For the 2018 LTER Science Council Meeting in Madison, Wisconsin, each site gave a 5 minutes overview of site news and a few results focusing on organic matter trends, processing, or transport. The process offered food for thought as science council participants broke into working groups to develop approaches to synthesizing organic matter findings.
2020 Science Council meeting moves online
Can seagrass meadows mitigate climate change?
What makes a network work? Collaboration in the LTER Network
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Thinking about long-term futures to make better decisions today
LTER Network News | February 2020
LTER at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020
2020 Synthesis Working Groups Announcement
Cold, Dry, and Phosphorus Limited: microbial activity in nutrient poor habitats
Sea level rise impacting nitrogen cycle in tidal freshwater marshes