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"In the long run we are all dead: economics, history and long-term ecological change" - Ed Barbier
2006 LTER ASM Plenary #3 Presentation entitled, " "In the long run we are all dead: economics, history and long-term ecological change" - Ed Barbier
November 15, 2013
Generality in ecosystem responses to global change: the power of intercontinental comparisons and network approaches
Melinda Smith (KNZ): 5/16/2013
August 13, 2013
LTER Executive Board minutes of December 2014
Notes from December 2014 LTER Executive Board meeting
January 15, 2015
"Agricultural sustainability and nitrous oxide markets", Phil Robertson
"Agricultural sustainability and nitrous oxide markets" by Phil Robertson (Michigan State University, Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Building knowledge-action systems for urban sustainability: interdisciplinarity and reflexivity in San Juan ULTRA-Ex", Tischa Muñoz-Erickson
"Building knowledge-action systems for urban sustainability: interdisciplinarity and reflexivity in San Juan ULTRA-Ex" by Tischa Muñoz-Erickson (Arizona State University, Luquillo LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Innovations and lessons learned in distributed graduate education on sustainability science", Jeannine Cavender-Bares
"Innovations and lessons learned in distributed graduate education on sustainability science" by Jeannine Cavender-Bares (University of Minnesota, Cedar Creek LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Local knowledge for the study of sustainability and resilience in indigenous villages of northern Alaska", Gary Kofinas
"Local knowledge for the study of sustainability and resilience in indigenous villages of northern Alaska" by Gary Kofinas (University of Alaska, Bonanza Creek LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Managing for resilience in benthic marine environments", Russ Schmitt
"Managing for resilience in benthic marine environments" by Russ Schmitt (University of California at Santa Barbara, Moorea Coral Reef LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Urban water sustainability", Claire Welty
"Urban water sustainability" by Claire Welty (University of Maryland - Baltimore County, Baltimore Ecosystem Study LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
"Using the landscape to mitigate vulnerability and enhance resilience", Billie Turner II
"Using the landscape to mitigate vulnerability and enhance resilience" by Billie Turner II (Arizona State University; Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER) See the related video (requires Microsoft Silverlight)
March 05, 2012
$17,000 Ecosystem response to changing ice, snow and permafrost in a warming climate March 30-April 2, 2009
$17,000 Ecosystem response to changing ice, snow and permafrost in a warming climate March 30-April 2, 2009
March 24, 2009
$17,475 Long term hydrologic change: Disturbance legacies in material fluxes. February 8-12 2009
$17,475 Long term hydrologic change: Disturbance legacies in material fluxes. February 8-12 2009
March 24, 2009
$17805 Socioecological dynamics of residential landscapes February 17-20, 2009
$17805 Socioecological dynamics of residential landscapes February 17-20, 2009
March 24, 2009
$18,600 Collaborative development of a project database November 18-19, 2008
$18,600 Collaborative development of a project database November 18-19, 2008
March 24, 2009
$24,500 Workshop to promote synthesis products from EcoTrends project A Lugo, Chapin, Peters Disturbance characteristics and responses April 8-9, 2009
$24,500 Workshop to promote synthesis products from EcoTrends project A Lugo, Chapin, Peters Disturbance characteristics and responses April 8-9, 2009
March 24, 2009
$30,000 Future scenarios of land change March 31-April 4, 2009
$30,000 Future scenarios of land change March 31-April 4, 2009
March 24, 2009
$40,000 Design challenges and solutions for establishing a network of Socio-ecological research sites December 16-18, 2008
$40,000 Design challenges and solutions for establishing a network of Socio-ecological research sites December 16-18, 2008
March 24, 2009
1. Long-Term Ecological Research
Long-Term Ecological Research, Author: James T. Callahan Source: BioScience, Vol. 34, No. 6 (Jun., 1984), pp. 363-367 Published by: University of California Press on behalf of the American Institute of Biological Sciences Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1309727
August 22, 2012
10. Proceedings of the 1990 LTER Data Management Workshop
Held in Snowbird, Utah July 26-28, 1990. The LTER Program is unique in that it represents a network. An explicit goal of the LTER program is to study ecological processes that require measurement over long periods of time (years to decades to centuries). The LTER Data Managers recognized these two aspects of the LTER program and devoted their 1990 LTER Data Managers Workshop to the discussion and resolution of several associated problems and challenges in meeting these objectives.
July 28, 1990
11. Long-Term Ecological Research in the United States: A Network of Research Sites
Long-Term Ecological Research in the United States: A Network of Research Sites (6th edition, revised). 1991.
January 04, 2013
12. Technology Development in the LTER Network
This report was prepared in response to a request from the National Science Foundation to analyze the status of the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network technical supplements and to assess future technical needs. It provides a history of technical supplements in 1989 and 1990, and a snapshot view of several important technologies across the Network as of September 1990. Since that time, use of Ingres as a relational database management system has become more widespread across the Network.
March 31, 1991
13. Proceedings of the 1991 Data Management Workshop
LTER Data Management Meeting San Antonio, TX; 1-3 August 1991. The meeting was devoted to assessing LTER Data Management (DM) activities since the 1990 Workshop and forming five working groups to address specific topics.
August 03, 1991
14. Guidelines and Sample Protocol for Sampling Forest Gaps
Abstract Runkle, James R. 1992. Guidelines and sample protocol for sampling forest gaps. Gen.Tech.Rep.PNW-GTR-283. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 44 p. Comparative studies of forest structure and dynamics require standardized methods. A protocol for sampling forest canopy gaps is presented. Methods used in published gap studies are reviewed. The sample protocol will be useful in developing a broader understanding of forest structure and dynamics through comparative studies across different forest ecosystems.
May 29, 1992
15. Stream Research in the LTER Network
Stream Research in the LTER Network1993. PDF and Hard-copy. This report describes stream research (physical, chemical and biological characteristics) as was conducted at 12 sites in the LTER Network in 1993. While the conceptual framework guiding research differs widely across sites, common themes are considered, including geomorphologic and riparian controls of ecosystem function and response to and recovery from disturbance.
August 26, 2008
17. International Networking in Long-Term Ecological Research: Proc
LTER Network Office Publication #17: International Networking in Long-Term Ecological Research: Proceedings of an International Summit This book, published in 1994, represents the nascent effort to solidify an International LTER network. Hosted by the NSF and the LTER Network Office, representatives from 16 countries presented their long-term research and their interests in forming an International LTER Network
December 03, 1994