Intensive monitoring conducted before and after the restoration work has allowed scientists to track a variety of biophysical and biological changes as a result of large-scale restoration. Adaptive management efforts have informed Refuge and USGS about what’s working well, and what can still be improved. Such long-term monitoring is crucial for understanding the complexities of the Nisqually Restoration.
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