The central mission of the Great Lakes-Northern Forest CESU (GLNF-CESU) is to conduct a program of research, technical assistance and education that involves the biological, physical and social sciences needed to manage and preserve Great Lakes Northern Forest ecosystems in a rapidly changing landscape. Our region includes all or parts of 12 states and more than 30 percent of the nation's population, several of the nation's largest metropolitan areas, and some of the nations most significant water resources and forest lands.
The National Park Service at Isle Royale National Park is seeking statements of interest from researchers with existing or likely research projects that will advance scientific understanding of ecological processes and/or ecosystem changes related to wolf introduction at Isle Royale National Park. Although research funding is not available, the Parkis able to provide the selected partner(s) with in-kind resources which may include park housing and logistical support to facilitate the work. Although the deadline has passed, if you're still interested in contributing, please contact Mark Romanski.