James W. Brunt, Peter McCartney, Karen Baker, and Susan G. Stafford – Emerging information technologies allow new exploration into tools for the management and use of information that solve problems for ecologists and create new and innovative lines of scientific inquiry. Collaborative, multi-disciplinary research programs to facilitate these new lines of inquiry have produced a need for scientific information systems that communicate data, information, and knowledge across spatial, disciplinary, and cultural boundaries.
LTER Grad Student Spotlight: Emilia Grzesik
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LTER Network Orientation
The Edge of Agriculture: Pests and Crop Configuration
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LTER Road Trip: Boreal Forest Research Legacies
Databits: LTER Site Bytes 2020 Coastal Edition
LTER at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2020
Presenting at an upcoming meeting?
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