Restoration Ecology

Across the country, irreplaceable resources are increasingly at risk. Environmental stresses — wind, water, weather — take their toll as do population growth and urban development. Accommodating growth while preserving, restoring, and conserving natural resources is challenging, but vital to individual communities and economic strength as a whole. The Restoration Ecology Team conducts research in watershed management and restoration of compromised ecological systems. Project scope includes development of:

  • Community-based watershed planning and management programs
  • Ecosystem restoration for rivers, wetlands, and coastal environments
  • Remediation methods for abandoned industrial sites or brownfields
  • Practices to prevent and manage pollution caused by stormwater runoff
  • Forest and wildlife habitat regeneration and management emissions


Institute of Computational Ecology - ice.clemson.edu

Center for Watershed Excellence - www.clemson.edu/watershedcenter

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Restoration Ecology
Program Contact:

Gene W. Eidson, Ph.D.
Restoration Ecology Director
Phone: 864-710-0882
Email: geidson@clemson.edu



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South Carolina Water Resources Conference
October 15-16, 2014
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
www.scwaterconference.org 

 

Intelligent River®
Research Enterprise

"From Observational
to Operational"

www.intelligentriver.org

 

Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project
Aiken, SC

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