A cross-cutting group is In EMAP's Integration and Assessment section, one group of scientific and administrative personnel headed by a technical coordinator (TC) and charged with addressing specific cross-program, integrative issues in EMAP, such as Landscape Characterization, Design and Statistics, Indicator Development, Information Management, Assessment and Reporting, Logistics, Methods, and Quality Assurance. (See related: resource group.)

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