Experimental Forests project proposal and record form metadata

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The UMN Experimental Forests research coordinator uses a project tracking procedure, often called the Project Records data management system, to document and record the research, teaching, demonstration, management, and other activities that occur across the land base. The goal for tracking is to be a good steward of the land and data resources by documenting the extent to which we are manipulating, using, and observing the ecosystems. To initiate a project, potential project leaders submit a Project Proposal Form. Once a project is approved, the project is given a unique ID number and the form becomes the project's Project Record form. This metadata document describes the information/data that is recorded in each section of the proposal/record form. It is intended to both help answer questions as project leaders fill out the form and to serve as metadata for the Experimental Forests research coordination team.


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Gill, Kyle G. (2022). Experimental Forests project proposal and record form metadata. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/225845.

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