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1996 Data Management Workshop Report

The 1996 LTER Information Managers meeting was held at the Archbold Biological Field Station, Lake Placid, Florida, October 31 – November 3, 1996.

November 3, 1996
Spring 1996: Developing an LTER Network Information System for the 21st Century

The necessity of intersite research has driven the LTER mandate since intersite workshops in the early 1980’s. Since then the LTER data managers have been focusing on facilitating this research. Recently, the maturation of environmental information management, and advances in technology provide an impetus to accomplish more effectively the long-standing goal of facilitating intersite research (Stafford, et al. 1994). Although computers have come a long way, the fundamentals of managing research information and developing an appropriate system for management have remained relatively stable.

May 1, 1996
1995 Data Managment Workshop Report

Proceedings of the 1995 LTER Data Management Workshop, Snowbird, UT.

September 24, 1995
1994 Data Management Workshop Report

Proceedings of the 1994 LTER Data Management Workshop held September 21-24 in Seattle Washington.

September 24, 1994
1993 Data Management Workshop Report

Proceedings of the 1993 LTER Data Management Workshop held July 23-31 in Madison WI.

July 31, 1993
1992 Data Management Workshop Report

Proceedings of the 1992 LTER Data Management Workshop held August 7-9 in Honolulu Hawaii

August 9, 1992
1991 Data Management Workshop Report

1991 LTER Data Management Meeting San Antonio, TX; 1-3 August 1991 Prepared by William Michener (NIN) and James Brunt (SEV) 25 scientists (at least one from each LTER site) attended the annual meeting.

August 3, 1991
1990 Data Management Workshop Report

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1990 LTER DATA MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP (Held in Snowbird, Utah July 26-28, 1990)

July 28, 1990
1989 Data Management Workshop Report

The August 1989 LTER Data Managers’ workshop focused on developing solutions and avenues of communication to solve commonly experienced problems and meet future technological challenges.

August 6, 1989