We appreciate the opportunity to upgrade and expand our research instrumentation. The proposed equipment will allow us (a) to monitor the effects of livestock grazing on net primary production on a daily or even shorter basis, (b) to expand our network of precipitation measurements for better accounting of subregional variability, and (c) to replace necessary laboratory equipment used to process samples for long-term datasets. In addition, we request funding (d) to support greater involvement by Susan Stafford for development of a long-term plan for data management at SGS-LTER.
Don’t stick your hand in there – a story about caution and observation on the reefs of Moorea.
2023 Year in Review: a year of self reflection and investment in our future
Meandering Through the Mangrove Forests of the Florida Coastal Everglades
Burning Down the House Party
At the helm of ChANGE: driving forward a new experiment
Burned forest, bleached reef: LTER sites adapt to learn from disturbance
Tiny But Mighty: How Flies Shape Agroecosystems
Sea urchins mothers can help their offspring withstand marine heatwaves
LTER at AGU, 2023