Figure 3. Our team of strong ecologists carrying up the transplants on a stretcher!
Figure 2. Increasing summer temperature trends at Niwot Ridge. Shown are lines from linear regression (red) and a loess function (blue).
Figure 1. View of the Niwot Ridge LTER Site in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA.
The Chronolog station at the Niwot Ridge LTER captures changes to the alpine tundra. Community members still manage to contribute photos to this remote site.
Brigham prepares a PCR reaction to amplify the DNA extracted from the soil microbial samples.
Researchers at the Niwot LTER collect data at their study plots.
Community scientists converge at Loveland Pass on a cold June morning to learn pika surveying techniques. Credit: Angela Theodosopoulos, CC BY-SA 4.0.
A pika looks out over the talus.
Niwot teacher and student identifying flowers.