Adaptive Science-Based Framework for Great Lakes Restoration
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The Great Lakes Interagency Task Force is seeking comments on the draft "Adaptive Science-Based Framework for Great Lakes Restoration." The framework is intended to guide cost-effective and strategically appropriate restoration actions under the GLRI by using the best available science and applying lessons learned from past and on-going restoration projects and programs.
This framework recommends two key enhancements for the GLRI:
- The first recommendation is the use of a science-based adaptive restoration approach. This approach promotes a systematic and iterative process by which to apply lessons learned on a programmatic level to prioritization of decisions and identification of actions most likely to advance the effectiveness and collective success of restoration efforts.
- The second, and related, recommendation is development and use of an enhanced information system that will further support GLRI decision-making by the IATF and the RWG and facilitate adaptive restoration through time.
Please use the form below to submit your comments on the draft Adaptive Science-Based Framework for Great Lakes Restoration. You can also email your comments to email@example.com. Comments are due July 12, 2013.
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