Reports and Publications
- Natural Resources Funding Manual [7.18 MB]
The Natural Resources Funding Manual identifies funding resources for which the Department of Defense (DoD) may apply, directly or through partnerships with local, state, or tribal governments; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); commercial organizations; or private landowners. It is intended to facilitate the search for funding sources, but is by no means a comprehensive list of all available resources.
- USACE Threatened and Endangered Species Research Update Newsletter [943 KB]
- Conserving Biodiversity on Military Lands - A Guide for Natural Resources Managers [34.44 MB]
Building on the success of the 1996 DoD Biodiversity Handbook, this updated version is intended to provide an overview of major DoD natural resources issues with a specific emphasis on biodiversity conservation.
- Conserving Biodiversity on Military Lands: The Commanders Guide [9.45 MB]
Biodiversity provides us with tangible and intangible benefits to our economy, our health, and our quality of life. For installation leaders, maintaining biodiversity also helps to ensure training and troop readiness. To do so successfully requires access to environments similar to those expected to be encountered in combat. This Guide provides a summary of what Commander's should know about biodiversity conservation. Coral Reef Conservation Guide for the Military
- Coral Reef Conservation Guide for the Military [830 KB]
The purpose of this Guide is to create awareness and outline procedures militaries should use to ensure safe and environmentally responsible behavior in and around coral reefs. Coral reefs are important for environmental, economic, recreational and strategic reasons. They are both beautiful and fragile resources which must be treated with respect. This Guide is intended to help military forces conduct their operations in these sensitive areas while minimizing the potential for adverse impacts to coral reefs.
- Conserving the DoDs Natural and Cultural Resources: Recent Advances, New Challenges [52 KB]
by L. Peter Boice, Winter 1999