- Peatland function, including studies of plant production, decay, nutrient cycling, and historic acid conditions in peat profile.
- Effects of timber harvest, prescribed burning, fertilizer and herbicide use, and grazing on water yield and quality.
- Guidelines for protecting wetlands while managing for timber.
- Maintenance of long-term records of climate and hydrology.
- Peatland interactions with the atmosphere, including their effect on global climate change.
- The chemistry of rain and snow is studied as part of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (1 of 200 sites in the U.S.)
- Testing of soil water to determine ecosystem health.
- Water flow, carbon dynamics, nutrient cycling, acid rain, mercury deposition, and the biogeochemistry of peatlands.
- Long-Term Soil Productivity (one of many sites in a national study).
Last Modified: 02/02/2007