This is a compilation of resources from the library of Dick Neves, Professor at Virginia Tech and Director of the Virginia Tech Mussel Center. These resources include published and non-published literature that have been scanned to a PDF. A direct link to each document and summary information is provided in the spreadsheet below.
This is a compilation of data relevant to the Tennessee River Basin geographic scope that can be used to help guide conservation planning for the region's biodiversity. The Science & Management Community of Practice will be working to inventory available data sets and make them available via the portal. In the interim, if you have data you feel would be helpful to Network members please contact Gillian Bee email@example.com
Photos of the natural resources and partners working to protect those resources in the Tennessee River Basin.
The purpose of the Imperiled Aquatic Species Conservation Strategy for the Upper Tennessee River Basin is to provide a cost effective approach to guide conservation and management of imperiled freshwater fish and mussel species.
This folder contains instructional guides and handouts for using the Appalachian LCC portal and tools.