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Site Lightning Talks 2019

Each year at the annual LTER Science Council Meeting, site leaders present 5-minute lightning talks describing interesting new science at their sites. In 2019, in preparation for the decadal review…

LTER Road Trip: Finding Pika Poo

Ashley Whipple studies pika in the Colorado mountains.Credit: E Zambello/LTER-NCO CC BY 4.0 My second morning at the Niwot Ridge LTER dawned warm but windier than the day before, and…

LTER Road Trip: Restoring the Minnesota Bison

Lounging bison at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.Credit: E Zambello/LTER-NCO CC BY 4.0 Dr. Chad Zirbel, a postdoc at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve (CDR), and his intern stood in…

Education Digital Library

Find Resources Submit a Resource Contact The LTER Education Digital Library Project is a collection of reviewed and annotated digital resources relating to the ongoing efforts of the Long…

About the LTER Network

The events that reshape ecosystems can be infrequent and often unpredictable. Major droughts, hurricanes, the arrival of a new species, or a shift in ocean currents can dramatically affect…

2018 NSF LTER Symposium: Understanding Our Ocean Connections

April 19, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – Noon National Science Foundation, 2415 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia Room # W2210 and W2220 Each year, the National Science Foundation Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)…

Information Management

Credit: PIxabay CC-0Purpose The Long-Term Ecological Research Network includes research sites inside and outside the U.S. representing a wide variety of ecosystems and research emphases. At each site an information…