In This Issue: A User’s Guide to the 2009 LTER All Scientists Meeting; LNO renewal nearly complete; How the Arctic LTER helped me prepare to be a mom; LTER Network embarks on Strategic Communication planning; Final NEON Observatory Design released; Science and Policy: Washington, D.C., in the Obama era; NSF announces ULTRA-Ex; Cedar Creek holds first Citizen Science Field Day; Andrews LTER partners ONRE; Warmer climate causing increase in tree mortality; Luquillo LTER studying recent environmental changes; Reinvigorating the LTER Climate Committee; Harvard Forest hosts workshop with an eye to the future; Culturally relevant ecology; Graduate students take stock of year’s activities; SEEDS holds 4th Annual Leadership Meeting at Sevilleta; Online course to teach science of Climate Change; Tracking wind in the McMurdo Dry Valleys; Measuring history…but which history?; Virtual Water Cooler keeps LTER Information Managers in the loop; Recommendations for LTER remote sensing data and coordination efforts; New tools for MODIS data; EcoTrends project update; Establishing hurricane network in the Greater Carribbean Region; ILTER meeting fosters collaboration between Northern Patagonia and northwestern United States.
LTER Diversity Committee Hosts Community Building Seminars
Academic Careers Panel
Meet our LTER Graduate Student Science Writers for 2021!
DataBits: Winter/Spring Edition of Site Bytes
New Book: The Challenges of Long Term Ecological Research: A Historical Analysis
LTER Workshop - Making REU Pre-Orientation Program Trailers
A User’s Guide to the LTERHub
Choose Your Poison: Plant Disease Outbreaks May Be Curbed by Periodic Wildfire
Implementing a Virtual Site All-Scientists’ Meeting
LTER Graduate Student Spotlight: Marina Lauck