FEMC has expanded the scope of our work through partnerships with other states in the region. FEMC has successfully partnered with agencies and researchers in New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine with the goal of being a catalyst for collaboration, communication and data sharing. The natural world is not restricted by borders or boundaries and neither should the monitoring and research studying these environmental issues. FEMC is continually looking to expand our reach, if you would like to set up a regionalization project in your area please contact us.

Current Projects

FEMC has a number of active regional and state-level projects.

FragNet: the Northeast Fragmentation Information Network

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Continuous Forest Inventory Data Compilation, Comparison and Access

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Holt Research Forest

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New Hampshire Forest Clearing Inventory

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Quantifying the Economic Impacts of Invasive Forest Pests and Diseases in Urban Areas

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Forest Regeneration Data and Trends

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Data Rescue-Finding and Preserving Data at Risk

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Connecting Forest Cover and Water Quality

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Past Projects

FEMC has completed a range of state-specific and regional partnerships. Many of these have resulted in the development of customized data collections and data-driven online tools.

EMMA data archive and access

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New York disturbance data rescue

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Massachusetts disturbance data integration

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New Hampshire birch and balsam fir data

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DEN: The DendroEcological Network

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Hemlock Woolly Adelgid-induced Losses in Riparian Corridors in New York State

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Vermont Forest Indicators Dashboard

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Climate Connection

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NEFHA: Northeastern Forest Health Atlas

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Mountain Birdwatch

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Vermont State Lands Research Atlas

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Catskill Science Collaborative Data Portal

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