2009 Working Groups

Title Post date
Final Report_Laws
Final Report from Invertebrate Impacts on Ecosystem Services under Climate Change: A Synthesis Using Insights from the LTER Network- PI Angela Laws. October 2009.
February 15, 2013
Landscape Vulnerability and Resilience to Climate and Land Use Change
Report on support for working group.
February 08, 2012
Challenges for the Implementation of the Decadal Plan for Long-Term Ecological Research: Land and Water Use Change
Final Report for working group.
December 15, 2011
Investigating the Social-Ecological Dynamics of Residential Landscapes: Insights from a Multi-Site Collaborative Workgroup
Final report for working group.
December 15, 2011
The Disappearing Snow and Ice Final Report
This workshop was organized and convened by MCM (Andrew Fountain) and PAL (HughDucklow). The purpose of the workshop was to examine the role of diminished snow and ice onecosystem structure and function and on ecosystem services across the diverse habitats found inthe LTER Network. The longer-term goal is to synthesize existing knowledge and mineavailable data through follow up working groups (we will propose a session for the ASM). Thetrends, rates and some causes of loss of the three principal cryosphere elements (snow, ice and
August 19, 2011
Collaborative Development of a Project Database for LTER Sites
Report to the Executive Board April 30 2009 on Collaborative Development of a Project Database for LTER Sites.
September 16, 2010
Long term hydrologic change - disturbance legacies in material fluxes
Report from a workshop to look at Long term hydrologic change: Disturbance legacies in material fluxes.
September 16, 2010
Future Scenarios of Landscape Change
Report of working group for Future Scenarios of Landscape Change held March 31-April 4 2009.
September 16, 2010