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Pelagic ecosystem responses to climate forcing

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. Linear tracking or threshold dynamics?

Mark D. Ohman, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3396/

March 12, 2011
Urban Systems & Resilience to Climate Change

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. A comparison of environmental governance networks in Baltimore & Seattle

Michele Romolini , Baltimore Ecosystem Study LTER

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3399/

March 12, 2011
Water Connects All

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. Water Connects All:Climate Change and Mountain Hydrology in a Watershed Context

Anne Nolin, Oregon State University and HJ Andrews Long Term Ecological Research Site

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3397/

March 12, 2011
Use of a tower network…

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. Marcy Litvak, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, Sevilleta LTER

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3400/

March 11, 2011
Scenarios of Landscape Change: America’s Forest Future

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. Thomas A. Spies, USDA Forest Service, H.J. Andrews LTER and David R. Foster, Harvard University, Harvard LTER

A vision for LTER Research Contribution to Society

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3401/

March 11, 2011
Climate Change and Marine Biogeochemical Modeling from Local to Global Scales

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. Scott Doney, WHOI & Palmer LTER

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3398/

March 11, 2011
Assessing the sensitivity of grassland ecosystems to climate change

NSF Forum: Understanding Climate Change Through Long-Term Ecological Research

March 2, 2011. John M. Blair, Kansas State University.

See also http://intranet2.lternet.edu/node/3402/

March 11, 2011