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The Ecosytem Management Research Institute (EMRI) is a non-profit organization internationally recognized for its expertise in applying a combined ecosystem diversity (coarse filter) and species (fine filter) approach to ecological sustainability and biodiversity conservation initiatives. EMRI specializes in identifying, describing, and quantifying native ecosystem diversity as the scientific basis for understanding reference conditions and cumulative change in a landscape. The ecosystem diversity framework is also used to evaluate the effects of habitat change on species of concern or focal species. To facilitate this, EMRI has developed innovative tools and methods to conduct both landscape and species assessments. The results can then be used in a collaborative decision-making process to identify key locations and actions needed in the landscape to meet multiple resource management objectives.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about EMRI's unique skills and diverse range of programs and projects. To discuss how EMRI can assist with your conservation efforts, please contact us.

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EMRI and the Centre for Amur Tiger Study and Conservation have established a MOU to facilitate collaborative efforts to conserve the Amur tiger in the Russian Far East region.

Congratulations to Jon Haufler, EMRI's Executive Director!! Jon has been elected to The Wildlife Society's Executive Board. He is currently serving as Past-President of TWS, the professional society for wildlife biologists. Jon is also serving on the Sustainable Forestry Initiative's Board of Directors.

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