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ecoReata in The Forestry Source

I am very pleased to share that The Complexity of a Simple Map is featured in the GIS for Foresters section of the January 2015 Society of American Foresters trade publication, The Forestry Source. Please check it out on page 13 by clicking here or the image above. Citation: Hale, D. Stuart (2015). The Complexity of […]

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Resources for Ecosystem Services and Markets in Tennessee

Finding relevant data on ecosystem services and markets can be challenging. In some cases, there is too much and it’s esoteric; and in others, the information is scant. Below, is a list of resources, mostly specific to Tennessee but often applicable to all of Appalachia. Hopefully you will find it helpful, and please share any […]

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A Forest Carbon Inventory via Twitter

The role of a forester is frequently misunderstood. They spend much of their time alone in the woods, and therefore do not communicate the importance and value of the services they perform or the natural resources they manage. However as many of these resources such as clear air, water, and biodiversity become increasingly important, it […]

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Introduction to Ecosystem Services

The concept of human welfare depending on environmental health has long been apparent in human thought and existence. From the earliest examples of humans being totally reliant on their resources at hand for survival to more recent and nuanced benefits and services such as clean air and water, the importance of these products has been […]

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