The National Science Foundation recently requested proposals for supplements to existing Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) programs for the purpose of establishing T1 connectivity to field stations that serve the LTER programs. As part of these supplement requests, LTER sites were invited to establish similar levels of connectivity at associated Schoolyard LTER (SLTER) sites. Twelve sites requested funds to improve connectivity to 20 secondary schools affiliated with LTER sites. The present proposal requests funds for a centralized effort to exploit this improved Internet accessibility to enhance dissemination of information between LTER and SUER sites.
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