Interagency Science and Research Strategy was a Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act (SNPLMA)-funded project administered through the Southern Nevada Agency Partnership (SNAP): the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Forest Service.

The major accomplishment of this project was the development of the SNAP Science and Research Strategy: an 11-chapter document designed to integrate and coordinate scientific research programs in Southern Nevada and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of these programs. The Strategy is intended to inform and guide SNAP agencies in identifying and articulating highest priority science and research needs, sharing resources and funds from other sources, and eliminating redundancy between research programs within their focus areas. The major focus areas of the Strategy are Fire, Invasive Species, Watersheds and Landscapes, Biodiversity, Cultural Resources, Historic Content, Recreation, Land Use, and Education.

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Submissions from 2009

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Interagency Science and Research: Final Project Report, Jennell M. Miller, Craig J. Palmer, and Margaret N. Rees

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Interagency Science and Research: Quarterly Progress Report, January 31, 2009, Margaret N. Rees

Submissions from 2002

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Southern Nevada Interagency Science & Research Program, Public Lands Institute