The attached NSF review report of LTER NCO activities covers the period October 2015-December 2017 (first 2 years of LNCO operations).
The attached report on LNCO activities was submitted to NSF in preparation for the 2018 mid-term review covering the period October 2015-December 2017 (first two years of LNCO operations).
Presentation accompanying the NCO report to the LTER science Council on 2016-2017 activities.
This updated LTER Network brochure was first used at the 2017 NSF Symposium. PLease use at the sites as you see fit. It prints best on glossy, legal size paper. For high-quality print version, please contact the LTER Network Communications Office.
LTER Network poster presented at the NSF symposium, March 21, 2017
January 18, 2017 Synthesis The review committee recommended two Synthesis Working Group proposals for funding in the current round. Congratulations to Forest Isbell, Jane M. Cowles, and Laura Dee who will lead Scaling-up productivity responses to changes in biodiversity and Lauren Hallett, Daniel Reuman, Katharine Suding for Synthesizing Population and community synchrony to understand drivers of… Read more »
November 2, 2016 Synthesis The LTER-NCO received nineteen proposals for Synthesis Working Groups in the October call for proposals. The review committee meets in late November and selections will be announced in December. Meanwhile, the Metacommunities Working Group got started with a bang, hosting a very successful workshop at ESA and their first meeting at… Read more »
Slides from an overview presentation by Matthew B. Jones about the LTER Network Communications Office, DataONE, and the Environmental Data Initiative, presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) at the Sitka Sound Science Center.
Summer 2016 Dear PIs and Site Managers, It was great to see so many of you in Santa Barbara for the LTER Science Council meeting. I hope you enjoyed our lovely city and began to get a sense of where the office is heading. I certainly got a much better feeling for the interests and energy of our wide-ranging… Read more »