Featured in this issue: Welcome to the Spring 2007 issue of Databits! Twenty-two authors or coauthors submitted articles for this issue, which is a testament to the committment of Information Managers to sharing information. The articles represent the diversity of interests within the LTER IM community and highlight a number of current topics. Most notably, there is a discussion about proposed changes in the organizational structure of the IM committee that would better integrate the GIS working group and the Technology Committee. Additionally in this issue, several articles focus on Ecological Metadata Language, describing recent developments and applications. Lastly, a number of LTER sites will be having their NSF midterm reviews in the coming months. The Baltimore Ecosystem Study was one of the first sites to be reviewed so Jonathan Walsh provided a list of some things to think about as sites prepare for these visits. We hope you find this issue of Databits informative and helpful and we thank all those who contributed articles. Enjoy!
Data Analysts at the LTER boost working group productivity
Seven new synthesis working groups at the LTER
Alpine stream chemistries are changing, but rock glaciers might not have as much influence as previously thought
LTER at AGU Fall Meeting, 2022
DataBits Through the Years
Do fish graze the way for coral recovery?
2022 LTER Network Response to the Fourth Decadal Review
We are all interconnected
Two LTER Sites Emerge from Hurricanes Intact
Taking it to the park: mapping sawgrass vulnerability to peat collapse in the Florida Everglades