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Peer Reviews and Publications

In order to produce high-quality science results related to the EPA and Office of Research and Development’s missions, the Landscape Sciences Program and its various components undergo extensive peer review. There are four primary types of peer review:

The Landscape Sciences program published a peer-reviewed research strategy in 2000 highlighting projects to be conducted by the program over the next 10 years. This strategy built on a previous research strategies published as EPA reports in 1994 and 1995, reviews conducted by the SAB in 1994 and 1997, and a major program review conducted by external experts in December 1996. It also has published a number of peer-reviewed research plans and journal articles over the last 7 years. The program plans to have the SAB review its progress in 2001.

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