On Monday, November 8, 2021 each LTER site will give a 5 minute flash talk about a current research initiative. These flash talks are open to the public, so share widely!
There are three hour-long sessions throughout the day, with time for mingling and follow-up questions interspersed.
- 9 am-10 am (PST): Restoration and Managed Ecosystems and Historical influences/legacies
- 11 am -12 pm (PST): Environmental Justice and Vulnerability to Extreme Events
- 1 pm – 2 pm (PST): Human Dominated Ecosystems, including one Interdisciplinary talk and one Climate Variability talk
Talk topics and titles are subject to updates, so be sure to check here later for a final schedule.
Attendees must register to receive a zoom link.
9am-10am Pacific, Monday November 8
|11.14.22||Konza Prairie||Jesse Nippert||Restoration and Managed Ecosystems||Alternative stable states in tallgrass prarie|
|11.14.22||Virginia Coast Reserve||Matthew Reidenbach||Restoration and Managed Ecosystems||Restoration and management of seagrass meadows and oyster reefs|
|11.14.22||Bonanza Creek||Michelle Mack||Restoration and Managed Ecosystems||How disturbance ecology informs wildfire mitigation at the Bonanza Creek LTER|
|11.14.22||Santa Barbara Channel||Robert Miller||Restoration and Managed Ecosystems||Effects of fishing on spiny lobster and evidence (no evidence) of fishing-induced trophic cascades.|
|11.14.22||Northeast US Shelf||Heidi Sosik||Restoration and Managed Ecosystems||Plankton, forage fish, and climate: Implications for a managed large marine ecosystem|
|11.14.22||Plum Island Ecosystems||Anne Giblin||Historical Influences/Legacies||Sediment supply and sea level rise along the east coast|
|11.14.22||Georgia Coastal Ecosystems||Victor Thompson||Historical Influences/Legacies||Human legacies on the Georgia coast|
|11.14.22||McMurdo Dry Valleys||Adrian Howkins||Historical Influences/Legacies||Human impacts of researchers in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica|
|11.14.22||California Current Ecosystem||Lihini Aluwihare||Historical Influences/Legacies||A new look at DDT in food webs of the California Current Ecosystem.|
|11.14.22||Cedar Creek||Elizabeth Borer||Historical Influences/Legacies||Disturbance and recovery in grassland ecosystems|