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  • Bibliography - upload and edit site bibliographic entries.
  • Climate/Hydrology - update site metadata and harvest information.
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Key Dates for 2018

Key dates

  • April 19, 2018 - NSF-LTER Symposium
  • May 15-18, 2018: Executive Board and Science Council Meeting in Madison, WI
  • September 30-October 4, 2018: LTER All-Scientists Meeting, Asilomar, CA

Bylaws of the LTER Network, revised 2017-05-18

At the May Science Council meeting in 2017, the LTER Network bylaws were revised to reflect the establishment of the Network Communications Office and the Environmental Data Initiative. The Executive Director of the Network Communications Office was made a voting member of the Executive Board, but not of the Science Council. The Executive Director of the Environmental Data Initiative was made an ex officio member of the LTER Executive Board to improve coordination between the Network and the EDI.

Science Council 2017

Agenda for 2017 Science Council Meeting at Hubbard Brook.

Congratulations to 2016 (round 1) synthesis working groups

In January, as part of its mission to enhance collaboration across the LTER network, the NCO called for Synthesis Working Group proposals. The request elicited 24 highly competitive proposals that together harnessed data from all 24 LTER sites. Selection was based on scientific merit, contribution to LTER Network science, and use of novel approaches.

We would like to congratulate the three proposals funded at this time:

2016 Science Council -- Site Presentations

The 2016 LTER science council was held May 16-19, 2016 at the LTER Network Communications Office in Santa Barbara. To kick off the meeting, each site presented three slides on their current research related to populations. Those presentations are available at the links below: