LTER DataBits Spring 1994

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Spring 1994

LTER DataBits Summer 1993

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Summer 1993

LTER DataBits Fall 1992

This issue has a good balance of technical and non-technical features. There are reports on the use of interactive data access and data management policies within the LTER network. There are also plenty of hints on how to better use the computers at your site, including software reviews and technical hints. Finally, there are articles on conducting GPS campaigns and some solutions to common problems in scientific information management. There have also been some superficial format changes to DATABITS. Its now created using Framemaker software on a Sun Workstation.

LTER DataBits Summer 1991

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Summer 1991

LTER DataBits Spring 1991

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Spring 1991

LTER DataBits Fall 1990

LTER Databits – Information Management Newsletter of the LTER Network – Fall 1990 Archival storage at LTER sites, using PC-NFS and a review of two optical disks. Reports on the LTER Data Managers Meeting(s) and the ESA Long-Term Ecological Research Section, news from the sites and two new columns: GIS corner and I learned it the hard way.

LTER DataBits Summer 1990

1990 Summer Databits newsletter from the LTER Information Managers. The agenda of the upcoming data manager’s meeting, a report on the most recent LTER Coordinating Committee meeting, reports from the sites and some hints on using Unix and MS-DOS.

LTER DataBits Fall 1989

This is the premier issue of an LTER-wide version of DATABITS. Its purpose is to disseminate information relevant to data manangement between data
managers and PI’s within the LTER network. DATABITS can only be as successful as members of the LTER community make it. If you come across a
tidbit of news, a good software package or a hardware hint that might be of some general interest, please send a paragraph or two to the editor for
inclusion in the next DATABITS.