Masthead 30(2)—Fall 2013
Integrating Research and Resource Management in the National Parks
Volume 30 • Number 2 • Fall 2013
U.S. Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Office of Education and Outreach
Director, National Park Service
Associate Director, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Editor and Layout
Lori D. Kranz (contractor)
John Dennis—Deputy Chief Scientist, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science
Charles Roman—NPS Research Coordinator, North Atlantic Coast Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, University of Rhode Island
Kathy Tonnessen—NPS Research Coordinator,
Rocky Mountains Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, University of Montana
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Marburger, J., and S. Travis. 2013. Cattail hybridization in national parks: An example of cryptic plant invasions. Park Science 30(2):58–68.
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National Park Service. 2013. Masthead. Park Science 30(2):2.
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