By the Carolina Wetlands Association

The purpose of this survey is to compile information about current or recently completed (past 2 years) wetland research conducted in North and South Carolina.  We will present the results of this survey at the NC WRRI conference on March 22 and summarize the results on our website (www.carolinawetlands.org)

The survey lets you submit 3 research projects.  If you have more research, please submit another survey response.  Also, if you have additional information or summary that doesn't fit the survey, you can e-mail that information to Rick Savage and Kim Matthews at info@carolinawetlands.org

The Carolina Wetlands Association is a non-partisan, science- based organization advocating for wetlands.  One of our goals is to promote and support scientific research of wetlands in the Carolinas.  We hope this survey will be a step toward fulfilling this goal.  

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* 1. Name and E-mail

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* 2. Institution/Organization

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* 3. Title and Abstract (or Description) of Research Project #1

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* 4. Title and Abstract or (Description) of Research Project #2

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* 5. Title and Abstract or (Description) of Research Project #3

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* 6. For each research project list above, indicate how you have or plan to communicate the results from the research.

  Journal article Conference Presentation Technical Report Dissertation/Thesis Website/Social Media
Research Project #1
Research Project #2
Research Project #3

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* 7. For each research project listed above, indicate the source(s) of funding.

  Federal State Foundation (e.g., Doris Duke, Z. Smith Reynolds) Other Non-profit organization University
Project #1
Project #2
Project #3

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* 8. For each research project listed above, indicate the total cost or budget.

  <$50,000 $50,000 - $150,000 $150,000 - $250,000 $250,000 - $500,000 >$500,000
Project #1
Project #2
Project #3

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* 9. Where is more research needed on wetlands in North and South Carolina?  This will help us identify needs for future research.

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* 10. What are limitations to wetland research in North and South Carolina?

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