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This area contains private Work Space for the three broad Communities of Practice: Aquatic Systems, Terrestrial Systems, and Human Dimensions, created to support specific work tasks of the Appalachian LCC, such as annual review of the Science Needs Portfolio.
Aquatic Systems

Aquatic Systems

This space is reserved for the scientific community of practice (COP) with interests focused on Aquatic Systems, to include members of Fish Habitat Partnerships, fish Joint Ventures, other formal organizations with similar expertise (e.g. Trout Unlimited biologists, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society) and additional non-member experts. All folders and content within this Work Space are private and can only be seen by registered members of the group. If you wish to participate in active discussions and information sharing, you can join this CoP by clicking on the "Join a Group" button on the top right.

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Terrestrial Systems

Terrestrial Systems

This space is reserved for the scientific community of practice (COP) with interests focused on Terrestrial Systems, to include members of the Appalachian Mountain and Central Hardwoods Joint Ventures, Partnerships for Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, and others - although many individuals will also be interested in our Aquatics Systems COP. All folders and content within this Work Space are private and can only be seen by registered members of the group. If you wish to participate in active discussions and information sharing, you can join this COP by clicking on the "Join a Group" button on the top right.

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Human Dimensions  (COP)

Human Dimensions (COP)

This space is reserved for the scientific community of practice (COP) with interests focused on human dimensions aspects of conservation, including ecosystem services, issues surrounding working lands and energy development, etc. All folders and content within this Work Space are private and can only be seen by registered members of the group. If you wish to participate in active discussions and information sharing, you can join this COP by clicking on the "Join a Group" button on the top right.

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