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Park Research & Intensive Monitoring of Ecosystems NETwork

PRIMENet is a joint Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Park Service (NPS) program to assess the effects of environmental stressors on ecological systems nation wide.  A system of 14 monitoring and research sites have been established in National Parks. This network of monitoring and research locations uses the park units as "outdoor laboratories," where environmental changes are monitored through time in relatively undisturbed sites.

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PRIMENet parks include: Acadia [ACAD], Big Bend [BIBE], Canyonlands [CANY], Denali [DENA], Everglades [EVER], Great Smoky Mountains [GRSM], Glacier [GLAC], Hawaii Volcanoes [HAVO], Olympic [OLYM], Rocky Mountain [ROMO], Shenandoah [SHEN], Sequoia/Kings Canyon [SEKI], Theodore Roosevelt [THRO], and Virgin Islands [VIIS] National Parks. 
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