These tiny creatures are everywhere we turn, yet rarely do we pause to acknowledge their key role in our lives. DeShea Dillard explores flies.
Purple sea urchin embryos whose mothers were exposed to heatwaves have greater tolerance to high temperatures, suggesting a pathway to resilience for this keystone species in kelp forests.
The LTER monthly community call provides an opportunity to hold seminars, discussions, and learning opportunities of relevance to the broad LTER research community.
This SSALTER blog is modified from the REU students’ weekly blog posts. Check out the fieldwork snippets they have done this summer!
today, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to some of the remarkable flora and fauna who call the Chihuahuan desert home—I hope you’ll meet their smug, elitist, shy, anxious selves in person one day.
The LTER arts and humanities working group will host a virtual get-together on November 29, 2023 (3 pm EST) for those interested in advancing arts-humanities work within their sites and across the network.
Learn to make publication quality graphics using BioRender, a free program that aims to simplify the process of making complicated science figures.
FCE LTER collaborator Randall Parkinson presents a new living shoreline site suitability tool in an hour-long webinar to the LTER.
A six-year pilot study on Santa Monica Beach shows how seeding of native flora can restore habitats for threatened species and protect against climate change-driven sea level rise.