Document Post Date
February 2003 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Pontius

Socio-economic drivers of land-use change at several sites in the Plum Island Estuary LTER region

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

Science in the Eye of the Storm- LTER and the Florida Everglades Restoration Project

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

Land-use Legacies and the Future of Southern Appalachia

March 11, 2003
February 2003 LTER-NSF ‘Mini symposium’ – Bennett

A Phosphorus Budget for the Lake Mendota Watershed

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

Networked Climate Research

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

Is agricultural liming a CO2 source or sink? Integrating research on agronomy, watershed acidification, and N cycling at the KBS LTER

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

Integration of Geosciences and Social Science within the LTER Program: Progress and Prospects

March 11, 2003
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini symposium’ – Shaver

This presentation introduces the LTER Network and it’s position in the ecological and earth science research community

February 26, 2002
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini symposium’ – Yates

This presentation introduces concepts associated with viral ecology research based at the Sevilleta LTER site

February 26, 2002
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini symposium’ – Gross

This powerpoint presentation identifies key productivity research and synthesis activities in the LTER Network

February 26, 2002
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini symposium’ – Gholz

This powerpoint presentation identifies the positon of the LTER Network in the National Science Foundation

February 26, 2002
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Gosz

This presentation gives a broad overview of the LTER Network

February 26, 2002
February 2002 LTER-NSF ‘Mini Symposium’ – Smith

Understanding invasibility: Contributions to the war on exotic species

February 26, 2002
Groundwater-Dominated Systems 2002

Groundwater-Dominated Systems – LTER CC Meeting 2002 Author Katherine Webster University of Maine Co-Authors: Tim Kratz NTL-LTER Randy Hunt Dave Krabbenhoft John Walker USGS Kevin Devito University of Alberta

February 4, 2002
Instrumenting the Environment — In Situ Sensors

This presentation reviews some recent in situ sensor and instrument developments. Sensors for aquatic and terrestrial environments are included, along with their manufactures. These new technologies may influence of how we choose to instrument the environment. Gregory Bonito

November 13, 2001
LTER 2010 – Establishing Priorities for the LTER Network for the Next Decade

The purpose of this white paper is to refresh and to update the overall aims and mission of the LTER network so as to place its diverse current activities in a clear and consistent context and to develop clear priorities for the future.

September 5, 2001
K-12 Education Partnership: Students and Teachers Experiencing LTER

This presentation briefly describes SLTER activities at CWT, CAP, PAL, BNZ, and SEV

August 30, 2001
The LTER Program: Issues and Strategies at the Network Level

A collection of slides intended to guide the LTER 20-year Review Committee.

August 29, 2001
Measuring the Success of the LTER Network

This presentation introduces challenges facing ecological sciences in the 21st century, and proposes methods used by the LTER Network to meet those challenges.

April 6, 2001
Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Analysis: Enriching the LTER Perspective

This presentation describes the need and the place for integrating social science research in the LTER Network.

April 3, 2001
The LTER Network: Vision for the Future

This presentation outlines a collective vision of the future of the LTER Network.

April 2, 2001
An Introduction to Information Management in the LTER Network

This presentation describes the vision, the mission, the policies, the challenges, the trends, and even the ‘sociology’ of Information Management in the LTER Network

April 2, 2001
The Long Term Ecological Research Network — An Introduction to General Concepts

Editors: J. Brunt, J. Gosz, P. Sprott, R. Waide (LTER Network Office) Last Modified: 3/11/99

March 11, 1999
An Introduction to the LTER Sites and their Science

Editor: McOwiti Thomas, LTER Network Office

January 19, 1999