National Gap Analysis Program (U.S.)



National Gap Analysis Program (U.S.) Related

CGIAR Systemwide Program on Participatory Research & Gender Analysis (PRGA):: Develops and promotes methods and organizational approaches for gender-sensitive participatory research on plant breeding and on management of crops and natural resources.

National Pig Improvement Program:: Provides a service to the Australian pig industry by providing genetic evaluation services for participating purebred herds.

National Turfgrass Evaluation Program:: NTEP national test results of cultivars (varieties) of Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, perennial ryegrass, creeping bentgrass, bermudagrass, buffalograss, St. Augustinegrass, and zoysiagrass.

National Dryland Salinity Program:: Is a collaborative research and development effort that is investigating the causes of, and solutions to, the problem of dryland salinity in Australia.

National Chemical Safety Program:: Public/private partnership working to promote chemical safety and reduce processing incidents while building public trust through community interaction.

National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP):: US federal-state-NGO cooperative effort operating a national precipitation monitoring network to observe geographic and temporal trends in acidity, mercury, and other attributes. Includes data, maps, and meeting announcements.

NEHA - National Radon Proficiency Program:: Nationwide list of certified radon measurement or mitigation professionals. Administers the national certification program.

National Invertebrate Genetic Resources Program:: A program of the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Goals include: preservation of reference specimens, maintenance of genetically important germplasm, documentation of specific insect stocks, management of databases, distribution of material to researchers and breeders.

Sarasota Bay National Estuary Program:: Dedicated to improving and protecting the area's natural resources.

National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP):: The National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) is one of the most widely-known turfgrass research programs in the world. From humble beginnings, NTEP has expanded to the evaluation of seventeen turfgrass species in as many as forty U.S. states and six provinces in Canada. Information such as turfgrass quality, color, density, resistance to diseases and insects, tolerance to heat, cold, drought and traffic is collected and summarized by NTEP ann

  • New Additions: Evaluation and Monitoring
Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL)
ALTER-Net
Nature Worldwide: Monitoring Nature
Towards European Biodiversity Monitoring