An Interactive Website for Diverse Professionals Working on
Natural Resource Damage Assessments and Related Issues

This Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR) Practice Exchange website was developed in 2005 by the Ad-Hoc Industry Natural Resource Management Group, in cooperation with the US Department of Commerce/NOAA, the US Department of the Interior and representatives of the State natural resource trustee community, in order to facilitate communication and practice exchange among diverse practitioners engaged in the conduct of Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA), remediation, restoration and related matters.

This website is intended for use by diverse practitioners engaged in natural resource damage assessment (NRDA) and restoration matters -- including industrial companies, Federal and State Government department and agencies, Tribes, as well as practicing attorneys, scientists, economists and others -- and we invite contributions to this website. Documents, presentations and other information of potential interest to the broad practitioner community may be sent to for posting on the website.

Note: A similar website related to natural resource damage and related issues under European laws, namely the Environmental Liability Directive, can be found at

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