CRSSA provides students, faculty, staff, and other researchers with state-of-the-art facilities for remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) teaching and research. CRSSA advances the application of geospatial technologies to land use planning, natural resource management, agriculture, and the environment.
The Center for Resilient Landscapes (CRL) is a collaborative research effort of Rutgers University, the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, located on Rutgers' George H. Cook Campus. The objective of the Center is to focus on the development of social-ecological system resilience, from short-term recovery, to longer-term restoration, to fundamental system re-organization or resistance
A research and teaching center established to study the ecological restoration of human-dominated lands, increasing biodiversity and ecological services. The Center for Urban Restoration Ecology (CURE) works in collaboration with public agencies and other universities across the New York - New Jersey region.
The Chrysler Herbarium houses approximately 120,000 plant, algal, moss and lichen specimens are arranged and catalogued systematically. The collection is world-wide in scope, with an emphasis on New Jersey. The Rutgers Mycological Herbarium holds an estimated 40,000 fungal specimens.
The Gentian Research Network is a free, not-for-profit, web-based forum for worldwide research on the natural history and evolution of the flowering plant family Gentianaceae (gentians). The website gives information on current research projects, references, images, and contact information for researchers and photographers.