In This Issue: Another successful All Scientists Meeting; View from the Chair; Barbara Benson retires; In Memoriam: Stanley Dodson; Digging in the dirt: trans-Atlantic studies on across-boundary systems; LTER at 30; I eat my words; but I won’t waste the new research opportunity; ENDURANCE excites MCM lake scientists; CAP LTER’s summer ecology program for low-income children; Harvard Forest Schoolyard LTER teacher published in Biology Letters; Mangrove forest recovery in the Everglades following Hurricane Wilma; Graduate students hold successful symposium at ASM; FCE student researcher gets planet named after him; Mud, mice, maggots, and 5th-graders!; Keeping computing safe in the Internet age; Hydrologic effects from ecosystem responses to climate and land use changes; Integrating science, society, and education for sustainability; IMC holds annual meeting at ASM; EcoTrends update; Alpine ecology workshop in Switzerland; “Frontier in Ecosystem Ecology of Northern Forests” in Japanese LTER sites.
LTER at ESA, 2022
It’s not a trap: California MPAs lead to more lobster catches over time
Facilitating Participatory Workshops
LTER Photo Contest
2022 REU Webinar Series
NEON and LTER: A Long-Term Partnership for Ecological Observation
Undergraduate Travel Fellowships for ASM
DEIJ Storytellers Needed for the ASM
What is an urban ecosystem?
The Phoenix Area Social Survey shows how people drive urban-ecological change