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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…

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…

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…

News from the NCO: 2018 Spring

April 9, 2018 News from the NCO is a forum for sharing news and activities from the Network Communications Office and from across the LTER Network. This is our water…

LTER Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Data

The LTER Network uses Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System technologies extensively in its research activities. This page provides information and links to this activity at the LTER sites and…

Keynote Speakers at All Scientists Meeting 2018

The lineup of ASM 2018 keynote speakers and panelists featured six outstanding synthesis science leaders representing institutions and collaborations at the forefront of innovative ecological data synthesis and modeling….

Symposium: Discovering the Nature of Ecosystem Change

Synopsis Even as sea-level rise, drought, and fire increase pressures on some ecological systems, others are benefitting from protection and restoration efforts. But some changes are not reversible. Long-term…