137 Military Land Use and Management: II

Poster Session
ASA Section: Land Management & Conservation
The U.S. and other militaries manage millions of acres of land for military training. These lands contain a variety of soil, geological and biological resources. They also contain a wide variety of some of the most diverse ecosystems. The challenge is to manage these lands in concert with military use, while maintaining the unique biodiversity that sustains these lands. This requires research in soil, microbial, plant and biological communities and system impacts. Presentation of experimental research and results at every level for these ecosystems, e.g. basic/micro, applied/relationships and impacts/systems is appropriate.


Military Land Use and Management Community

Military Land Use and Management Community

Monday, November 16, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Community Leader:
Robert M. Lacey
Robert M. Lacey
Poster #711
Poster #712
Reducing Risk in Invasive Species Management.
Harold E. Balbach, U.S. Army; Lisa Rew, Montana State University; Robert M Lacey, USA ERDC
Poster Presentation
  • Balbach - Reducing Risk.pdf (1.5 MB)
  • Poster #713
    Development of a Tool for an Integrated Approach to Land Impacts from Military Training.
    Matthew Hiett, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Natalie Myers, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers