, soil, and fire ecology,
Invasive plant management,
Data management, and
Spatial modeling of landscapes
LRAB provides scientific expertise and technical support to regional and park staff in a time of constant environmental change, increased visitation to parks, and more.
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Last updated: February 15, 2018