"An important part of the future
success of BRCC revolves around its
to expand research opportunities and binational collaborations
Biodiversity Research Center of the Californias (BRCC) scientists will assist in the strategic planning process by assessing the current condition of research and collections activities
and the perceived strengths and weaknesses of the research division. They will also provide important input to help
determine the type of research that the division will be conducting over
the next decade.
An important part of the future success of BRCC revolves around its ability
to expand research opportunities and binational collaborations with
Mexican scientists and to participate in binational and multidisciplinary
expeditions in the Peninsular California region. BRCC scientist's input
will be critical in developing this part of the strategic plan.
Critical questions include what will be the mix of basic
taxonomic, phylogenetic, evolutionary biological, ecological, and
conservation research/work. Future staffing priorities will necessarily
flow from the decisions reached. BRCC scientists will also need to be
deeply involved in leading discussions about division funding and the need
for a balance between endowment, grant, contract, and general Museum
funding sources for science.
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