This 30 year retrospective highlights how data management at the LTER has grown, pulling funny and interesting anecdotes for us to enjoy.
Fish clear space for corals to grow in small scale experiments. But does fish grazing cause reefs to recover faster? A new study says no.
When the sun bakes me in the heat, when I find a tick crawling on my skin, when water has soaked the socks through my boots, when the tree branches whip my face, when equipment breaks, when I am staying up late labeling plastic bags, when I am waking up pre-dawn to take measurements, when I am feeling completely overwhelmed – I remind myself of my favorite things.
Two separate hurricanes tore through LTER sites this past month—but the Luquillo LTER and Florida Coastal Everglades LTER are mostly intact.
Luke Lamb-Wotton maps sawgrass vulnerability to saltwater intrusion and peat collapse at the FCE LTER site.
A new webinar series from the Belonging in Field Education project at Oregon State University launches November 2, 2022.
See the winners of the 2022 LTER Photo Contest!
The LTER DEIJ committee would like to invite anyone from across the LTER Network who has a shared interest to join our Working Groups.
New cross-site working group explores untapped evolutionary research potential at LTER sites.