The Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program is a highly successful endeavor in the collection and analysis of scientific data on ecological processes, especially over longer temporal and larger spatial scales. The LTER Network currently consists of 18 site-based projects that span a broad array of ecosystems, and a collective, multi-site program in data collection and sharing, experimentation, and synthesis.
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