NSF publishes Discovery booklet

The National Science Foundation (NSF) publication has published a booklet of ten collected LTER Discovery articles written by Cheryl Dybas in NSF’s Office of Legislative and Public Affairs. The booklet is now available for download in PDF form on the LTER Network website (http://intranet2.lternet.edu/sites/intranet2.lternet.edu/files/documents/Network%20Publications/Brochures/Discoveries%20in%20Long-Term%20Ecological%20Research.pdf).

LTER annual report published and available for download

The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network is pleased to announce the publication of the 2012 LTER Annual Report. This inaugural report highlights important LTER accomplishments during 2012, summaries of the talks presented during the 2012 LTER mini-Symposium at the National Science Foundation (which can also be viewed online at http://bit.ly/12dZ4Le), and selected key findings… Read more »

U.S. and French long-term ecological research networks agree to share knowledge and skills

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***Correction*** In our press release of February 28, 2013 entitled “U.S. and French long-term ecological research networks agree to share knowledge and skills,” we reported that the signing ceremony for the Memorandum of Understanding at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., was attended by François Delattre, the French Ambassador. We would like to point out… Read more »

2013 LTER mini-symposium to be webcast

The 2013 LTER mini-symposium themed on "The Globalization of Long Term Ecological Research" at the National Science Foundation in Washington, DC., on Thursday, February 28, will be broadcasted live on the web beginning 8:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. The live webcast, a joint effort between the LTER Network Office and NSF can be viewed at… Read more »

The 2013 LTER mini-Symposium to highlight international collaboration

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NSF Forum: The Globalization of Long Term Ecological Research Scientists conduct long-term studies of Earth’s ecosystems through international collaborations Fire moves through grasslands at NSF’s Konza Prairie LTER Site in Kansas February 11, 2013 Deserts and forests, grasslands, lakes and rivers. Over the past 33 years, long-term ecological research has been conducted at a network… Read more »

KBS researchers see marginal lands as prime fuel source for alternative energy

Biofuel experts identify a way to meet 25 percent of Congress’ 2022 cellulosic energy production goals Marginal lands unsuited for food crops can serve as prime real estate for meeting the nation’s alternative energy production goals. In the current issue of the journal Nature, a team of researchers working at the MSU’s Kellogg Biological Station… Read more »

Harvard Forest carbon research featured on NSF “Science Nation”

The National Science Foundation’s online video magazine, “Science Nation,” has released a short video featuring long term research by scientists at the Harvard Forest (HFR) Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program to determine how the forest responds to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The short video and the accompanying short article can be viewed at… Read more »

Will Winter Ever Come?

From the Sevilleta (SEV) LTER: http://sev.lternet.edu/content/november-2012-will-winter-ever-come

Long-term research reveals how climate change is playing out in real ecosystems

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Lori Quillen (quillenl@caryinstitute.org), (845) 677-7600 x121 DECEMBER 1, 2012 NORTH WOODSTOCK, N.H.—Around the world, the effects of global climate change are increasingly evident and difficult to ignore. However, evaluations of the local effects of climate change are often confounded by natural and human induced factors that overshadow the effects of… Read more »

Network News Fall Issue Published

Check out the new Network News issue, featuring numerous articles about the 2012 All Scientists Meeting, as well as other topics of interest: http://news.lternet.edu/fall-2012