A Kellogg LTER ladybug.
Aerial view of the chain lakes and human-nature interaction in the Yahara Watershed, Wisconsin.
2018 Science Council Lightning Talk
A “coquí” tree frog (Genus Eleutherodactylus) at the Luquillo Forest LTER, Puerto Rico. Population densities of coquis can reach 20,000 individuals/ha. They are the dominant predator in the nocturnal food web. (Photo by Aaron Shiels)
Photo Credit: K.Stepnitz, Michigan State University
a waterfall pours down a rock face with rhododenrons in the foreground
Maintaining a remote sensing raft on Sparkling Lake, northern Wisconsin
Canoeing Allequash Creek – the core study reach for USGS-WEBB research + LTER stream-based research at NTL. Water temperature, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, river stage and discharge are monitored in real-time on this reach and are viewable through the USGS web page.