LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Fall 2000 – Featured in this issue: According to most of the plenary addresses of the 2000 All Scientists Meeting in Snowbird, Utah, ecological researchers must think outside the box. Sociologists, modelers, climatologists, paleoecologists, remote sensing specialists, and science administrators all emphasized the need of ecological scientists to become comfortable with multiple disciplines and define questions that are significant in each of these fields simultaneously. Only through such mutual respect and understanding can multiple disciplines be merged into a coherent interdisciplinary research team. In this issue, we pick up this theme and encourage researchers and information technologists to move beyond the traditional role of information management as a data archiving service. We have a unique set of skills to offer ecologists, and those skills are more likely to be used when we define our expertise in relation to pressing ecological questions. The Fall 2000 issue of Databits presents the many ways information managers and technology experts are lending their unique talents to address complex ecological issues and problems today. We have included summaries from information management workshops held at the All Scientists Meeting in the hopes that the readership of this newsletter will envision applications of their own research across the multiple disciplines that comprise ecological science.
LTER Community Calls
Strengthen Mentoring Skills
LTER & FieldFutures Anti-Harassment Workshop
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