The Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center began long-term planning at its inception and, in May 1997, produced a Long-Term Monitoring and Research Strategic Plan that was adopted by stakeholder groups (the Adaptive Management Work Group and the Technical Work Group) later that year. The Center then requested the National Research Council's (NRC) Water Science and Technology Board to evaluate this plan.
Table of Contents
|2 The Center's Long-Term Strategic Plan||32-50|
|3 The Adaptive Management Program||51-79|
|4 Ecosystem Monitoring and Science||80-124|
|5 Organization and Resources||125-134|
|6 Summary of Findings and Recommendations||135-140|
|Appendix A: Grand Canyon Protection Act (1992)||157-163|
|Appendix B: Adaptive Management Work Group Members||164-164|
|Appendix C: Technical Work Group Menbers||165-166|
|Appendix D: Record of Decision (1996)||167-188|
|Appendix E: Table II-7 Summary Comparison of Alternatives and Impacts||189-200|
|Appendix F: Economic Literature Relevant to Grand Canyon Management||201-220|
|Appendix G: Figures||221-227|
|Appendix H: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||228-230|
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