Describes the then-24 projects of the LTER and the fundamental and applied ecological issues that can be understood only through a long-term approach. Authors: John E. Hobbie, Stephen R. Carpenter, Nancy B. Grimm, James R. Gosz, and Timothy R. Seastedt. From BioScience, January 2003/Vol. 53 No. 1.
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