A warming climate, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the harsh conditions make research at the McMurdo Dry Valleys LTER site remarkably interesting!
Ecosystems resist devastation from hurricanes by choosing either of two strategies: high resistance or high resilience.
John Porter walks through how to take full advantage of the LTERHub API, which taps into powerful directory functionality. The LTERHub can be a powerful tool for LTER sites and the network as a whole, and tapping into the API is a crucial first step—and these instructions are easy to follow!
There are a ton of repositories full of environmental data of all flavors. It can take a teacher a really long time to locate, download, explore, curate, test, and make a lesson with them from scratch. By Allison Horst and Julien Brun Today we are excited to share with the broader R community a… Read more »
Our 2021-2022 webinar series introduces the work of the six synthesis groups that are currently active. Their foci range widely and include the effects of drought at hundreds of sites globally, developing better ways of aligning genomic and ecological data, controls on river exports of silicon and more.
Applications for the 2022 cohort of LTER Graduate Student Science Writers are now open! Apply to write about current LTER science.
Explicit representation of voles improves models of the impacts of climate change on Arctic ecosystem function
A new global data synthesis of stream chemistry indicates human activities reduce streams ability to retain and transform nutrients.
The Community Building working group from the LTER Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee will be facilitating a panel discussion on community engagement with colleagues from across the network
New research from a long-term experiment at the Konza Prairie LTER shows that past climate conditions influence how ecosystems respond to current water availability.