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Trends Newsletter | Winter 2017

Accurately Defining Natural Resource Injury

Winter 2017 | Natural Resource Damages (NRD) | by Tim Verslycke

Accurately Defining Natural Resource Injury

Scientists must confront the growing challenges of conducting NRDAs with a full understanding of the inherent strengths and limitations of the various tools used to evaluate ecological harm.

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Marine Oil Spill Data Quality

Winter 2017 | Natural Resource Damages (NRD) | by A. Dallas Wait

Marine Oil Spill Data Quality

Sampling an oil spill may sound simple, but producing high quality data for NRDA is complex and fraught with potential data quality issues.

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What’s in the Mud? Sediment Sampling for NRDA

Winter 2017 | Natural Resource Damages (NRD) | by Carrie Tuit

What’s in the Mud? Sediment Sampling for NRDA

NRDA sediment injury assessment should follow best practices in order to produce valid, meaningful data that is dependable and defendable.

 

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Guest Editorial: Will Your NRD Settlement Stand Up in Court?

Winter 2017 | Natural Resource Damages (NRD) | by Thomas Hogan

Guest Editorial: Will Your NRD Settlement Stand Up in Court?

Every NRD settlement should have a fact-based written record that explains how the dollar amount of the damages was calculated and how each party’s proportion of those damages was determined.

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What's New at Gradient

Winter 2017 | Natural Resource Damages (NRD) | by Gradient

What's New at Gradient

A listing of awards, announcements, recent publications and upcoming presentations

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