What is GEM3?

GEM3 is a statewide NSF EPSCoR research program aimed at discovering fundamental knowledge of genetic mechanisms that can predict how organisms adapt to changing environments and thus inform evidence based management of natural resources.

We are studying two key taxa: one aquatic (redband trout) and one terrestrial (sagebrush). These taxa are integral to ecosystems in the American West, and are central to land-use management decisions that drive the economy of the region.

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Presenting the GEM3 Data Map!

With over 300 records and growing, explore the research and collaborations taking place across Idaho and beyond!

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Explore the Data Dashboard!

Whether looking for information or submitting data/metadata, UAS flight logs, or other media, this is the place for you!

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Take a Virtual Tour of GEM3!

Explore GEM3 as an immersive, 3-D experience with panoramas, photos, and videos. See what our researchers are up to!

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GEM3 Lab Modules!

Combining undergraduate education and faculty research in a team-based context. Incorporate modules into your lab courses!

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