The US LTER network has grown rapidly over the past 20 years, both in size and in the scope of its activities. This growth is generally welcomed and is viewed overall as a mark of the success of the network and its individual sites and investigators. From an initial group of 6 LTER sites and a few dozen investigators in 1980, the network has grown to 24 sites in 2001, involving the work of hundreds of scientists, students, and teachers from scores of institutions at all levels of research and education. The LTER enterprise is unique in the ecological community.
LTER Grad Student Spotlight: Emilia Grzesik
Fire Brings New Perspectives on Disturbance at H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest
LTER Network Orientation
The Edge of Agriculture: Pests and Crop Configuration
Seeing the forest for the shrubs in Southern Appalachia
LTER Road Trip: Boreal Forest Research Legacies
Databits: LTER Site Bytes 2020 Coastal Edition
LTER at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2020
Presenting at an upcoming meeting?
Stop giving early and late Arctic seasons the 'cold shoulder', say LTER scientists