Document Post Date
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Stephen Polasky

Bioeconomics of Biofuels: Grassland Restoration and Renewable Energy – Stephen Polasky University of Minnesota Cedar Creek LTER – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007 – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Steward T.A. Pickett

Understanding and Adaptive Management in Urban Ecosystems – Steward T.A. Pickett, Baltimore Ecosystem Study LTER, Institute of Ecosystem Studies – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Debra Peters

Synthesis: Understanding Social – Ecological Systems Through a Network of Sites – Debra Peters, Jornada Basin LTER – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Henry Gholz

Social- Ecological Change: Insights from LTER The Sixth LTER Mini-Symposium Henry Gholz, National Science Foundation – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – David Foster

Landscapes in Time: Millennial Socio-ecological Dynamics of the Northeastern U.S. – David Foster, Harvard Forest LTER – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Scott Collins

INTEGRATED SCIENCE FOR SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A mechanistic approach to socio-ecological research – Scott Collins, University of New Mexico – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Terry Chapin

Wildfires: The Intersection of changes in climate, policy, and culture in Alaska’s Boreal Forest – Terry Chapin, University of Alaska Fairbanks – LTER Mini-symposium at NSF, March 8, 2007

March 15, 2007
March 2007 LTER-NSF Presentation–Scott Collins

2. Scott Collins (Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico): “Integrated Science for Society and Environment: A Mechanistic Approach to Socio-ecological Research” introduces new network research plan that LTER is developing and develops the concepts underlying this plan.

March 14, 2007
2007 NSF-LTER Mini-symposium Presentation–Henry Gholz

1. Henry Gholz (NSF Program Director for LTER) and James P. Collins (Assistant Director for Biological Sciences): Introductory remarks provide background on the history, goals, present status and future of the LTER Network.

March 14, 2007
Spring 2006 EC meeting – Governance

Presentation given at the LTER Executive Committee Meeting, March 8-9, 2006 Arlington, VA

April 7, 2006
Spring 06 EC meeting – Cyberinfrastructure Planning within the LTER Network Planning Grant Context

Presentation given at the LTER Executive Committee Meeting, March 8-9, 2006 Arlington, VA by Barbara Benson, James Brunt, Peter McCartney, John Porter, John Vande Castle

April 7, 2006
Spring 2006 EC meeting – A Review of the Accomplishments of the LTER Network Office 2005-06

Presentation given at the LTER Executive Committee Meeting, March 8-9, 2006 Arlington, VA

April 7, 2006
Spring 2006 EC meeting – Associated Groups in LTER CI Planning

Presentation given at the LTER Executive Committee Meeting, March 8-9, 2006 Arlington, VA

April 7, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Pearson

Land use history and patterns of biodiversity in Southern Appalachian forests – Scott M. Pearson (39 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Mack

Global change and arctic systems – Michelle Mack (27 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Collins

LTER in the future: Synthesis across time, over space and among disciplines – Scott L. Collins (24 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Troxler

Ecosystem responses to hydrologic change in Everglades tree islands: Findings and future directions – Tiffany Troxler-Gann (28 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Peters

Human impacts and land cover change in drylands – Debra Peters (22 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Knapp

Global change and change in paradigm – Alan K. Knapp (22 slides)

March 28, 2006
March 2006 LTER-NSF ‘Mini-Symposium’ – Briggs

Combining archeology and ecology in the Sonoran desert and desert grasslands – John M. Briggs (35 slides)

March 28, 2006
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – LTER Document Archive

Presentation on restructuring of LTER Document Archive. By Jeanine McGann, Web Designer. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Technology Presentations by John Vande Castle

LNO technology presentations by John Vande Castle, Associate Director of Technology Development. Includes: Remote Sensing Resources and Technology Support; and LTER Technology Coordination. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Network Office Administration & Service Presentations

Presentations about LNO Administration and Service by Pamela Griego-Madrid, Office Manger, and Marjorie McConnell, Senior Program Analyst. Includes: CREST – Center for Research in Ecological Science & Technology; Surveys – All Scientist Meeting 2003 and LTER Sites 2003 & 2005; Meeting Organization; and Transition to CERIA (Center for Environmental Research, Informatics, and Art). October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Presentations by LNO Lead PI, Bob Waide

Presentations by Robert B. Waide, LNO LPI. Includes: Welcome Mid-term Review Team and NSF; An Overview of the Mission and Operations of the LTER Network Office; A Review of the Accomplishments of the LTER Network Office; and An Overview of Priority Activities for the LNO 2006-2009. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Ecoinformatics Training, and Software Usability Testing Lab

Description of LNO training and usability lab history, functions, and technical capabilities. By Greg Shore, LNO System Administrator. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Network Development, Community Outreach, and Training

Presentation describing network development issues by William Michener. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
2005 LNO Site Review – Public Information & Outreach (PIO) Overview

Presentation on Public Information and Outreach efforts coordinated by LNO. By McOwiti O. Thomas, Public Information Officer. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Request Tracker (RT) System at the Network Office

Presentation on the Request Tracker ticket system by Subhek Garg, Project Assistant, System & Network Administration. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Metadata Support

Description of metadata support by LNO from Senior Applications Support Analyst Inigo San Gil. October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Supporting, Facilitating, and Enhancing Synthesis

Presentation on Synthesis process by LNO LPI Bob Waide October 10-11, 2005.

November 1, 2005
Fall 2005 LNO Site Review – Network Information System

Presentation by the Network Information System development team. Mark Servilla, Lead Scientist and Duane Costa, Programmer Analyst. October 10-11, 2005

November 1, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Ducklow

Introduction by Hugh Ducklow, Long-term Marine Research and the Grand Challenges in Ecology.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Gholz

Henry Gholz, Phillip Taylor, Polly Penhale, and Tom Baerwald. Long Term Ecological Research.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Hopkinson

Chuck Hopkinson. LTER – The Next Decade.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – McGlathery

Karen McGlathery. LTER Contributions to Understanding the Coastal Eutrophication Problem.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Ohman

Mark D. Ohman. Marine ecosystem responses to climate change.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Stammerjohn

Sharon Stammerjohn. Regional Rapid Warming & Changes in the Physical Environment: Palmer LTER.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Whitmer

Ali Whitmer. A Role for LTER in Marine Science Education.

March 7, 2005
March 2005 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Wollheim

Wilfred Wollheim. Hydrological and biogeochemical impacts of land use change in a suburbanizing watershed.

March 7, 2005
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Johnson

Applying knowledge of biological legacies to forest management

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Robertson

Managing for Ecosystem Services in Intensive Agriculture: A New Kind of Productive

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Siegel

Santa Barbara Coastal LTER & California’s Marine Protected Areas

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Sklar

Water Management in Florida’s Everglades

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Williams

Niwot Ridge LTER

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Antolin

Wildlife and Zoonotic Disease at the Urban Rural Interface

March 3, 2004
February 2004 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Harmon

The Application of LTER Science to Ecosystem Management

March 3, 2004
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Grimm

Urban Crossroads: Integration of Earth, Life, and Social Sciences in the City

March 11, 2003
February 2003 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Stefanov

Geological Remote Sensing in the LTER Network: Terra Cognita?

March 11, 2003
February 2003 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Jones

Long-term Ecological Research: Eco-hydrology at Andrews Forest LTER site

March 11, 2003
February 2003 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Brokaw

Past Land Use Affects Present Ecology at LTER Sites

March 11, 2003