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Forest science in the South - 2007Author(s): Southern Research Station USDA Forest Service
Source: Science Update SRS-016. Asheville, NC : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.
Publication Series: Science Update
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionWelcome to the 2007 Forest Science in the South. As in the past few years, this summary of research highlights is accompanied by a DVD that provides more detail on specific accomplishments and products, each of which has a link for ordering online or downloading as a full-text publication.
I am pleased to say that we have completed the realignment of our scientific cadre into 15 units in 5 science areas, and a pioneering unit headed up by Ken Cordell, who will now have the freedom to concentrate on his world-class research into societal trends and demographics. Charters have been completed and approved for all science areas and research units, and administrative support is beginning to gel within the units. Along with these organizational changes, we have placed a greater emphasis on inclusiveness and internal communications in a renewed commitment to attract and retain a diverse workforce capable of understanding and responding to the needs of an increasingly diverse citizenry.
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CitationUSDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 2007. Forest science in the South - 2007. Science Update SRS-016. Asheville, NC : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.
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