Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Martin - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Bear - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Cabin - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Shortia - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Beverage - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Greenway - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Ghosts - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Kudzu - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Fragmentation - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Walnut Cove - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Amphitheatre - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016

Greetings from Asheville!

Thank you to all who participated in the US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting, April 3 - 7, 2016 in Asheville, North Carolina. The following materials were provided onsite at the conference registration desk but are available online for your reference: 

The following book of abstracts was made available after the conference concluded:

Organized by: The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center of the U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station.

Local Organizers: William W. Hargrove, Ph.D., Research Ecologist (Co-Chair); Kurt Riitters, Ph.D., Research Ecologist & Team Leader (Co-Chair); Danny C. Lee, Ph.D., Center Director; Steven P Norman, Ph.D., Research Ecologist; Stephanie Worley-Firley, Biological Science Information Specialist

Venue: The host hotel, the Asheville Renaissance Hotel, is one of the most centrally located Asheville, NC hotels and is just minutes away from Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway. www.renaissanceasheville.com

US-IALE fosters landscape ecology in the United States, providing a link among practitioners in landscape ecology in the U.S. and the international community, and promoting interdisciplinary research and communication among scientists, planners, and other professionals concerned with landscape ecology.

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