Inventory & Monitoring Video Series
The National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program collects, organizes, and communicates natural resource science and research in national parks. Organized into 32 ecological networks, this program helps us better understand the connection between each park and their natural resources, including key wildlife and plant species, air quality and water. These videos invite you to explore examples of inventory and monitoring research in national parks and understand our relationship to the natural world to promote protection of these places for future generations.
Video 1: I&M Overview | Video 2: I&M at Big Bend | Video 3: I&M at White Sands
Last Updated: April 16, 2012