This working group will support the next stage of development for a LTER network-based system called Veg-DB that would provide improved access to vegetation data. LTER sites have become significant reservoirs of long-term data on changes in vegetation populations, structure, composition, and productivity. This information is essential to detect long-term trends, test hypotheses, and to evaluate simulation models; yet is extremely difficult to process on a site by site basis.
Launching the LTER Community Forum
Each spring, the Niwot Ridge snow survey ushers in a new season of fieldwork
Unlocking the Power of Public Engagement: An Innovative Approach to Enhancing Public Engagement with Science through the LTER Network
Introducing the LTER Visual Media Webinar Series
Diane McKnight Reflects on the LTER
Partnerships make the Kellogg Biological Station go 'round
Love writing about science? Now accepting applications for our 2023 LTER Graduate Writing Fellows program!
HBR's Young Voices of Science program now accepting applications for 2023
The memory of an oyster shell
LTER at ESA, 2023