The GLNF-CESU is a network of faculty and staff from 33 leading academic institutions, specialists from 10 conservation organizations, and resource managers from 9 federal agencies. All units transcend political and institutional boundaries and strive to improve the scientific base for managing publk lands by providing resource managers with highquality scientific research, technical assistance, and education. The GLNF-CESU seeks to resolve resource problems at multiple scales using interdisciplinary ecosystem studies involving the biological, physical, social, and cultural sciences. This web site is dedicated to enhancing communication with and among our partners.
Links to other CESU Network, other Great Lakes resources and websites, and Sea Grant web sites