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18. El Nino & Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites
Greenland, David. (ed). 1994. El Nino and Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites. Publication No. 18. LTER Network Office: University of New Mexico, Albuquerque USA. 57 pp. Six papers, or shorter contributions, describe studies of analysis of climatic, or proxy climatic, data at or near the following five LTER sites: Sevilleta (NM), Niwot Ridge (CO), Andrews (OR), Konza Prairie (KS), and North Temperate Lakes (WI). LTER areas and regions for the most part display El Nino signals consistent to those already found in continental scale studies.
December 02, 1994
18: El Nino and Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites
This monograph is an assembly of papers and presentations made by scientists during a workshop on El Nino and Long Term Ecological Research sites held in September 20, 1993 at the LTER All Scientists Meeting at Estes Park, Colorado. (Available in print only)
July 31, 2008
19. Meeting the Challenge of Long-term, Broad-scale Ecological Experiments by LIDET
Meeting the Challenge of Long-term, Broad-scale Ecological Experiments. 1995. Hard-copy only. This report describes an example of a 10-year, 28-site experiment to test the efect of substrate quality and macroclimate on long-term decompositiona nd nutrient dynamics. Harmon, M., and the Long-Term Intersite Decomposition Experiment Team (LIDET). 1995. Meeting the Challenge of Long-Term, Broad-Scale Ecological Experiments.
December 01, 1995
1977 Long Term Ecological Measurements Conference Report
A group of scientists representing many areas of ecology met March 16-18, 1977 to discuss fundamental issues concerning long-term ecological measurements. The report of this conference is divided into two parts: (1) a summary statement from the entire co nference; and (2) specific recommendations regarding terrestrial freshwater and marine ecosystems, prepared by different sections of the conference.
March 18, 1977
1978 Report on Pilot Project for Long-Term Observation and Study of Ecosystems in the United States
This report describes a pilot project for long-term observation and study of ecological systems in the United States. It includes a plan for the organization, development, and administration of the project, as well as a proposed system for the selection, storage, and retrieval of observational data.
February 10, 1978
1979 Report on Long-Term Ecological Research Concept and Measurement Needs
Long-term Ecological Research Concept Statement and Measurement Needs Summary of a Workshop at the Institute of Ecology, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 25-27, 1979. Prepared for: National Science Foundation Directorate for Biological, Behavioral and Social Sciences Division of Environmental Biology, Biological Research Resources Program
June 27, 1979
1983 LTER Data Management Report
Report of the first data management meeting held in 1983 at Cedar Creek. Provided by Don Henshaw at Andrews.
April 19, 2016
1984 Letter from Susan Stafford to Data Management Workshop Attendees.
Letter with workshop materials from Susan Stafford to Data Management Workshop attendees. Provided by Don Henshaw AND
April 19, 2016
May 31, 2012
1988 MSI (Minimum Standard Installation) Worksheet for Techological Capabilities at LTER Sites
The following worksheet outlines a Minimum Standard Installation (MSI) of various technological capabilities at all sites of the LTER Network. The worksheet was developed at the LTER Coordinating Committee (LTER/CC) meeting at Kellogg Biological Station, November 3-4, 1988.
November 04, 1998
1988 Report of the NSF Advisory Committee on Scientific and Technological Planning for LTER Projects (The "Shugart Report")
January 31, 1988
1988 Shugart Technology Report
May 31, 2012
1989 Data Management Workshop Report
The August 1989 LTER Data Managers' workshop focused on developing solutions and avenues of communication to solve commonly experienced problems and meet future technological challenges.
August 06, 1989
1989 Gosz Technology Report
May 31, 2012
1989 LTER Strategic Planning Exercise
This documents the Strategic Planning Exercise practiced by the LTER Network in 1989
December 01, 1989
1990 Data Management Workshop Report
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1990 LTER DATA MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP (Held in Snowbird, Utah July 26-28, 1990)
July 28, 1990
1990 LTER Guidelines for Data Management Site Policies
Each Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) site should develop its own data management policy in consultation with key investigators and higher administrative units.
October 31, 1990
1991 Data Management Workshop Report
1991 LTER Data Management Meeting San Antonio, TX; 1-3 August 1991 Prepared by William Michener (NIN) and James Brunt (SEV) 25 scientists (at least one from each LTER site) attended the annual meeting.
August 03, 1991
1991 Foster-Boose LTER Technology Report
May 31, 2012
1992 Data Management Workshop Report
Proceedings of the 1992 LTER Data Management Workshop held August 7-9 in Honolulu Hawaii
August 09, 1992
1992 LTER/NASA Remote Sensing Workshop
This report is the result of a workshop held between representatives of the Long-Term Ecological Research Network (LTER) funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), held November 11-13, 1992 at the Sevilleta LTER site in New Mexico.
November 13, 1992
1992 LTER/NASA Remote Sensing Workshop - Vande Castle and Waring
June 14, 2013
1993 12-Site Soil Survey
At the 1993 All-Scientists Meeting, Rich Boone and I offered to compile information on soil surveys and soil maps available for each LTER site. As of early December, 12 sites had responded:
December 15, 1993
1993 Data Management Workshop Report
Proceedings of the 1993 LTER Data Management Workshop held July 23-31 in Madison WI.
July 31, 1993
1993 LTER and NASA Workshop Report - LTER-NASA Initiatives - Vande Castle
June 14, 2013